Tyne Bridge Harriers 2011 Summer Series GP – Race 1

Congratulations to Tony Carter on being the first finisher in the opening race of the club’s new Summer Series.

Leading home a field of 15 club members (and one guest runner) in an open race, Tony made light work of the challenging 2 mile route and stormed around in a time of 10m 34s.

Full results.
10m 34s Tony Carter
11m 05s Paul Hilton
11m 12s Sean Kelly
11m 23s Marc Fenwick
11m 27s Mark Hall
11m 34s Dave Moir
11m 56s Chris Meek
11m 57s Ryan Hall (U17)
12m 24s S Booth
12m 25s Gary Wright
12m 40s Mark Black
12m 58s Dave Rowe
14m 35s Leodhais MacPherson (U11)
14m 42s Donna Hynsley (F)(Guest)
15m 08s Elspeth Lawson (F)

Thanks to the team of time-keepers and marshals for allowing the race to pass-by with-out incident.

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    • Sean Kelly on 19th April 2011 at 20:59
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    Congratulations to everyone – you will be able to say you were there at the 1st grand prix race of Tyne Bridge Harriers! Special thanks to Paul who organised this competition – a great route and one we can all use as a personal benchmark over the summer months. Elspeth was wondering if we could run it the opposite way ’round… there would be a killer hill from the bottom path up to Heaton Park.

    • kenny mac on 19th April 2011 at 21:08
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    Run of the night in my opinion goes to Chris Meek, sub 12 mins in his first Summer series and more to come I wager, well done Chris. Oh and well done Ryan Hall, your just going to get better and better

    • on 20th April 2011 at 10:35
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    Well done everyone.. great running..

    Well done Ryan !! excellent time

    • Ryan Hall on 20th April 2011 at 15:27
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    When we gunna get these photo’s of us warming up then? :P

      • on 20th April 2011 at 23:05
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      erm.. I think DD has them.. I’ll get some video on here soon :-)

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