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Record Turnout For 4th Club Championship Race

Sunday 7th October saw one of the biggest turnouts the Harriers have ever had in a single race.  This was the date for the 4th Club Championship which was run within the Givaudan Ashford 10k.

There was 64 Harriers with a total of 24 PB’s including an excellent time of 36.29 for Yiannis Christodoulou, Paul Elderton at 38.37, Simon Cox at 44.37 and Matthew Northover with an impressive 47.45.  For the girls there were also some impressive times including Caroline Wetherill at 44.18, Emma Greatrix at 45.55, Emma McCabe at 47.49 and Karen Bennet with a speedy 49.31.
Claire Pluckrose, Caroline Wetherill and Deb Parris also won the ladies team prize for the club.
There were also 2 debuts from Stephanie Foll, 53.02 and Iain Morris, 39.21 and a special mention to Wendy Smith who grabbed the 1st vet 60 prize.
Well done to all those who ran, a full list of results can be found on the results page of the website.
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Harriers at Mt. Ephraim

Last Sunday, 12th August, saw a good turnout of Harriers at the ever popular, tough and challenging Mount Ephraim 10K.  It was a mild and overcast morning which provided excellent running conditions.  Coming in at first place, overall, was Robbie Higgins in 37.29, closely followed by the debut of Matthew Slark at an impressive 42.20, who was just ahead of Jethro Kimber at 42.58 which meant the guys picked up the men’s team prize for the Harriers.

For the ladies Emma Greatrix was the second lady and also the first Vet45 at 46.58 and Steph Bancroft at 52.48.

There were other impressive times for Jon Vann and Matthew Northover who have both been battling long injuries and have worked hard to come in at 52.28 and 53.40 respectively.

Well done to all who ran in a challenging and hilly race.

A full list of results can be found on the Canterbury Harriers website.

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Folkestone 10 Mile Race

Friday 30th March saw 14 Harriers turn out for the 35th Folkestone 10 mile.There were 673 runners in total on the day and all Harriers came back in the top half of the finishers.   Extremely wet and windy conditions  made the race tough going on the way out, into the wind, but the rain came down hard in the second half.  Despite the weather there were 5 PB’s, including Yiannis, 1.00.13, Mark Baker, 1.08.12, Mark Duffy, 1.10.16, Daren Parris, 1.17.31 and Stephanie Bancroft, 1.21.18.  We had one debut from Lidia Hill at 1.27.01.  Well done to all those who PB’s as these challenging conditions.

Full results can be found in the results section of the website

Mike Denson battles the weather

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Canterbury Harriers Fly Through The Canterbury 10


Twenty nine Harriers braved the cold and damp conditions in Sunday`s Canterbury 10 Mile Race producing a range of great performances with impressive PB times and debut runs over the undulating course.In a field of 1390 runners Peter Hogben underpinned his recent good form finishing in 3rd place in a time of 54 minutes and 10 seconds( a PB of over three and a half minutes). Rhys Goddard finished strongly just behind him in 5th place in a time of 54.39(PB over 1 minute) and Paul Knight finished in 23rd place  recording  a time of 59.41 (PB  3 minutes)his first sub 60 minute run. The Harriers lost out narrowly to a strong Tonbridge AC squad in the mens team award. Gemma Jeffrey was first home for the Harriers` ladies recording a PB of 1hr .16.35 closely followed by Emma Greatrix in 1.16.40 (debut 10 mile) and Sian Smith – Keary in 1.18.26 (debut).Full results can be viewed via the link on  the Website.