Club Details
East Cornwall Harriers is a very friendly club which welcomes runners of all abilities. The club has the following weekly sessions, which all go from Liskeard Sports and Social Club, Lux Park Sports Centre, Liskeard, unless otherwise stated.

Training Schedule
TUE
21 Aug
6.30pm Lux Park Adults & Juniors led by Mark - 400m Reps
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Glenn
WED
22 Aug
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
23 Aug
6.30pm Lux Park 8 miles led by Chris/Revis
5 miles led by Glenn
FRI
24 Aug

SAT
25 Aug
8am Minions Marks Run on the Moor 5-6 miles. Meet Hurlers Car Park, All welcome.
10am Brickfields Track session / 5k Park Series, Lanhydrock-Mt Edgecombe-Eden-Tamar Trails
SUN
26 Aug
8am Lux Park 8 Miles
MON
27 Aug
SUMMER BREAK - NO JUNIORS

Social Events / Races
TUE
21 Aug

WED
22 Aug

THU
23 Aug

FRI
24 Aug

SAT
25 Aug
Oke Croak, Okehampton 10+ Miles
Plym Trail Weekend Marathon & Half
SUN
26 Aug
Plym Trail Weekend Marathon & Half
MON
27 Aug
Cornwall Tri/Mini Tri Truro

Race Report 5 August 2018

08 August 2018
Written by: JAN SROCZYNSKI


On Saturday 4 th August Marcus Wills travelled to London Docklands to take on his first Olympic Distance Triathlon. The AJ Bell London Triathlon is one of the Major Triathlon Events in the UK. Set on the Leamouth Route around London Docklands the race starts with a 750m swim in the Royal Victoria Dock followed by a 40 km cycle race and finishing with a 10km running race.

Marcus started strongly with the swim and the cycle race but the intense heat took a toll on him at the end of the 10km run – notwithstanding this he set a very fine 2h 58m 7 secs time. An excellent first time outing.

Sharon Daw chose the Forest of Dean Trail Marathon on Sunday 5 August to run her 213th Marathon. The race starts and finishes at the famous Speech House Hotel and is run on the gravel fire roads within the forest. Again the heat was a major factor for all competitors. Sharon finished 6th in her age group in 4h 56m 11 secs and is now well on course for her 100 marathons in 100 weeks with 20 weeks still to go.

Sunday 5 August was the 36th running of the Indian Queens Half Marathon a route starting and finishing at Indian Queens Working Mens club. The race takes the runners from Indian Queens onto the gravel trails of Goss Moor completing a circular route. The route although fairly flat is fairly testing with a short up hill finish. On Sunday the heat was also a major factor affecting all the competitors. This is round 11 of the Cornwall Grand Prix series and competitors are looking to improve their points standings and complete their qualifying races.

Thirteen Harriers made the trip. First Harrier Home was Darren Harvey in 1h 35m 54s.Simon Webber was 2nd Harrier in 1h 37m 54 secs and second in his MV 60 age category. Revis Crowle again had a brilliant race coming home in 1.40.30 and 1st in her FV 55 age group. Joe Kearns was 4th Harrier in 1h 43m 4 secs and 2nd in his MV 55 age category – just reward for his consistent performances. Rosie Goldsworthy was 5th home in 1h 48m 08 secs. Martin Nicholls 1h 57m 37 secs headed off Tracey Browne 2h 00m 15 secs. Lucy Oldham had a brilliant race finishing in 2h 11m 22 secs. Craig Vaughnley 2 h 12m 18 secs just pipped Laura Smith 2h 14m 39 secs, John Sudell was next home in 2h 19m 33 secs. Ray Goodright 2h 24m 48 secs came back just ahead of Lyndsey Saunders 2h 29m 45 secs.

Excellent performance by all competitors in the hot conditions.