Update: 5th January 2014 HE’S DONE IT!! After 82 gruelling days of running, Mark “Run Geordie Run” Allison completed his run across Australia late on Saturday night. Beginning his adventure in mid-October, Mark had to tackle extreme temperatures, wild storms, countless blisters and numerous days of running mile after mile on his own. But it was all worth it as at …
Category Archive: Run Geordie Run
Jan 05 2014
Mar 28 2012
Tyne Bridge Harrier Mark Allison writes I’m always looking for new ways to keep the Run Geordie Run profile raised between major events while trying to inspire others to run or do something that makes a positive difference to other people’s lives. With that in mind, cue a new series of “inspirational” posters that will …
Jan 19 2012
Tyne Bridge Harrier Mark Allison is preparing to take on another fantastic challenge & journey in 2013 as he runs across Australia in aid of St Benedict’s Hospice and The Children’s Foundation. Yesterday, Mark was cooking up other plans.. plans of nutrition & of course fundraising !!
Dec 16 2011
Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the fantastic Northern Running Guide. This edition features the story of our multi-talented and awesome ultra distance runner Mark Allison (Run Geordie Run) and why he decided to join Tyne Bridge Harriers.
Dec 14 2011
Having joined Tyne Bridge Harriers in September 2011 Mark Allison has not only proved that he is a competitive club runner but he also proved to be a real down to earth guy, pitching in with a vast array of raffle prizes, free samples of cherry juice and running apparel as well as being a regular at the Harrier League.
Nov 10 2011
Tyne Bridge Harrier Mark Allison has announced his next Challenge for 2013. MEGA marathon-man, Mark ‘Run Geordie Run’ Allison announced today his mammoth Australian challenge, to run from Perth to Sydney covering 2600 miles in some of the toughest conditions and terrain known to man.
Sep 11 2011
We are very honoured and thrilled to announce that Mark Allison the remarkable Geordie athlete who ran 3,100 miles from California to New York recently and raised over £100,000 for charity yesterday joined Tyne Bridge Harriers.