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Calculation of Handicap Target Times.

Several members were asking how the Handicap calculations work, so I thought I would type up a little explanatory note. If a member has never run the Handicap previously, they will be given a target time based on their pace achieved in other club runs: After running the Handicap for the first time, the time […]

Captain’s Report – October 2018

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Captain’s Report – October 2018 Well done to everyone that took part in events during October!!  Here are the results xxxxx   Results for Nettlestone 5km / 5m 7th October Well attended by Ryde Harriers Jake Brougham was 1st in the 5 miles Trevor McAlister was 3rd in the 5 miles Results for Chester Marathon […]

Captain’s Report – September 2018

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September saw the start of another HRRL season, with a good turn out to Overton 5m. A much smaller team also run the Solent Half Marathon, which is a surprisingly nice route and not too hilly, and a better run all round than Gosport Half with its seasonal bad weather along the sea front. The […]

Captains Report for August 2018- By Rosie Eldridge

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Captain’s Report – August 2018 Hey there folks it’s that time of the month again to send out the race report. We have taken part in   Donkey runs, totally epic Ultra running, Half marathon , and some crazy fell running in the Lake district . A fabulous variety of running events that us Harriers enjoy […]

Lakeland Fell Races August 2018 – By Nigel Eldridge

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Lakeland Fell Races. By Nigel Eldridge. Tuesday 21st August saw four Harriers take part in the ‘Shipman Knotts’ Fell race, situated in an idyllic valley in Kentmere, just North of Kendal. The team consisting of Myself (Nigel), Rosie and Jimi Eldridge and also the fell machine that is Rodney parker, who by chance was just […]

Isle of Wight Half Marathon 2018

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  Isle of Wight Half Marathon 2018 – The Marshal’s Cut! By Sarah Probert Given that the famous IOW Half Marathon course is 13.1 miles of relentless hills, twists and turns (as all you mainlanders discovered!), it still managed to attract the interest of over 350 runners on its 34th outing on Sunday 19th August. […]