NHH membership for 2019/20 is now open. You can enter via: http://www.northhighlandharriers.co.uk/membership/
Results are now available for the 2019 Caithness Half, please click here.
Many congratulations to all the runners and massive thanks to all our volunteers. Race report to follow later this week.
This Saturday (27 July) NHH with the Wick Gala Committee host the Wick Gala 5k run and 1 mile fun run/walk at the Riverside.
Enter on the day, registration 1.00 – 1.45pm at the boating shed, with runs staring at 2pm.
Entry costs: £5 for 5k and £2 for fun run / walk.
Under 8s must have adult supervison.
Entry for the Caithness Half Marathon on 15 September 2019 is now open. Enter via our website.
Entry is online only, closing on Sunday 8 September. There will be no entry on the day.
Well done to all the runners who took part in the Castle of Mey 10k yesterday. Results can be found here.
For the first time at the Castle of Mey 10k we had a female overall winner with Jenny Bannerman of Inverness Harriers finishing in 35.44, beating her own course record of 36.37 set in 2017. Congratulations to Jenny on her win.
1st Female – Jenny Bannerman, 35.44, Inverness Harriers
2nd Female – Rhiannon Kirk, 40.37, Edinburgh University Hare and Hounds
3rd Female – Marianne Wilson, 42.13, North Highland Harriers
1st Male – Grant Anderson, 38.00, North Highland Harriers
2nd Male – Craig Moar, 38.02, Orkney Athletic Club
3rd Male – Colin Barnett, 38.03, Orkney Athletic Club
1st Master Female – Debs Larnach, 42.13, North Highland Harriers
2nd Master Female – Rhoda Kennedy, 47.50
3rd Master Female – Angela Campbell, 48.23, Bellahouston Harriers
1st Master Male – Davie Macleod, 38.14, Orkney Athletic Club
2nd Master Male – David Spencer, 38.59, North Highland Harriers
3rd Master Male – David Stockan, 39.21, North Highland Harriers
1st Over 50 Female – Ruth Spence, 49,27, Orkney Athletic Club
1st Over 50 Male – Gavin Lee, 43.45, Inverness jogScotland
1st Local Female – Hannah Paterson, 43.24, North Highland Harriers
1st Local Male – Murray Mackay, 39.56, North Highland Harriers
1st Female Team – North Highland Harriers – Marianne Wilson, Hannah Paterson, Debs Larnach, Julie Richmond
1st Male Team – North Highland Harriers – Grant Anderson, David Stockan, David Spencer, Murray Mackay
Photos of overall winner Jenny Bannerman, 1st male Grant Anderson and Angus MacInnes representing sponsor Taylor and Fraser.
Photos courtesy of Eilidh Geddes
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Mey Mile, over 150 of you braved the horrible weather!
Prize winners were:
Joint 1st primary girl – Shannon May and Olivia Mackay
1st primary boy – Joshua Hughes
1st secondary girl – Rachel May
1st secondary boy – Connor Miller, North Highland Harriers
Primary prize winners with Ian Gunn representing sponsor Gunn.
Secondary prize winners with Ian Gunn representing sponsor Gunn.
Photos courtesy of Eilidh Geddes
The Statkraft trail series for 2018/19 is now completed and you will find the points here.
Female trail winner was Rebecca Sinclair, 2nd was Vicki Teven and 3rd was Sarah Armitage. Male trail winner was David Spencer, 2nd was David Stockan and 3rd was Malcolm Lord.
Female improvement at trails winner was Vicki Teven, 2nd was Sarah Armitage and 3rd was Rebecca Sinclair. Male improvement at trails winner was Graeme Bremner, 2nd was Malcolm Lord and 3rd was David Spencer.
Congratulations to all the winners and a massive THANK YOU to everyone who was involved in putting on the trail series.
Sixty-nine people participated on a sunny Easter Sunday in the Easter 10k held by Wick Triathlon Club in conjunction with North Highland Harriers. Andrew Douglas came in first in 31.39, setting a new course record. Second was Hugh Simpson in 39.15 and third was David Stockan in 39.24. First lady was Emma Dunnett in 41.45, second was Jayne Klimas in 43.43 and third was Debs Larnach in 48.35. Full results can be found here.
Congratulations to all those who participated.
Well done to the 25 runners who completed the Beinn Ratha race on Saturday on a bright, but very windy day. You can find the results here. The race was sponsored by John O’Groats Brewery with all runners and volunteers going home with one of their excellent beers and the first female and male and master female and male winning a gift pack.
First male was Alistair Macdonald from University of St Andrews and first female was Shoana Blackwood.
Many thanks to Leslie Mackay to Beinn Ratha organiser and all the volunteers.