Tag Archive: Darlington 10k

Sep 02 2017

Results Round-up: August 2017

A round-up of race results featuring Tyne Bridge Harriers. (updated 2nd September 2017) Click on the ‘event’ to see a full set of results.   Please get in touch if you took part in a race not listed, or ran a Personal Best (PB).

Sep 06 2016

Results round-up: August 2016

A round-up of results featuring Tyne Bridge Harriers. (updated 6th September 2016 to include Nairn Half Marathon results) Please get in touch if you’ve took part in an event which isn’t listed, ran a Personal Best (PB) or set a club record.   Morpeth 10K (incorporating NEMAA 10K Champs): Tuesday 2 August 2016   Powburn …

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Aug 09 2015

Results round-up: 9th August 2015

A round-up of results featuring Tyne Bridge Harriers.   Dublin Half Marathon: Sunday, 2nd August 2015 88.31 Paul Waller Full results can be found here.     Clennell Trail Run: Sunday, 2nd August 2015 Full results from the short & long races can be found here.     Morpeth 10K: Tuesday, 4th August 2015 35.54 …

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Aug 10 2014

Results round-up: 10th August 2014

A round-up of recent race results featuring Tyne Bridge Harriers.   Morpeth 10K: Tuesday, 5th August 2014 34.45 Keith Smith 34.51 Dominic Munnelly 36.42 David Wright 36.49 Alan Hodgson 36.52 Chris Meek 38.33 David Appleby 39.12 Joanne Lee 39.28 Simon Pryde 39.29 Edwin Wong 42.11 Sean Kelly 45.36 Stuart Dickson 46.01 Zina Panitz 46.40 Joel …

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Aug 11 2013

Darlington 10k: 11th August 2013

I’ve a great affinity with this race as it’s the scene of my 10k PB (34:43 in 2010) and I seem to perform well every time I compete. (writes David Daniels). Conditions were ideal for running. It was cool, dry and although there was a fairly strong westerly wind blowing across the region, the nature …

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Aug 12 2012

Darlington 10k Race – 12th August 2012

(Updated 14th August) Well done to the members who participated in the 25th running of the Darlington 10k Road Race. Conditions were ideal for racing, warm temperatures and a slight breeze, and the runners showed their appreciation of Olympic Champion, Mo Farah, with a rousing round of applause prior to the race. Club member, James Robson, writes …

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