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SUNDAY 27TH OCTOBER 2019

 

TROWSE 10K

The Trowse 10k is now in its 16th year and hosted by Conac (City of Norwich Athletics Club) and sponsored by On Running and Sportlink. The race is based at the Norfolk Snowsports Club in Whitlingham Lane, Trowse and is a two lap route along quiet roads through the heart of Trowse and close to Whitlingham Hall with beautiful scenery including a challenging hill that you run up - twice! It was a chilly but lovely sunny morning for todayโ€™s race - well done everyone ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!

Harry Neale (43:06)
George Shiplee (43:32)
Anthony Sinden (46:31)
Lindsay Black (46:36)
Simon Skinner (49:25)
Claire Rose (53:12)
Michelle Hewitt (56:19)
Judy Potter (1:08:29)

SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2019

 

NATIONAL TRUST NIGHT RUN - BLICKLING ESTATE

A family of four Harriers travelled to Blickling Estate for a little 7k jaunt in the dark! Starting with a gentle warm up, runners all headed off into the ancient woodlands by torchlight and glow sticks ๐Ÿ”ฆ๐Ÿ”ฆ! The weather was a little damp which made the course a bit muddy and slippery ๐Ÿ˜ฌ but all survived and ended on two feet ๐Ÿ˜! Well done everyoneย ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘:

Alfred Winzor-Saile - 2nd place ๐Ÿฅˆ
Ewan Winzor-Saile - 3rd place ๐Ÿฅ‰
Lottie Winzor-Saile
Monica Winzor-Saile

SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2019

 

CHELMSFORD MARATHON

The popular Chelmsford Marathon is organised by Havens Hospices in a bid to โ€˜Make Every Day Countโ€™ for young adults with life-limiting conditions and their families across Essex and to raise money for The Jโ€™s Hospice.ย The 26.2 course takes place on road and tarmac paths, starting and finishing in Central Park, following a rural route that heads out through the city and then undulates through the nearby countryside and pretty villages of north Essex.ย David, along with his brother Ronnie, headed to Chelmsford for the weekend, starting with the Chelmsford Parkrun on Saturday and ran a great race today - well done David ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘:

David Hogg (4:31:28)

SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2019

 

NORFOLK GAZELLES CHAMPIONSHIP RELAYS

Organised by the Norfolk Gazelles running club was the brand new event for 2019, the โ€˜Championship Relayโ€™ with teams of 4 people, each running a 5k leg. The race follows a route out of Easton College (home of the popular Valentines 10K), looping round Hall Road, Marlingford Road, Bawburgh Road and back to the college campus. With the top prize of a trophy and ยฃ400 it was all to play for with 75ย teams competing ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ’ฐ! Some brilliant times today and hopefully weโ€™ll see even more Harrier teams entered next year on what was a very well organised event - it was nice to run a 5k race and being a relay race we got to watch everybody else start and finish - the fight for the finish was tense as Andy and Mike were both out on the course but it was Andy that just clinched it!
๐Ÿ˜‡ Charlieโ€™s Angels finished in (1:25:37) and gained 2nd place and a trophy in the Mixed Masters category ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ‘!
Ewan Winzor-Saile (18:53)
Claire Rose (25:46)
Jonathan Puxley (22:08)
Andy Buck (18:46)
๐Ÿ›ก Mikeโ€™s Knights finished in (1:26:24)
Mark Hurren (19:28)
Sam Bullen (21:26)
Anthony Sinden (22:37)
Mike White (22:52)
๐Ÿฆต Quad Squad finished in (1:45:51)
Michelle Hewitt (26:31)
Annette Copeman-Lamoureux (30:55)
Simon Skinner (23:30)
Kevin Copeman-Lamoureux (24:49)

SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2019

 

IPSWICH JUNIOR XC RELAYS

Hosted by Ipswich Jaffa running club and taking place at Bourne Park in Ipswich was the Junior XC Relay, now in its fourth year. There are four age groups U11, U13, U15 and U17 and we had athletes competing in three of those categories. The U11 and U13 course is a 2k route while the U15 and U17 run a 3k route. Some amazing results and fantastic photos - well done Harriers, superb little runners and stars of future ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!
U11 Girls: 3rd Place ๐Ÿฅ‰
BBH Lions - Tamiya Thurston, Ella Goodswen, Charlotte Winzor-Saile
U11 Boys: 1st Place ๐Ÿฅ‡
BBH Tigers - Alfred Winzor-Saile, Haydn McDonald, William Last
U13 Girls: 2nd Place ๐Ÿฅˆ
BBH Puma - Isabelle Last, Rebecca Sinden, Kyla Butcher
U13 Mixed: 2nd Place ๐Ÿฅˆ
BBH Jaguars - Nathan Clark, Cadence Calver-Brown, Darcey McDonough
U15 Mixed: 2nd Place ๐Ÿฅˆ
BBH Leopards - Malachi Fabian, Kaitlin Sinden, Kiah Butcher
Junior Race: Tayla Goodswen

SATURDAY 19TH OCTOBER 2019

 

DUNWICH TRAIL HALF MARATHON

Natural England, the RSPB and the National Trust are just some of the many keyholders managing the beautiful landscape around Dunwich which we privileged to be able to run in this peaceful and serene landscape. The Suffolk 10K, half, marathon and ultra courses are flat and quick and likely to become a series favourite ๐ŸŒฒ๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿฆ…๐Ÿ. Without his four legged friend Luna to run with, Simon ran a fantastic solo race, well done Simon ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘:

Simon Fitch (2:14:24)

SATURDAY 19TH OCTOBER 2019

 

INFLATABLE 5K OBSTACLE RUN

Held at the Royal Norfolk Showground is the fun and inflatable 5K run! With obstacles named The Boss, Temple of Doom, Swing Shot, The Vortex, The Web, Start Mountain, The Holes, The Mangle, Bush Bash, Crash!, The Crawler, Holy Moly, The Growler, The Gauntlet and Bang! there is 28 gigantic obstacles in total meaning plenty of fun to be had for adults and children alike! With a warm up start with everyone together, runners then set out on the course - perfect weather for such a great family friendly obstacle race ๐Ÿ˜Žโ˜€๏ธ!
Laura Mulley, Reece & Harvey
Nicola Armstrong & Alex
Karen Napier, Tamiya, Kyla & Kiah

FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2019

 

THETFORD 10K NIGHT TRAIL

Starting at High Lodge, this race gives runners a unique experience to run under torchlight through the stunning Thetford forest ๐ŸŒฒ. The route passes various trails through the forest on grass, trail and path. 384 runners lit up the night with their headtorches and luminous yellow and orange tops ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿงก in a great fun event and were rewarded with a special glow in the dark medal ๐Ÿ… - we all love a medal and this one looks fantastic, well done guys ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!
Cheryl Moore (1:10:50)
Stuart Pattinson (1:10:50)

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2019

 

EAST COAST 10K

A hoard of 31 Harriers gathered amongst 898 runners along Great Yarmouth seafront for the annual 10K event, hosted by the brilliant Great Yarmouth Road Runners and their fabulous marshals! This was the final race of the 2019 Sportlink Grand Prix Series and with a slightly different course this year due to building work along the seafront, this meant that it was the first time that the race finished on the Wellesley Road Athletics Track. The start was a little manic and congested but once runners started to spread out we could settle into a decent pace - with Andy finishing in 30th position, out of 898 runners thatโ€™s some achievement, well done Andy ๐Ÿ‘! It was a long 2 lap route with a head wind along the sea front wall, and the added bonus of a group of singers at the turning point, singing songs such as โ€˜Iโ€™m Still Standingโ€™ (just!), โ€˜Keep On Runningโ€™ and โ€˜Chariots Of Fireโ€™ ๐ŸŽค, towards the finish we had the added out and back section and then jumped onto the lovely springy athletics track for the final push, giving runners that perfect sprint finish ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธโšก๏ธโšก๏ธ- excellent work everyone, some excellent times, first 10K races, first races, brilliant PBโ€™s and a great turnout, well done everyone ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!!

Andy Buck (39:01)
Ewan Winzor-Saile (40:24)
Mark Hurren (43:03)
Jonathan Puxley (46:10)
Phil Vass (46:26)
Stu Andrews (52:38)
Ian Gardner (53:33)
Lisa Stewart (54:45)
Simon Skinner (55:24)
Michelle Hewitt (55:27)
Frances Howlett (55:32)
Claire Rose (55:32)
Emma Keal (56:35)
Natalie Macpherson Brown (59:39)
Jo Andrews (59:45)
Abi Barnes (1:00:12)
Dudley Buck (1:03:39)
Annette Copeman-Lamoureux (1:04:46)
Kevin Copeman-Lamoureux (1:04:46)
Gavin Howlett (1:05:56)
Kimberley Bridge (1:06:21)
Judy Potter (1:07:24)
Emily Curtis (1:09:41)
Lou Peck (1:10:56)
Katie Clarke (1:11:41)
Helen Nichols -Buck (1:11:42)
Meryn Payne (1:11:43)
Sarah Smith (1:11:45)
Hannah Richardson (1:13:55)
Tina Lathrope (1:16:35)
Karen Canham (1:16:37)

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2019

 

ROYAL PARKS HALF MARATHON

First held in 2008 by the Royal Parks Foundation, this race starts and finishes in Hyde Park and is the only half marathon that travels through central London, takes in some of the capitalโ€™s world-famous landmarks on closed roads and four of Londonโ€™s eight Royal Parks - Hyde Park, The Green Park, St Jamesโ€™s Park and Kensington Gardens. Great run Sarah, well done!

Sarah Shiplee (2:51:13)

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2019

 

SOUTH YORKSHIRE XC LEAGUE

Sponsored by Up and Running, this was the first of four cross country races of the league. Held at the Norfolk Heritage Park in Sheffield, Lauren ran a brilliant race, all practice for the Suffolk Winter League races!

Lauren Howe (23:23) 3.4 miles

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2019

 

CHICAGO MARATHON

Running the Bank of America Chicago Marathon is the pinnacle of achievement for elite athletes and everyday runners alike. On race day, runners from all 50 states and more than 100 countries will set out to accomplish a personal dream by reaching the finish line in Grant Park. One of those runners from those 100 countries was our own Danny Smith who headed over the pond to take park in this epic event, excellent run Danny, well done ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!

Danny Smith (3:46:23)

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2019

 

SAXONS 5 MILE RACE

Hosted by Saxmundham Running and Fitness Club (The Saxons), a small, friendly running club, this race is open to all runners aged 15 years and over and is a multi terrain race on field, footpaths and road. Maggie is the queen of the 5 Mile Races, another great run Maggie, well done ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!

Maggie Flatt (1:01:21)

SATURDAY 12TH OCTOBER 2019

 

KINGS FOREST ULTRA MARATHON & HALF MARATHON

The Kings Forest is just 4 miles from Busy St Edmunds and provides a wonderful traffic free course on forest tracks. Ultra runners set off at 9.30am and complete 2 full laps and a third lap of 4.8 miles while the Half Marathon runners started at 10.30am and ran one lap of the off road course consisting of footpaths and tracks across Breckland and in the forest with water stations every 7 miles! Months of training have gone into this event and it certainly paid off,ย everyone ran a brilliant race, supporting eachother along every step of the way as Harriers do best, well done everyone ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘!

Half Marathon 13.1ย Miles:
Tony Cannell (1:52:50)
Laura Leggett (1:52:57)
Becca Wilson (2:27:59)
Simon Blackwell (2:27:59)
Sue Sinden (2:29:42)
Jo Andrews (2:29:43)
Stu Lawn (2:41:12)
Laura Mulley (2:45:10)
Hayley Barnes (2:45:10)
Samantha O'Hara (2:57:12)
Emma Blackwell (3:18:03)
Juliette Head (3:18:03)

Marathon 26.2 Miles:
Matt Webber (4:53:07)
Linda Nobbs (6:45:52)

Ultra Marathon 31ย Miles:
Karl Olley (5:36:44)
Steven Simnett (5:54:59)
Liam Brown (5:58:56)
Julia Pelham (7:17:23)
Sharon Cannell (7:17:23)

SUNDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2019

 

NICHOLSONS LOWESTOFT HALF MARATHON

 

 

The course is a two lap route beginning and ending at the bottom of the Lowestoft sea wall, approximately 200 yards north of Ness Point, with the turn point at the Corton Inn Pub. With water stations every 2-3 miles there was enough to keep everybody hydrated - especially as the route takes runners up Links Hill - twice ๐Ÿ˜ฑ!! Well done everyone ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘:

 

Jonathan Puxley (1:44:19)

6th Oct - Lowestoft Half Marathon

Mike White (1:52:07)

David Hogg (1:52:37)

Lisa Stewart (1:59:29)

Sammy-Jo Edwards (2:06:38)

MARRIOTT'S WAY 10K

 

Organised by Broadland District Council and now in its 11th year, the race takes starts in Aylsham and finishes at Reepham marketplace. The route follows a disused railway line, is mainly off-road and predominantly flat which makes it ideal for beginners and the more experienced runners alike.

6th Oct - Marriott's Way 10K - Dudley Buck

 

Dudley Buck (1:05:09) PB ๐ŸŽ‰

FELBRIGG 10K

 

The 7th annual Felbrigg Trail Run organised by North Norfolk Surf Life Saving Club offers three distances (2.5K, 5K, 10K) over trails circulating Felbrigg Hall and is suitable for novice and experienced runners alike from age 7 years plus. Set in the private early 17th century landscaped park of Felbrigg Hall the route is a figure of eight over multi terrain.

6th Oct - Felbrigg 10K - Alfie Winzor-Saile

 

10K:

Alfie Winzor-Saile (49:26)

Ewan Winzor-Saile (49:26)

FORESTRY 100 RUNNING SERIES - HIGH LODGE 10K

 

Celebrating 100 years of forestry with a 10k run around High Lodge. The course is through a very flat forest with even paths allowing runners to build up speed, the course making it a great run for a first 10k race, beautiful surroundings without the fear of a final hill at the last stretch!! No newcomer to 10K races, Lindsay ran a superb race, well done ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘:

6th Oct - Forestry 100 High Lodge 10K

Lindsay Black (47:29) 2nd in age category ๐ŸŽ‰

SATURDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2019

 

NELSON KNEE KNOBBLER - SEA PALLING

5th Oct - Nelson Knee Knobbler

This was the last in the 2019 Nelson Knee Knobbler events hosted by Dunerunner and itโ€™s a tough one! The race starts at the bottom on a steep slope, you then run down the other side (or as in the case of the canicross runners - get dragged down the slope by the very enthusiastic canines, rearing to go!) and onto the beach. You run along the edges of the beach which at that time is quite hard compacted sand before turning and running back along, up and down the soft, sandy dunes - running with a dog at this point is a great advantage!! This is a great event and a great challenge - well done canicross crew ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ.

 

Simon Webster-Fitch & Luna (27:48) 1st place ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ‘

Abigail Head (34:31)

Marie Webster-Fitch & Pheobe (36:10)

Juliette Head & Shadow (36:12)

Linda Nobbs & Max (41:08)

Katie Head (49:52)

Roz Maclachlan (49:52)