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The Type of Progression: Options, Inheritance, and History

The Type of Progression: Options, Inheritance, and History

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In its most basic description, internet business is generally termed as an art as it calls for long term predictions of trade benefits

In its most basic description, internet business is generally termed as an art as it calls for long term predictions of trade benefits

What makes organisation an art

In its most basic description, business enterprise might be termed being an art mainly because it will involve long term predictions of trade perks.

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Indoors at BUCs with Joe Pearse & Birmingham Grand Prix with Alison Leonard

Life couldn’t be better for Joe Pearse, the leading High Jumper at Blackburn Harriers. Having already cleared the 2.00m mark a couple of weeks ago, leaving him in 5th place in the U20 Men’s National Rankings, he has surpassed that already.

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At the BUCs meeting in Sheffield, Joe cleared 2.04m taking the Bronze Medal and moving himself into 3rd spot in the National Rankings for U20 Men and 18th in the overall rankings.

BUCs Full Results HERE

Joe is really pleased with his Indoor season and told the Club that “qualifying for the final went really well as i cleared every height first time however at 1.90cm i tweaked my knee which was a bit of a worry. The next day after a lot of physio and my knee now taped up i started off with a failure, which gave me the boost that i needed to really drive over those higher heights and finally up and over 2.04m on my final attempt to gain the bronze medal at my first ever BUCS competition”.

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Alison Leonard set a new Indoor PB for the One Mile distance when she finished 9th in 4.38.37 at the Sainsbury’s Indoor Grand Prix at Birmingham. Her target after posting 4.13.57 for 1500m when she took the Silver Medal at the National Championships the week before, was to try and secure 4.13.00 at the 1500m mark as a qualifying time for the European Indoor Championships but unfortunately just fell short.

Full Results HERE

Video Highlights of the Meeting HERE

Speaking to the Club, Alison said she was “was disappointed with Saturday, as I was hoping to run faster but I’m pleased with my indoor season overall, and I’m looking forward to outdoors now, and getting back to 800s!” 827986♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

 

 

 

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Samantha’s on top of the World in the Modern Pentathlon

Blackburn Harrier & Great Britain athlete – Samantha Murray – has been crowned the Women’s Individual Champion at the Modern Pentathlon 2015 World Cup  in Sarasota-Bradenton to open her 2015 season with a real bang.

 Full Competition Results HERE

Report from Modern Pentathlon Website HERE

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Sam has amassed a huge number of achievements to date as can be seen from this list going back to 2010 which includes eight wins, two seconds and two thirds and has started off in 2015 where she left off last year – top of the tree after winning the World Individual Senior Women’s Championship.

  1. 1st World Championships Warsaw, Poland 2014 
  2. 7th European Championship Hungary 2014
  3. 1st British Championships 2014
  4. 1st British Championships 2013
  5. 5th World Cup #2 Rio De Janeiro, Brasil 2013
  6. 2nd Olympic Games London 2012
  7. 3rd World Championships Rome, Italy 2012
  8. 3rd World Cup #4 Rostov, Russia 2012
  9. 4th World Cup #3  Hungary 2012
  10. 1st Hungarian Cup 2012
  11. 6th World Cup #1 Charlotte, USA 2012
  12. 1st Budapest Indoor 2012
  13. 7th World Cup #1 Palm Springs, USA 2011
  14. 4th World Cup #4 Budapest, Hungary 2010
  15. 7th World Cup #3 Medway, England 2010
  16. 16th World Cup #1 Cancun, Mexico 2010
  17. 1st Budapest Indoor 2010
  18. 7th Junior World Championships Hungary 2010
  19. 1st Junior World Championships Team Hungary 2010
  20. 1st Junior European Championships Team Portugal 2010
  21. 2nd World Championships Team Chengdu, China 2010

After her latest success, Sam spoke to the Club and told us that “The first competition of the season has really exceeded my expectations. I was open minded as I prepared myself for this World Cup as I didn’t feel ‘ready’ to compete. Training at home has been on form recently for my running. I’m running better than ever; can’t pin point exactly why, probably hard work paying off? Overall my competition was just consistent and balanced – which is what I do best in pentathlon –  I am an all rounder with very strong run/swim capabilities. The change of weather was lovely. I went to Siesta Key beach today which is apparently one of the best beaches in the world. It is beautiful: white crystal sand and fresh clean sea. I’m looking forward to getting home and having some time to relax before getting back to training. It’s so early in the season and I have a lot to stay focused for. Thank you to everyone at Blackburn Harriers for the support and wishes. Sam x”

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Down at the National’s with the Harriers at Parliament Hill

Great day out at the National Cross Country Championships at the Parliament Hill course in London for the Harriers with good Individual and Team performances and results.

In the Team Competition – with the first six home to count – the Harriers came 28th out of 145 Teams – and – in the Team Competition – with the first nine to count – the Club finished 22nd out of 74 Teams.

Six to count Team Results HERE

Nine to count Team Results HERE

Senior Men’s Results HERE

Junior Men’s Results HERE

Senior Women’s Results HERE

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Jack Hindle was first up and ran in the Junior Men’s Race featuring 190 athletes. Jack describing the Race as “horrendous” finished in 96th place (39.11).

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Helen Leigh had a belter of a Race in the Senior Women’s 865 strong field finishing 44th (33.39) and just thirty seconds out side of the top 25 and said Really enjoyed it, nice and tough, definitely taking longer spikes next time!

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The Men’s Senior Race – with a field of 2005 finishers – saw Ben Fish lead home the Men’s Team of David Almond – Matt Nuttall – Paul Guinan – John Sutton – Andy Heys – Matt Wood – John Chaplin – Tony Greenwood – Chris Barnes – Karl Billington and Rob Warner.

Ben “Bloody arduous but the National, can’t beat it”  finished 81st (43.01) with Karl  – Little less mud would be ideal, but enjoy it for the most part – taking second place for the team in 127th overall (44.04) and Rob not far behind as third counter in 144th spot (44.23) saying that he  didn’t really know what to expect before the race because I’d only done my first session in 3 weeks on the Tuesday before the race. So I went off very steady and just managed to work my through and did a lot better than I thought I would in my first senior nationals race on a very tough course!”

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In fourth counting spot (225th) came Matt (45.39) who is having a terrific Cross Country season, had his own inimicable take on the Race saying “tough 12k cross country nothing more nothing less”. Chris who finished 2nd in the recent Muddy Shoes 11 Mile Race, took 505th place to secure the fifth counting place (49.22) followed by sixth counter for the Team – Paul who quipped “welcome back to racing”finished in 535th (49.46).

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In 610th and in a time of 50.40 came Tony in his first Cross Country Race for the Harriers since the 1980’s and who told us that it was “Worth the trip to run with the guys and enjoy a couple of pints”. John Sutton placed 862nd (53.12) and commented “great day out with the BH boys. I was a bit laboured today having had a chesty bug over the last week.” A real pity for John as he has been running really well but he still gave it everything he had got as usual. In 9th spot came Matt ‘Woody’ Wood in 929th place (53.55) and said “Great to be back running in the blue and white of Blackburn Harriers. Muddy, tough but a great day out!”

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David Almond was 1072nd (55.32) and was delighted with the day telling the Club Awesome team performance from Harriers senior men today on the iconic Parliament Hill course. Proud to be part of it”. John ChaplinTough, tough course but enjoyed the whole experience” – came in 1250th (57.34) with Andy just seconds further back in 1271st (57.50).

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THERE IS NO Trust Of Performing Ideal RESEARCH

THERE IS NO Trust Of Performing Ideal RESEARCH

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