A One Two In Belfast

It was another big weekend of sport in Belfast this week after the Laganside 10k and the Carl Frampton fight last weekend. This week’s main event was the Belfast Half marathon. The race, now into its second year attracted a large field of over 3800 with some great local talent on display throughout the city. Being the local half marathon […]

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weekly round up, 31 August 2014

  It’s been a relatively quiet week for racing this week while we all look forward to the Laganside 10k next Sunday, but with what races took place, there was plenty to cheer about for the club Double win for McKinstry Mark McKinstry continued his winning form with two top spots, one as a guest […]

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Juniors Best Seniors?

Rock ‘n’ Roll On Monday the Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon took place in Dublin attracting a field of over 7500. This event also incorporated the Athletics Ireland Half marathon championship which drew some of Ireland best runners as well as some notable overseas athletes. Even though the event was on a Monday a small contingent of Harriers […]

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Weekly Round-up

    It was a quiet week for racing, I’m sure everyone was watching the track events at the Commonwealth Games and reflecting on Galdys Ganiel’s wonderful performance in the marathon there last Sunday Louise Smith at Tandragee 10k It was a hard-fought battle in the men’s race in Tandragee last Saturday (2 August) with a […]

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North Belfast Harriers at the Commonwealth

The news this week will be dominated with our very own Gladys Ganiel O’Neill competing in Commonwealth games in Glasgow but there were also some notable performances in local races by the club. Gladys In Glasgow The men’s race kicked off the marathon morning at the Commonwealth games at 9:00am and were followed by the women’s […]

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