Druridge Bay Parkrun/Penrith Parkrun/Newcastle Parkrun/Workington Parkrun/South Shields Parkrun/Keswick Parkrun/Carine Glades Parkrun/Fell em Doon 10k

On Saturday 29th July Dan TURNBULL ran a blistering 16.37 to comfortably win the Druridge Bay Parkrun. His time was the fastest at the event by a Harrier since it started in August 2014! Amongst the other headlines Peter GREY was 1st in the male 55 category and Carole PAGE was 6 seconds behind the winning female in 2nd.

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Results:

1-Dan TURNBULL 16.37 (77.63%)

16-Peter GREY 19.57 (79.70%)

23-Carole PAGE 21.14 (86.42%)

57-Justine NORMAN 23.59 (66.85%)

81-Tania CONWAY 25.49 (62.75%)

145-Christine HARDY 29.17

196-Jayne McKENNA 32.36

215-Mark HUME 34.13

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Elsewhere David HINDMARSH was 1st in the male 55 category at the Penrith Parkrun, and we also had participants at Keswick, Workington, Newcastle and South Shields. However most exotic parkrunner of the weekend was Nell GAIR who was in action at the Carine Glades Parkrun in Western Australia! Results:

Penrith:

22-David HINDMARSH 21.43

Newcastle:

212-Tony ROSKILLY 25.30

South Shields:

106-Robert STEPHENSON 28.11

167-Lorna STEPHENSON 36.43

Workington:

55-Richard EASTOE 25.25

Keswick:

70-Ian McALLISTER 26.46

76-Christine McALLISTER 27.26

Carine Glades:

98-Nell GAIR 33.23

Back on Wednesday 26th July 5 Harriers took part in the Fell Em Doon 10k, a multi terrain race hosted by Ashington Hirst Running Club. Of almost 250 runners Shaun LAND was an excellent 7th finisher, with John CUTHBERT and Peter McEWAN close together 5 minutes back. Ruth DOCTOR was not far ahead of the other female Harrier Laura McLEAN.

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Results:

7-Shaun LAND 39.15

31-John CUTHBERT 44.50

35-Peter McEWAN 45.09

112-Ruth DOCTOR 55.33

120-Laura McLEAN Jr 56.15

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Photos are of Peter GREY and Tania CONWAY at Druridge Bay, whilst Shaun LAND and Ruth DOCTOR were at the Fell Em Doon 10k.

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