June 2018 Newsletter

A fantastic month for the Harriers with the HRRL coming to a close, with the final 2 races taking place in June.

We have some write-ups from far and wide too across varying distances and disciplines, as well as reports from the first 2 handicap races of the summer.

Read on….June 2018

May 2018 Newsletter

This month there is a new and fresh look to our newsletter,  hopefully you feel it’s an improvement.  I’m struggling with some aspects of the software, especially tables so apologies for the slightly blurred Parkrun times in this month’s newsletter. Hopefully that’s the only thing that needs fixing. Anyone who is IT literate able to assist?
This month’s newsletter has some great reports and we’ve had some warm weather even for the evening Track and Field fixtures; usually guaranteed to be a cold and wet night. Thanks to all who arranged the Presentation Evening
an excellent night; Don’t forget Charmouth is coming up – book that camping spot!

Read on … May 2018

April 2018 Newsletter

Following a cold and wet March the weather decided to turn just in time for London Marathon, we have a few reports on how it went for those who ran. Put it this way I’m very glad that I deferred this year’s entry. The evening Veterans Track and Field league started with Harriers taking some good first places in the 2k walk. There was also the Hurstbourne 5 which went well.

Read on … Apr 2018

March 2018 Newsletter

Well the weather has really not been conducive to running, especially if training for a marathon, trying to do 20 milers around Hampshire has been very challenging with mud, snow and ice causing difficulties for anyone trying to go long. The Gibbet was a great success through it was very hard this year with a number of runners, including myself succumbing to the conditions. Thank you to all who marshalled, organised served tea, baked cakes, it makes for a great event.

Read on … Mar 2018

January 2018 Newsletter

New year started with the XC Champs at Fairthorne Manor on a very muddy course with a fair few Harriers; Reading XC was just a few stalwarts probably due to the mass of Harriers going to Stubbington 10k the next day.

Jan 2018

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