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Harold Wood Running Club members break personal best’s

PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 February 2018

Harold Wood Running Club members at the Chase the Moon run on Valentine’s night (Pic: HWRC)

Harold Wood Running Club members at the Chase the Moon run on Valentine’s night (Pic: HWRC)

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Harold Wood Running Club had five personal best’s this week at Raphael’s parkrun with

Adam Bartlett beating last week’s club record with a time of 18.14.

Tony Rawson 22.16, Craig Brown 22.18. Scott Brown 23.37 and Joy Reid 32.10 also hit personal best time on the run.

Louise Hawker was named as January’s member of the month after she was top of the FITBIT leader board as she ran 125 miles throughout the month.

A few of the club’s members also run Chase the Moon on Valentine’s night with Adam Bartlett managing a new 10k personal best of 39.05.

Harold Wood Running Club is for runners of all levels and they meet every night of the week at 6.30pm at the cricket club in Harold Wood Park Monday to Friday’s.

The club also takes part in the Raphael’s park run every Saturday at 9am.

Visit http://haroldwoodrunning.club/ for more information.

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