Jacqueline Etherington reports from the first track fixture of the year for the Golden Oldies. Masters Track & Field at Monkton Stadium, Jarrow: Monday 16th May 2016 So the silly season is upon us, when we all reminisce back to our school days, when we would run, jump and chuck stuff. Nothing was …
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Danny Fletcher provides our next runner’s profile. A brutally honest account at times, but ultimately an up-lifting tale of how running, and running with friends and team members, can be life-changing. I’ve suffered with depression on and off since my late teens, I have self harmed, had unhealthy obsessions with food and spoken to …
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Has all the mud, mud and more mud been getting you down? Does your running feel like it’s just slow mile after slow mile during marathon training? Were you always overlooked on school sports day but secretly fancied yourself to have high jumping or hammer throwing potential? Well ladies and gentlemen, the magic three …
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Newly appointed Ladies T&F Manager, Lindsay Walsh, reports from Sunday’s goings on at Darlington. The experience that was Northern Track and Field Darlington, May the fourth… (And I believe it must have been ‘with me’, Dave Moir!!) Well, really!??? Did you really think I could resist writing a ‘race report’ on such an amazing …
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MERRY CHRISTMAS everybody. We hope you have enjoyed our build up to Christmas 2011 with an insight to some of the club athletes (named Dave) at Tyne Bridge Harriers. We conclude with another ChristMISS ‘Dave’, Ladies Club Champion 2011/12 ‘Dave’ Willis
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It’s Christmas Eve and today we have our penultimate Dave Of Christmas or in this case ChristMISS as we get the low down on one of our female ‘Daves’.. TBH Ladies Captain, Dave Waugh. I am not really a ‘Dave’ but the other Daves of Christmas have inspired me to become one (temporarily for the purposes of this article!)
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The Daves continue and our countdown to Christmas is nearing it’s finale. Today’s ‘Dave’ is a well known name face.. and voice in the North East Running scene.. especially renamed for this feature, please give a Christmas welcome to the one & only ‘Dave’ Baker
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I started running when I was at school doing x- country and 1500m, as I got older the distances became shorter until I was running no further than 400m. When I was old enough to enter public houses the running stopped, I did do 5 GNR in my late teens/early twenties with little or no training….
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Unlike some other Dave’s my running history goes back quite a few years. I was one of those who were bitten by the first Great North Run Bug back in 1981. I was 17 and it was something new and a bit different. The running boom was just beginning to gather a bit of momentum and we were going to have a massive race in our own back yard and I thought I could be part of it.
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Today, on Dave 5 of our ‘run up to Christmas’, Dave Young gives us an insight into why he became a runner. When I was a teenager I wasn’t really interested in athletics, I grew up in Whitley Bay and used to spend a lot of my free time fishing.
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Dave #4 already and we hope you are enjoying the festive fun. In the build up to the big day, we are celebrating everything that is DAVE in our 12 Dave’s of Christmas. Today we have managed to get a few words from our ‘very shy and retiring’ TBH Head Coach .. Mr Dave Anderson
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Tyne Bridge Harriers had 8 athletes representing the club at Newcastle Town Moor on Saturday. Great conditions on the course as 274 runners lined up at the start. Congratulations to Caroline Clapp who recorded a brand new PB of 21:44 knocking 2 mins 44 seconds of her previous time.
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There is an excellent article of Tyne Bridge Harriers today as we join & back the Journals campaign The North East Fitness Revolution. By being part of the campaign, we are showing our commitment to the North East by helping people make the step to a healthier lifestyle and become fitter through running.
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