We have drawn up the following Track Etiquette with the University for all users of the Maiden Castle track to help maintain it in decent condition. Please adhere strictly to the etiquette at all times. The normal track direction of
IMPORTANT: Tier 4 restrictions and the implications for DCH DCH and Durham University/Team Durham have discussed the implications of the recent inclusion by the government of our area in Tier 4 arrangements directed at combating the spread of the Covid 19 virus.
Team Durham, together with all of the Universities activities, are adhering to the UK governments advice regarding outside gatherings of groups ….which places a maximum of 30 people per gathering. This therefore applies to the number of people who can
Effective from Thursday 13th August 2020. On Wednesday 12th August) we received an email from Team Durham which clarified the number of athletes who can be present in each of the areas at Maiden Castle designated for our use. The
Sessions for juniors in John & Brian’s group We are trying to put some sessions together normal time 18:30-20:00 but different place. The new training area (until further notice)would be the football field on the Sacriston Road B6532 200 metres
In the 4th Start Fitness North East Harrier League of the season at Lambton Estate, some of the Junior Teams were decidedly weaker due to the fact that 8 athletes were representing Durham County and competing in the English Schools
Jacqui Hodgson has added yet another Gold Medal to her already fine collection of Medals over the years on this occasion again it was in the Scottish Masters (Indoor) Championships at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow, in the (v/50) category over
Handicaps for the next event in March are as follows: Femke van Dreven 0 0 Paul Lumsdon 0 34 Graeme Draper 0 44 Liz Lamb 1 25 Tegan X 1 47 Sam Watson 2 46 Lynne Carruthers 2 49 Davy
In the North East Road Relay Championships held at Hetton Lyons Country Park , despite having to change Durham’s original Senior Men’s Team of 6 just before the start due to an injury they performed really well under the circumstances.
In the Northern XC Championships at Camp Hill Estate, Bedale , North Yorkshire, the Harriers not only found the opposition tough but also the conditions, particularly for the Senior Races where they encountered thick mud with runners losing their shoes