Following on from the previous blog, (so you’ll probably have to (re)read it to get a glimmer of what I’m writing about) I thought I might enlarge on the more obscure and arcane origins of one of the club’s oldest established traditions, possibly the most mythological subject of them all. Tuesday evening’s ‘Gordon’s Steady Six’ [...]
Track sessions are a fantastic way of introducing variety into your weekly schedule. There is no other environment that is better suited to the high-intensity interval workouts that are an essential part of every runner's training. Track training is undeniably one of the most effective ways to improve your running performance.
As a new runner, it can often be hard to motivate yourself to stick with it, especially if you have missed a few sessions or you feel like you’re not making enough progress. Here are a few tips that might help…
This weekend was the event a few select Harriers have been spending all winter working towards – the ever popular Virgin London Marathon, which took place on Sunday 23rd April. Five Harriers completed the race this year. Another Harrier took on his own marathon challenge at Blackpool...
Fantastic to see so many blue and whites out at the first race of the Yorkshire Vets Grand Prix. The course is just less than 6 miles (approx. 9.75K) and climbs gradually to the same high point as previous years (290 m in total).
Huge congratulations to one of our ABG runners - Charlie Beard who finished the Virgin London Marathon in 6 hours 36 mins. Charlie only started running with the ABG a few months ago and has shown great courage on her journey to the start line. We are all so proud of her! Here is her inspirational marathon story......
Covering results from races held between 11th and 18th April 2017 - including Bunny Run 2 & 3, Guiseley Gallop and Ackworth Half Marathon.
A round up of the weekend's results including the Sheffield Half Marathon and the Vale of York 10 Mile.
Covering race results from the first weekend in April including Temple Newsam 20 mile, Wakefield Hospice 10K, Baildon Boundary Way, Manchester Marathon and Blubberhouses 25.
Two rather large things happened in the past week or so. First of all, I attended the birthday party – one of ‘significance!’ - of our own Gordon Little, chairman and co-founder of Horsforth Harriers. The club actually was based for a very short time in Gordon’s front room, so it has come a long [...]