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*Brighton Mini Mile*
2nd Charlie Leedham U11 Boys
3rd Joseph Dobson U13 Boys
1st Ethan Ward U15 Boys
4th Reuben Sezen U15 Boys
Great running lads... and a HUGE good luck to everyone running tomorrow.
TEAM GREEN OUT IN FORCE!
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1 week ago

*Brighton Mini Mile*
2nd Charlie Leedham U11 Boys
3rd Joseph Dobson U13 Boys
1st Ethan Ward U15 Boys
4th Reuben Sezen U15 Boys
Great running lads... and a HUGE good luck to everyone running tomorrow.
TEAM GREEN OUT IN FORCE!Image attachment

 

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Great work guys! Rest up now for Tuesday 🏃🏻🏃🏻💪💪👍👍

Awesome! Well done lads

Brilliant, so proud 👍😊

Road Relay’s today at Christ’s Hospital. We have the first set of results through. 4th place for the U15 Boys, a team Silver Medal for the U13 boys and 2nd fastest Lap overall for Lukas.. GO HARRIERS! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Road Relay’s today at Christ’s Hospital. We have the first set of results through. 4th place for the U15 Boys, a team Silver Medal for the U13 boys and 2nd fastest Lap overall for Lukas.. GO HARRIERS!

 

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Well done boys. Great result x

Debs Furniss xx

Brilliant 🏃‍♂️

There was ALOT of mud at the weekends Inter Counties Cross Country Championships which took place at Loughborough. Congratulations to Jack Leitch, Ethan Ward, and Lukas Harber who helped contribute to one of the best showings by Sussex at this highly competitive fixture. It is fantastic to see the sport so strong in the county, and a full review of the Sussex team performance can be found on the www.sussexathletics.net/ website.
Elsewhere there were medals at the British Masters Indoor Championships for Alan Easey, Mark Gibbs, and Gavin Stephens.
For the majority of us that concludes the winter fixture list, and we now look forward to the track season which starts next month!
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1 month ago

Martin Satchell enjoying a well earned beer after completing the Tokyo Marathon yesterday. This means he has now completed all six major global marathons (Berlin, Boston, London, New york, Paris, Tokyo). We think he is the only Harrier to have achieved this?
Congratulations Satch, that 'marathon majors' medal looks pretty special!
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2 months ago

Martin Satchell enjoying a well earned beer after completing the Tokyo Marathon yesterday. This means he has now completed all six major global marathons (Berlin, Boston, London, New york, Paris, Tokyo). We think he is the only Harrier to have achieved this?
Congratulations  Satch, that marathon majors medal looks pretty special!

 

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Fantastic work. Well done xx

Well done Satch! xxx

One day I hope to have this... Fingers crossed 🤣 enjoy that beer x

Well done fella! Knew you'd end up in Tokyo ;)

Satch that is a top achievement. Amazing work. The club should definitely recognise that in some way Gavin.

Congratulations Martin Satchell. It would be interesting to know how you'd rank them against each other. Personally I'd love to do the New York marathon.

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