Summer Coast Road 5K -18/07/18
Thanks to the 198 runners who made it another great New Marske 5k Race. Lewis Gamble-Thompson was first home in 15:18 with a slight headwind along the home straight. Archie Lowe was 2nd in a new PB of 15:35, Michael Joyeux 3rd 15:50 and a PB for Dan Gunn in 4th 16:16.
Josephine Stone was first lady home in 18:02, Kay Neesam 2nd 18:49, Gemma Harcombe-Moore and Jade Hutchinson in 3rd had identical times of 19:34.
The prizes are award in Age Graded order with Kay Neesam 1st, John Clifford 2nd and Paul Lowe 3rd.
Everyone Active 10K - 10/06/18
Thank you to all our volunteers for yet another great New Marske Harriers 10K race. These races don't just happen and alot goes on behind the scenes to make sure they run smoothly.
First 5 men home were, Steven Bayton 31:44, Lewis Gamble-Thompson 32:22, Michael Joyeux 33:15, John Clifford 33:43 & Dean Newton 34:11.
First 5 ladies were, Helen Cross 36:09, Kay Neesam 39:04, Ella Towers 40:35, Kath Aspin 40:41 & Linda Noble 42:17
Well done to all the New Marske finishers:
NYMAC 1 Mile Relays - 31/05/18
Another great evening at the sell out NYMAC 1 mile relays at Stewart Park. Despite some late injuries New Marske managed to field 7 teams with everybody enjoying the run (once they had recovered!). Close races in both the F160 and M200 categories with the ladies clinching the victory from Darlington Harriers on the final leg just 1 second outside the course record. Only a 5 minute mile on the final leg from NYMACS Paul Lowe denied the M200 team 1st place and they came a creditable 2nd only 8 seconds outside the M200 course record.
Locke Park Pie & Peas 5 miler - 09/08/18
Another great night at Locke Park with everbody appearing to enjoy the race in slightly cooler conditions than recent races. John Clifford & Josephine Stone were first across the line on the night and first prize goes to Lyne Valentine along with prizes to the top 25 age graded runners as detailed below.
Results Some Photos to follow on our Facebook Page
London Marathon 2018
‘London Marathon 2018 – hottest on record’ Not what most runners wanted to hear. Do you stick to your target or re-evaluate your goals? Looking at the splits of many North East Runners they decided to stick to their target and many of them payed the price. There are exceptions and maybe some runners are just built to cope with the extreme conditions but for many it was just a case of getting to the finish. This was my 5th London Marathon as a spectator and the first time I had seen so many Championship and Good For Age runners struggling so much early in the race and near the finish there were dozens of them walking.
There were still some great performances from New Marske, the results below show some great category results with 3 men sub 3 and 2 women sub 3:15 and whilst not a PB, Trish Speedie had some excellent splits, even speeding up over the last 7K. Well done to everyone.