Welcome to Tadcaster Harriers ....
Welcome to the Tadcaster Harriers. We are a thriving running club meeting once a week for organised training sessions and competing in Road, Cross Country, Trail, Fell and Ultra races.
If you are already a member, then use the links on the menu above to find out about planned Training sessions, upcoming Races, Results and Social events. There is also a link to the Club Shop and a News archive.
If you are thinking of joining, then what are you waiting for ? We meet for training on Tuesday nights at Tadcaster Leisure Centre and we are always keen to attract new members. There is no need to be a particularly fast runner and there is no obligation to turn up regularly. A lot of our members have family and work commitments and just come down to the club when they can. Find out how to join here. If there is anything you want to ask just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Contact Form.
Maybe you used to be a member ? Or did you once run the Tadacaster 10 mile race ? We have a complete archive of all 20 years of results available to search and sort here. We are also (slowly) building an archive of previous Club Champions, Club Records and other results.
Author: Dave Mullaney | Jan 4, 2017
4 Harriers turned up at Robin Hoods Bay on New Years Day to run the Hardmoors 30 Ultramarathon, Joanne Derry, Philippa Freer, Emma Dunn and Dave Mullaney. The Hardmoors 30 is a 31 mile loop around Whitby, taking in Robin Hoods Bay, Ravenscar and Hayburn Wyke along the way.
"Rain until the early afternoon before brightening up and turning sunny in the afternoon" that is what the weather forecast suggested on the notice board of the YHA ...at Boggle Hole. The reality was a mixture of rain, wind that threatened to knock you off your feet, hail and sea fret blowing up the cliff edge into your face, with 10 minutes of sunshine before sunset!
If Jon Steele could have ordered it, then the conditions we encountered were ideal for a Hardmoors event!
Joanne and Philippa were first home for the Harriers with a time of 5:54:53. Emma Dunn was next 6:20:33 with Dave not too far behind in 6:26:38.
Other times for the event:
1st Male – David Smithers – 3:59:06
1st Lady – Carol Morgan – 4:24:30
223 runners -6 DNF, Last runner 8:59:22
Author: Stephen King | Nov 29, 2016
The Annual Dinner and Presentations Evening was at Pike Hills Golf Club on Friday 25th November. Many thanks to everyone who organised and participated in another successful evening.
Pictured from top left being presented with their awards by the Chairman Mark Swinden are:
Other winners not photographed were:
Author: Stephen King | Nov 5, 2016
Are you are new to running? Have you already started running and are looking to improve ? Are returning from injury ? Or do you just want to get fitter and heathier by running/jogging ?
If the answer to any of those questions is "yes", then our Beginners Groups are the perfect place for you to achieve those goals.
Following on from the success of Beginners Groups run by Tadcaster Harriers over the last 5 years, a new running group has been confirmed for Spring 2017.
The new group, starting on 30th March 2017, is part of the RunTogether initiative created by England Athletics, the National Governing Body (NGB) for running and athletics; with the aim of providing fun, friendly, supportive and inclusive running opportunities for everyone in England.
Register your interest via the Contact Form
Author: Stephen King | Sep 2, 2016
Earlier this year, Tadcaster Harriers began planning a new Beginners and Improvers Running Group, to start in April 2016. We have run previous groups in 2012, 2014 and 2015, all of which were a success, with each one bigger than the last. Originally planned for 10 weeks, this year’s course was such a huge success that it was extended firstly to the end of July and finally to the end of August. Around 30 new runners signed up and some of them have continued on to become full members of the club. The group also proved popular with existing members returning from a break or from injury. Of course, this couldn’t have happened without the club members who have given up their own time to gain Run Leader qualifications; plus all of the other club members who came down to support the beginners runs.
In February of this year, when we were getting ready to launch the event, Tadcaster was still reeling from the floods and the collapse of the bridge. At the suggestion of Mark Swinden, the club Chairmen, the management committee agreed to donate the registration fees towards Tadcaster Flood relief. The final total raised was £290 and below is the lovely letter from Kirsty, chair of the Tadcaster Flood Support and Fundraising Group.
For more information about Tadcaster Flood Support and Fundraising Group see the facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/tadcasterfloodsupport/
I would just like to pass on a huge thank you to you all for the very generous donation of £290 to the flood support and fundraising group. The group has been supporting the residents and businesses since the flood and bridge collapse, and because of the generosity of everyone in the area, we have been able to give money to those most in need to replace items lost or uninsured in the flood.
What many people dont realise is that even if the property was very well insured there are still many items lost that families and businesses were unable to claim for. Due to the time of year, the houses and businesses had many items in them that previously wouldnt have been there, for example one of our families had received a brand new bike for Christmas, which was washed away. We were able to replace this bike thanks to everyones generosity.
We are currently in the process of giving grants to our struggling businesses to help them through this very quiet time, so please rest assured the money you have donated will go towards keeping Tadcaster open and functioning. Please pass on my sincere thank to all those who helped raise the money,
Chair, Flood Support and Fundraising Group
Author: Stephen King | Aug 18, 2016
Congratulations to Duncan Simpson who is this year's Club Handicap Champion. Just reward for a very consistent season of racing.
Here are is the final table: Handicap Championship
Author: Stephen King | Aug 16, 2016
That's it, the Millennium Bridge 5k was the last event in the Club Championships season and we now have the final results. I'm delighted to announce our new Club Champions - Debbie Dennison and Glen Johnson.
Results | Jan 22, 2017
Saturday 21st January
Results | Jan 15, 2017
Sunday 15th January
Results | Jan 15, 2017
Saturday 14th January
Results | Jan 10, 2017
Sunday 8th January
Results | Jan 8, 2017
Congratulations to the winner, John Cooke.
Results | Jan 8, 2017
Saturday 7th January