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2014 Allendale 10K Race Report

David Appleby reports from this year’s Allendale country fair.   Allendale 10k: Saturday, 31st May 2014 The Allendale 10k is a new race on the calendar replacing the old 8 miler which had been staged by Allen Valley Striders for a few years. I’d had the ‘pleasure’ of doing the 8 a few years ago …

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2013 Chester Marathon Race Report

Kerry Reed, a founding member of Tyne Bridge Harriers, takes us on an emotional 26 Miles journey.   This year I decided to run a marathon for the first time, this is my account on the experience…….. 2013 Chester Marathon: 6th October 2013 About January time, on hearing all of the talk around group 4 of …

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Weekend round-up: 5th & 6th October 2013

A round-up of the weekend’s races featuring Tyne Bridge members.   2013 West Sydney Half Marathon: 5th October Shaun Brown: 1:18:35 (5th overall)   Full results here.     2013 Chester Marathon: 6th October David Moir: 2:53:02 Steve Cairns: 2:54:47 (racing under different club name) Isobel Knox: 3:15:08 Kerry Reed: 3:41:33 Guy Rintoul: 3:55:39 Richard Jones: 4:11:38 …

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North East Veterans’ League – Jarrow – 20/05/13

5 members from Tyne Bridge Harriers turned out last night at Monkton Stadium for the first meeting of the North East Veterans’ League 2013.

Results from last nights events.

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Hashing in Vietnam!!

Deka and I have just returned from our trip to Vietnam. We were hoping to run out there but having looked on You Tube before we went, there are almost 3 million motorbikes in Hanoi, the capital, and there are few traffic lights or road lanes. Walking across the road would prove difficult, never mind running. Anyway a bit more research online I came across the Hanoi Hash House Harriers.

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