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Friday 15th of December 2017

Next Harriers Event: | 17-12-2017 | East Sussex Sunday Cross Country League | New Place Farm Run for your Club | Framfield/Blackboys

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Committee News  2
Harriers 30th Awards
Article posted 2014-04-22
Chairmans report 2013
Article posted 2014-02-21

Mens Captain  2
Harriers Xmas Run Events
Article posted 2014-11-29
South Downs Way Relay 2014
Article posted 2014-02-06

Club Races  8
Herstmonceux Relays
Article posted 2016-08-09
Hellingly 10k Report
Article posted 2015-09-13
Herstmonceux Relays 2015
Article posted 2015-08-07
Club Champs 2015
Article posted 2015-05-05
Milland Time
Article posted 2015-04-01

Results  2
Hastings Half Marathon
Article posted 2015-04-01
First for Blackstock
Article posted 2014-03-13

General News  7
Grove Hill Mile 2017
Article posted 2017-09-29
Harriers BBQ
Article posted 2016-06-25
Bournemouth Update
Article posted 2015-05-13
Chairmans Report 2014
Article posted 2014-11-29
Bornemouth Marathon Weekend 2015
Article posted 2014-11-09

Grove Hill Mile 2017

Thanks to those who ran and helped this morning in what was a really disappointing turnout for The Grove Hill Mile.
Seven of Harriers finest did make the start line to race the traditional uphill mile only to turn around at the top after a short recovery to re-trace their steps for the slightly easier return mile back down.
Rather than the usual 10 second intervals, a handicap system was employed which I think proved to be a success.
Gary Smith used his handicap to great effect to win both the up and down races, narrowly beating Frances Delves on the up and Katie Manley on the down.
Martin Bell proved to be too strong for the rest in clocking the fastest time up, 6-10 and down, 5-26.
The small field did have its benefits, chocolate was won by all runners!

1mile up.1miledown
1Martin Bell.6-10.5-26.
2Graham Purdye.6-53.6-00.
3Gary Smith.7-25.6-05.
4Peter Drake.7-36.6-02.
5Frances Delves.8-03.6-50.
6Katie Manley.8-28.7-03.
7Norman Harris.9-53.8-05.
Posted by Admin 2017-09-29 00:00:00 Posted In General News

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