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Captain’s report – September


September seemed to go by in a flash. The middle of September was all about the tapering for the Harriers marathon training. With the big day drawing closer and closer it felt strange to run less miles each week. Well done to Abigail Cooke who managed to train (injury free) and complete her first marathon The […]

Captain’s Report – August


August has been all about distance running, with most of the Harriers doing some serious mileage in preparation for the 60th IOW marathon that is fast approaching. But some of us have just been frolicking around. September sees the first race in the 2016/17 Hampshire road race league, we need to try and get full […]

Captain’s report -July


Well done to all harriers that have competed this month, we have had a variety of different types of races that have taken place this month. Fell racing in the welsh mountains , ultra running, off road half marathons, 10k runs and hilly road races!! Great running people with some fantastic results. Pen y fan […]

Brecon Fans Weekend


Our club has a proud history of fell running – our former chairman Eddie Leal was a founding member of the Fell Running Association, scores of Harriers have run the infamous Ben Nevis race and the Edale Skyline even has a RH trophy as they recognised the insanity of a regular visit from a southerly […]

Captain’s Report – June


Early June saw the final race in the Hampshire Road Race League (HRRL) 2015-2016 season, D-Day 10k, where a big team of Ryde Harriers were able to pull off an outstanding last ditch effort. The ladies’ A team finished top of the 3rd division. They gain promotion to the second division next season. The men’s […]

Ryde Harriers First Begin Running Course Completed

Beg 2016

Congratulations to the 23 participants who took part in our first Beginners’ Running Course over 8 weeks in April and May. Despite the strong winds, they all wore huge smiles during their final 5k timed run along the sea front on 31st May 2016 – their finisher’s medal was well deserved. The course leaders were […]