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Urban Ultra

The Sunderland Strollers Urban Ultra is a 35 mile race (or 17.5 mile relay) which takes place on the 11th of November 2017, it starts and finishes in the heart of Ashbrooke and covers...

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Doorstep Marathon, Half and 10k

A Big thank you to everyone who took park, the event raised over £3000 for the Phoenix Cancer Unit at Sunderland Royal Hospital and Cancer Research UK. Photos of the event can be found...

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Strollers Podium

Hexham was the main focus for racing at the weekend. A beautiful setting and a sunny day – perfect. As was the form of so many Strollers. Jen Deighton continued to run to podium...

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Joss Naylor meets Ray!

Back in May, Ray Maynard completed the Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge. This is a gruelling challenge exclusively for the over 50s which covers 48 miles, 30 tops and ascends nearly 17000ft. It starts in...

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International Strollers

The picturesque Bamburgh Castle was the starting back drop for the Northumberland Castles half marathon. Jen Deighton headed North to claim 1st vet and 3rd lady overall in a PB of 1:35. Luckily, storm...

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Temple Park Takeover!

The latest race in our Championship saw a mahoosive turn out for the Temple Park 5k race on Sunday. Out of 101 finishers, over 40 were registered as Strollers. Although a little mix up...

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Many More Marathons.

Before we get to the marathons, a quick round up of Druridge Bay XC. In spite of initial worries that most would be racing elsewhere, both ladies and mens teams did tremendously well. The...

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Bit of a Mixture.

Saturday kicked off the new NEHL season at Wrekenton. It was dry and firm underfoot and not a lot of mud about – but hopefully there’ll be plenty to come. The men had a...

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Marathons and The Magic Kingdom

We have had a plethora of marathons over the weekend in a England, Scotland and Germany. A handful of Strollers flew off to a Berlin to run this iconic marathon. Jen Deighton was first...

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Quick Catch Up.

Last week appears to have been fairly quite on the racing front. Mark Anderson did super well at a NEMAA 10k event, finishing first in 34:25 –¬†done Mark, always runs a fabulous race! However,...