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Ryde 10 2019

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Sunday 3nd February saw 483 finishers take part in our annual Ryde 10 Mile Road Race. The biggest field ever recorded for the event with a huge 50 Ryde Harriers taking part themselves. The undulating course started from Ryde canoe lake at 11am and took in the beautiful scenery of Ryde, Nettlestone, St Helen’s, The […]

Stubbington 10k 2019

Stubbington 10k

Sunday 13th January saw 23 Ryde Harriers join over 1,700 other runners to take part in the first HRRL event of 2019. The Stubbington 10k is billed as a flat PB course but many of us use it as a bit of an ar*e-kick into the marathon training season and as our post-Christmas blow-out redemption! […]

Abominable Snowman Tough 10 2018

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The week between Christmas and New Year when we all identified with Bill Murray in Groundhog Day, when we attempted to justify eating a month’s worth of food in a few days, when ‘one’ Quality Street ends up being ‘one tin’ and when it was perfectly acceptable to alternate a mouthful of something unrecognisable wrapped […]

Victory 5, Christmas Trees, XC & Fells!

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December 2018 arrived in style with an inflatable reindeer called Brian and a fair bit of rain for the Harriers last weekend (1st, 2nd) as we were spread far and wide across the country. Saturday saw club cross country runners Nat Rose and Ken Beak compete in the HXCL Popham Airfield Race, while Sunday brought […]

Gosport Half Marathon 2018

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Gosport Half Marathon – 18/11/2018 Alarms went off at ‘You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me’ o’clock (or 05:45) on Sunday 18th November when dedicated members of our beloved running club dragged themselves out of bed to travel across the water for the 13.1 miles of the notoriously cold and breezy Gosport Half Marathon.       […]

The 62nd Isle of Wight Marathon 2018 – A collaboration of participants

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  Aaron McGrath – Wootton Bridge Runners Co-Ordinator: Wootton Bridge Runners, known locally as WBR, had a run away success at the 62nd Isle of Wight Marathon. An early morning with heavy rain and the knowledge that the medals (bling) wouldn’t be available at the finish line, didn’t dampen the spirits of the 7 eager […]