Covers results from Hardmoors 50, Doh'Nut Run, Thirsk 10, Epilepsy Action's Bradford 10K and Lisbon Half Marathon.
Meet the Harrier gives you a chance to get to know your fellow club mates. What are their running goals? What inspires them? Which PB are they most proud of? What's their favourite race? What is their most memorable experience as a Horsforth Harrier? Find out all this and more about... Dave Dutton.
Covers Harriers results from Haworth Hobble, Spen 20, Irwell Valley 20, Chester 10K and Liverpool Landmarks 10 Miler.
Features Harriers results from the first weekend in March covering Welcome Ultra 51K, Norton 9, Haweswater Half Marathon, Settle Half Marathon and the inaugural Brownlee Centre Festival of Running.
Meet the Harrier gives you a chance to get to know your fellow club mates. What are their running goals? What inspires them? Which PB are they most proud of? What's their favourite race? What is their most memorable experience as a Horsforth Harrier? Find out all this and more about... Ben Johnston...
The EvenSplits Leeds 5K Race Series returned on Wednesday 27th February. Staged at the Brownlee Centre Cycle Circuit in Leeds, the series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-22:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 22:30 or above. The first race in this year’s series attracted 11 Harriers.
Features results from It's Grim Up North's Slaithwaite Slog and Ilkley Moor Fell Race.
Features results from Liversedge Half Marathon, Let's Go Round Again at Holme Pierrepont, BHF's Harewood Half Marathon and Snake Lane 10.
For those new, or not so new, runners looking to dip their toes into the world of 'competitive' racing, the Yorkshire Vets Grand Prix is the ideal opportunity for a gentle introduction. It also gives you the satisfaction of representing your club and the chance to wear your Horsforth Harriers running vest with pride! Register now to take part in this year's series. Over 35s only.
Early in December 2018, I developed a running injury - a sharp pain in my pelvis. It came out of the blue with no warning. The only thing I could put it down to was that I’d overdone it in the previous few weeks and had also been under a lot of stress at the time. I did a couple of races (a PECO and the final Even Splits 5k) in the week before which I knew I shouldn’t have done so initially I blamed myself for simply overdoing it. What has unravelled is actually more significant.