Newbiggin By The Sea Parkrun/Druridge Bay Parkrun/Alice Holt Parkrun/Workington Parkrun

On Saturday 30th December the fastest time by a Harrier across various parkruns was by Rachelle FALLOON at the Newbiggin By The Sea Parkrun. Rachelle was 1st female finisher in 5th overall in 19.06. This was not only a parkrun personal best for Rachelle but also smashed the female course record at the event by just over a minute!

Up the coast at Druridge Bay there was yet more success for our female runners as Millie BREESE was 1st female across the line once again, this time in 12th overall place. Also of note on a slippy course was Carole PAGE who won the female 55 category. Results:

12-Millie BREESE 21.29

24-David HINDMARSH 23.57

35-Neil HAMILTON 25.29

39-Chris CALVERT 25.45

54-Kim BRONZE 27.06

66-Carole PAGE 28.47

112-Jayne McKENNA 34.03

133-Mark HUME 40.46

A long way south Chris FRIEND took part in the Alice Holt Parkrun in Hampshire where he finished 82nd in 25.31 and Richard EASTOE completed the Workington Parkrun in 30.25.

On Christmas Day Druridge Bay hosted a festive parkrun where a huge number of Harriers turned up, some racing and some jogging round with family. Of the racers Rachelle FALLOON finished 2nd female, John CUTHBERT was dragged round to a superb sub 20 minute 5k pb by Richard JOHNSON, Carole PAGE was 3rd female finisher, Junior Harrier Harris HALL ran another pb and there were age category wins for Justine NORMAN (female 45) and Ian ATHERTON (male 60). Results:

9-Rachelle FALLOON 19.43

10-Jon ARCHER 19.46

11-Richard JOHNSON 19.56

12-John CUTHBERT 19.57

18-Neil HAMILTON 21.52

20-Jason DAWSON 21.56

21-Carole PAGE 22.36

23-Harris HALL 22.44

24-Phil HALL 22.45

37-Justine NORMAN 24.27

47-Ian ATHERTON 25.55

61-Tracey SAMPLE 27.15

62-Ian SIMON 27.16

66-Maddy HALL 27.30

69-Tania CONWAY 27.47

73-Laura McLEAN Jr 27.55

78-Laura McLEAN Sr 28.42

79-Mel STEER 28.43

84-John ROSS 29.12

91-Nell GAIR 31.07

104-Rebecca HEELEY 32.52

107-Eleanor HEELEY 32.59

Above photo is of Harris and Phil HALL on Christmas Day.

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