On Sunday the 17th of February six Mounts Bay Harriers members took on the very tough challenging multi terrain 13.10 mile run through the National Trust’s grounds at Lanhydrock Park. First Mounts Bay Harriers in was Richard Alford finishing in very respectful 1:34:56, earning him 8th place overall. Gary Richards also managed to be placed […]Read more
The first weekend in February saw various Harriers members take on some very different challenges in different locations across the UK.
A large contingent of Harriers made their way to Newquay on a frosty Sunday morning for the Newquay 10k event, the second race of the Grand Prix Road Running series. John McWilliams was first Harrier […]
Saturday 26th January saw the Harriers gather, dressed in the finery rather than the usual lycra to celebrate the Clubs successes over the last 12 months. A number of awards are made & the nominations for these come from the club members voting for their peers.
The Club Chairman, Ian Matthews presented the Awards & commented […]
The first race of 2019 saw a good contingent from the Harriers travel to the beautiful Clowance Estate for the Freedom Racing 4 mile race round the estate. Unlike previous years, the recent spell of dry weather meant the course was relatively dry allowing for some speedy times.
Mark Worledge was the first Harrier back in […]
Lize Whybrow made the long journey to Newcastle for the Newcastle Town Moor Half Marathon. This 3 1/2 lap event took runners through the historic Exhibition Park & the Town Moor. Despite an incident at mile 12, Liz finished under 3 hours & thoroughly enjoyed the event.
David Andrewartha raced the DB Max Castle Combe ‘Chilly […]