Farewell

Nottingham City Harriers was the name adopted by a group of runners at the end of 2003 who, upon resignation from a local athletics club, set up their own independent training sessions.

The numbers have dwindled over the years and traveling to training venues at rush hour has got ever more difficult with worsening traffic conditions. So it has been decided to end the informal group from 17th January 2018, the remaining individuals continuing in a private capacity.

Many thanks to the runners who have supported these sessions over the years but we hope to still see some of you from time to time in the future.

Saturday, 26 September 2009

THIEVELEY PIKE FELL RACE - 2009

Results
Gary McMahon - 38:49 24th Senior, 4th V50! (if anyone has read Stephen Donaldson these people are the 'Blood Guard' of Fell-running!)


The Race Finish

Monday, 21 September 2009

NEXT TUESDAY AT THE TENNIS CENTRE!


Training and Racing: Tuesday 22 Sept - Sunday 27 Sept 2009
Tuesday 22 Sept - 6:30pm
A 10.3 mile run from Bramcote on the roads via the University Boulevard to do 5 x 3 min (90 sec recovery) @ VO2/5k effort/pace.



Saturday 26 Sept - 9am
Wollaton Park easy 7.5 mile run for 1 hour, meet at St. Leonard's Avenue, Wollaton - worth checking to see who's about.

Sunday 27 Sept - 9am
Papplewick for 14 or 18 miles around the forests of Nottingham.

Race Results

Berlin Marathon
Ben Bennett 02:31:08 4th V40
Rob Stafford-Keal 02:31:08 15th Senior (Don't think hands were held) ;)

Finish line at Zagreb World Mountain Masters 2009

World Master Mountain Running Championships - Zagreb
Gary McMahon 49:35 25th V50, 1st GB (Results)

It felt better than it looks!

Commonwealth Mountain Running Championships, Keswick - Open Race
Gary McMahon 1:04:47, 4th V50

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Berlin Marathon Results

Pos and Cat Pos
63 4 Bennett, Ben (GBR) M40 Redhill 02:31:14 02:31:08
64 15 Keal, Robert (GBR) M35 Notts AC 02:31:14 02:31:08

Very well done men, though commiserations on missing the 2 hours 30mins target. The videos of the finishes are not yet available at the time of writing; the respective positions suggest a first London Marathon type finish.