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More PB’s and Wins for the Harriers at Sportscity – Joe wins again on the Road

Sunday December 20th saw the second fixture of the popular Sportscity Indoor Series featuring a number of Blackburn Harriers with very good performances including new personal bests and wins.

Sportscity Full Results HERE

Jamie Vickery ran the Senior 60m and 300m finishing 4th in the 60m with 7.35 and then went on to win the 300m in a new PB time of 36.70. Jamie in his own unique style told the Club that he “Ran like an absolute donkey in the 60m, 7.35s. As Simon Cowell once said to Will Young, that was distinctly average. As for the 300m, 36.70, first time under 37 and a huge PB of 0.43 compared to 2 weeks ago! I’ll take it!”

Bottom of age U15 Emily Warren was out again in her second Indoor of the season competing in the 60mHurdles, 60m flat and 300m and put in some great performances. In the 60m flat she placed 4th in a new PB time of 8.43, went on to win the 60mHurdles in another new PB time of 9.62  and then made it a hat trick of new PB’s on the day with a 3rd placed 43.69 in the 300m. A tremendous performance. Emily commented afterwards that “in 300m I got a pb 43.69 then in the 60 hurdles I got a pb 9.62 and in 60 flat I got 8.43 – I came first in the hurdles and 4th in 60 flat and 3rd in 300”.

John Ilunga was competing at his first ever Indoor fixture and had a really positive day. In the 60m he came in 5th with 8.13 and went on to set a new PB of 1.65m in the High Jump (4th) and afterwards John spoke to the Club saying that the day went well!!! Did really well pleased with my results especially in high jump. In 60m sprint time was 8.13 I did well too but I was just bit scared because it was my first time to do indoor but overall I am really happy”.

Brothers Cameron Massey – ““good day few pbs and finally 3 strode and really looking forward to jan 10th, pb in 300m and 60m hurdles” – and Nick Massey were also competing in their second successive Indoors and they too put in some very good performances. In the 60mHurdles Nick won the Race with a new PB of 8.79 cutting 0.13 sec off his previous best whilst in the same Race Cameron also set a new PB of 9.90 (5th) knocking 0.27 of his previous best. Joshua van der Linde came 4th in the same Race with a time of 9.52. On to the Shot Putt for the three lads with Cameron coming out on top this time, winning the event with a throw of 9.61m, just 3cm behind came Nick in 2nd place (9.58m) and Josh in 5th with 7.38m and a new PB.

Nick winning the 60m Video

In the 60m flat, Nick posted his second win of the day in a time of 7.96 whilst Cameron took 3rd place in his Heat (7.96) and Josh also taking 3rd place in his Heat with a time of 8.28.

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Rudolf’s Red Nose Race – Sunday December 20th

(Results not available yet)

Having won the Best 5k the other week, Joe Monk registered his second win in a good time of 27.54 in not very good conditions at all. After the Race he told us that “today was a good win. The course was flooded in parts…I managed to get into an early lead and held it from Gareth Booth….one amusing incident was some foul language a female horserider gave me as I passed her !!! I feel as though I’m running well and look forward to next year”.

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Helen has a great win at Tour de Helvellyn – Paul Wins at Witton

Tour de Helvellyn – Saturday 19 December 2015

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(photos give some idea of the conditions on the day)

The Tour de Helvellyn is described on the Race Website as ‘a tough circuit around Helvellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes. The distance is 38 miles with several thousand feet of ascent and descent. The terrain is tough mountain trails and so fell running and navigational skills are essential. Entries are limited and strictly limited to experienced and competent entrants. This is not an event for novice trail runners!’

The Tour de Helvellyn is a tough circuit around Hevellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes.

– See more at: https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=2039#sthash.SCugQoY2.dpuf

The Tour de Helvellyn is a tough circuit around Hevellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes. The distance is 38miles with several thousand feet of ascent and descent. The terrain is tough mountain trails and so fell running and navigational skills are essential. Entries are limited and strictly limited to experienced and competent entrants. This is not an event for novice trail runners! – See more at: https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=2039#sthash.SCugQoY2.dpuf
The Tour de Helvellyn is a tough circuit around Hevellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes. The distance is 38miles with several thousand feet of ascent and descent. The terrain is tough mountain trails and so fell running and navigational skills are essential. Entries are limited and strictly limited to experienced and competent entrants. This is not an event for novice trail runners! – See more at: https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=2039#sthash.SCugQoY2.dpuf
The Tour de Helvellyn is a tough circuit around Hevellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes. The distance is 38miles with several thousand feet of ascent and descent. The terrain is tough mountain trails and so fell running and navigational skills are essential. Entries are limited and strictly limited to experienced and competent entrants. This is not an event for novice trail runners! – See more at: https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=2039#sthash.SCugQoY2.dpuf

Full Results HERE

10357707_10206360741670165_7511679392104964886_oHelen Leigh had a tremendous Race finishing 8th overall out of the 136 finishers and the 1st Lady which was a fabulous achievement. Helen spoke to the Club after the Race and said “After the horrendous weather and flooding in recent weeks, I was surprised when I heard the race was still going ahead. Although a huge amount has already been cleared, the aftermath, mixed with 50mph winds and tipping down rain made a tough race even tougher. Having done this in 2012 as one of my first races as “a runner” again and tootling round in 10 hours I was keen to see what I could do. I pushed hard into a brutal headwind for the first 18 miles, this race is an open start with a two hour window so its hard to know where you are placed. The nice bit about it is I set off later and then picked people off all day, and by about half way i had passed all the girls. I then kept pushing in case someone fast had started behind me and was chasing me down! The tailwind down the final 10miles really helped and I was really pleased with my time of 7.21 in the conditions,1st lady and 8th overall”.

The Tour de Helvellyn is a tough circuit around Hevellyn starting and finishing at Askham on the edge of the Lakes. The distance is 38miles with several thousand feet of ascent and descent. The terrain is tough mountain trails and so fell running and navigational skills are essential. Entries are limited and strictly limited to experienced and competent entrants. This is not an event for novice trail runners! – See more at: https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=2039#sthash.SCugQoY2.dpuf

The week before Christmas saw 96 runners turn out at the latest of this years Witton Park 5k Runs including seventeen Blackburn Harriers and the winner of the Race – Paul Bradshaw.

Witton Park 5k Run Results HERE

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In his first ever run at the Witton 5k Paul led the field home in first place with a time of 17.42 just one second from 2nd placed David Brockway in 17.43. Paul is the third Blackburn Harrier to win this Race alongside Karl Billington and Chris Davies.

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Next home for the Harriers came David Almond in 4th and 1st V45 with 18.44. Great to see Sarah Ridehalgh – who runs for the Harriers on the Track – back regularly racing after her long battle with injuries and placing 8th (20.24). John Cookson was next home in 16th in a time of 21.25 followed by daughter Hannah Cookson (20th) in 23.00 and Hannah’s Coach Richard Taylor (24th) in 24.02. Just missing out on a PB by two seconds was – JmM10 Saul Sharp – in 27th (24.49) and behind him, one place further back, was dad Michael Sharp running with Saul in 28th (24.55). Next Harrier home in the JM10 Age group was Oliver Gill (31st) in a time of 25.14 and a new PB followed by Sarah Toms in 34th (25.23) and George Woodburn, also with a new PB at Witton in 35th with a time of 25.38. David Billington was the next Harrier across the finishing line in 41st (26.46) with Carol Cookson in her first ever run at Witton 45th in 27.37, and in the JW10 Age group came Kate Cookson also running at the Witton Run for the first time in 57th spot (29.28). V40 Lindsay Davies came in 58th (29.30) with 7 yr old Lulu Sharp also in the JW10 category next up in 78th and a new PB of 33.10 and mum Lorna Sharp in 79th running with her in 33.12 to complete the list of Harriers out on the day.

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