A good turnout from Exmouth Harriers in City Runs 2nd race in the 6 race Summer series on a very flat course around Exwick playfields and along some of the footpaths alongside the River Exe.

  • 3rd Oli White 15.58 2nd M35
  • 22nd Josh Sale 17.37 5th SM
  • 45th Mike Musgrove 18.31 1st M55
  • 52nd Mac McNaghten 19.31 1st M60
  • 58th Craig Butler 19.56 6th M50
  • 67th Steve Toomey 20.31 13th M35
  • 80th Jimmy Joy 21.25 2nd M60
  • 83rd Steve Morgan 21.43 1st M65
  • 84th Debbie Marsden 21.48 2nd W45
  • 87th Hannah Bown 22.00 3rd W45
  • 94th Andy Johnson 22.32 4th M60
  • 100th Emma White 23.10 3rd W35
  • 113th Scott Jordan 25.13 7th M50
  • 122nd Alison White 27.26 2nd W65

Saturday 11th May

Ultra Trail Snowdonia 50km

Ed Porter took on one of the UK’s more technical mountain trail events in the 50km around the Snowdonia massif and finished in an excellent 9 hours 37 minutes & 33 seconds.

Saturday 11th May

Ivybridge 10km

Andy Johnson was Harriers sole representative in the Ivybridge 10km on a relatively fast course (despite the steep hill from Bittaford to Moorhaven). The last 6km of the route was almost all downhill, making for a very fast 2nd half of the race.

  • 95th Andy Johnson 46.44 4th M60

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Sunday 12th May

Ottery 10km

Seventeen Harriers

Another good turnout for the club with 17 Harriers running in the Ottery 10km that started and finished at the Ottery St Mary Cricket Club. Oli White led the race from “gun to tape” to retain the title he won in 2023. The event was superbly put on by Honiton Running Club with excellent refreshments afterwards including some of the best “homemade” cakes and biscuits on sale in the clubhouse.

  • 1st Oli White 34.33
  • 7th Anthony Hatchard 37.01
  • 8th Joss Sale 38.06
  • 28th Jon Mill 43.19
  • 40th Jimmy Joy 45.13
  • 51st Adrian Barton 45.53
  • 58th Steve Toomey 46.35
  • 61st Kevin Doyle 47.09
  • 63rd Steve Morgan 47.15
  • 90th Emma White 50.21
  • 91st Ben White 50.31
  • 108th Des White 52.22
  • 137th Kay Douglas 54.52
  • 143rd Alison White 55.36
  • 165th Graham Mullin 57.56
  • 208th Linda Hoe 63.45
  • 261st Amy Tew 74.08

Sunday 12th May

Exeter Live Better Marathon

Tom Packer ran in the Exeter Marathon that took the runners on a great traffic-free, flat route along the footpath and cycle track of the River Exe and the Exeter Canal.

  • 140th Tom Packer 4.13.17

Sunday 12th May

Exmouth Journal:

The Lap - Windermere 75km

Probably the greatest achievement by any Harriers in the last week was by Nick Ramm & Jim Comer who took part in The Lap - 75km around Windermere; the largest lake in England.

Both finished in good shape in 619th place after being on their feet for 20 hours 39 minutes and 47 seconds after almost 9,000 feet of elevation gain.

Nick said afterwards: “By far the most brutal and amazing running experience I’ve ever had - never experienced so many emotions, laughs and views”.

  • 619th Nick Ramm 20.39.47
  • 619th Jim Comer 20.39.47