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Captain’s Report – March 2019


March has been a busy month with some top performances and quite a number of firsts. Alison Critchley, Pippa Sharp, Jake Brougham, Isabella Brougham completing Half Marathons for the first time, and Jake getting an excellent time as well. Charlie Metcalfe performed well in the Essex 20m, I (Trevor) was on top form for the […]

Fleet Half Marathon 2019

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17th March 2019. The day of the Fleet Half Marathon. Imagine the setting…. It’s 05:30 on a Sunday morning, your alarm sounds like a baby with colic when you’ve not slept for days, you have a two-hour journey ahead of you (half of which is on a ferry) when only a couple of hours before […]

Larmer Tree Races 2019

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17 hill loving Harriers travelled to Wiltshire on 9th March 2019 to take part in the Larmer Tree Races hosted by White Star Running (like the GHM but a bit less SAS!) A favourite with the club every year, the 5 different runs (10 miles, 8 mile night run, half marathon, 20 miles and full […]

Captain’s report for February 2019


Hi Folks, here are the race results for February. Well done to all that have taken part in running events during this month. Captain’s Report – February 2019 Results for Chichester 10k 3rd February Jake Brougham 00:34:29 Charlie Metcalfe 00:37:12 (2nd Vet 40) Geoff Watkin 00:52:35   Results for Ryde 10m 3rd February (Travel Sponsored […]

Ryde 10 2019


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 […]

Captain’s Report – January 2019


There was a rather chilly start to January with the Hampshire Cross-Country Championships, which saw Charlie, Les & Roger placing well in their age categories.   Stubbington 10km was very popular again this year, with 23 Harriers competing. The conditions were ideal for good times, and Les proved he was on top form by achieving […]