Tag Archive: great north 10k

Aug 01 2017

Results Round-up: July 2017

That’s another month gone, and another results round-up page done and dusted. [updated 1st August 2017] If you took part in a race, or ran a Personal Best (PB), leave a comment below to get it mentioned on the page.     Chevy Chase (20 Mile MT): Saturday 1 July 2017 (Unfortunately, Andy and Cat …

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Jul 12 2017

2017 Great North 10K: Race Report

Great North 10K race report by Danny Fletcher   Sunday, 9th July 2017   “Don’t call it a come back, I’ve been here for years!”  – LL Cool J.     I had previously run the Great North 10K 4 years ago, one of my first ever running events. Like many new runners I used …

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Jul 05 2015

Results round-up: 5th July 2015

A round-up of races featuring Tyne Bridge Harriers. [updated 6 July 2015]   Tynedale 10K: Wednesday 1st July 2015 33.28 Tom Charlton PB (Personal Best) 33:58 Terry Scott 1st MV40 34:22 Kurt Heron 36:07 Tim Kelso 36:14 Andy Smyth 36:51 David Moir 36:52 Keith Smith 37:28 Paul O’Mara 38:02 Matt Davison SB (Season Best) 38:41 …

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Jun 02 2015

Summer Grand Prix 3 Results

[updated 3 June 2015] A set of provisional results from Tuesday evening’s Grand Prix race can be found below. Please get in touch if you notice an error with your result.   As 10th place finisher in the race, Michael Nemeth receives a spot-prize of a free-entry place in the 2015 Great North 10K Run. …

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Jan 14 2015

2015 Great Run Events

Thanks to fine performances by many of the members in Great Run events last year, the club were awarded 10 free places in the 2015 Great North 10K Run and 15 free places in the 2015 Great North Run half-marathon. The GN10K places will be allocated to the ten Member of the Month winners preceding …

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Jul 14 2011

Great North 10K – Course ‘Recce’

We have planned a course recce of the Great North 10K route. Anyone wishing to attend (even if you’re not a member of Tyne Bridge Harriers) is welcome to come along.

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