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Havering ’90 Jogger members turned into Santa Claus for a festive run in aid of St Francis Hospice Santathon on Sunday.

Joggers’ Sears passes parkrun landmark

Thursday, December 6, 2018

The latest news from the Havering ‘90 Joggers club

Six Havering 90 Joggers ran the MoRun in London hosted by the Movember Foundation tackling men’s health on a global scale year round, with Kim Parker getting a 10k personal best.

Havering’s girls won gold, silver and bronze medals at the 2019 London Youth Games cross-country event at Parliament Hill on Saturday.

Havering 90 Joggers raised £160 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal with an event that took place earlier this month.

Harold Wood Running Club had plenty of members take part in the third series of the Chingford League 5K at Hog Hill.

Havering 90 Joggers were out in force at the Billericay Striders 10km race with Chus Brill, Daniel Elwood, Joanne Reeves, John Rozee and Andi Wright all beating their best times on the stunning course this weekend.

Harold Wood Running Club’s Linda Day finished second woman at the Thurrock 10k on Sunday.

Four Havering 90 Joggers flew over to Frankfurt to compete in the Mainova Marathon at the weekend.

Harold Wood Running Club members presented a cheque worth £2,000 to each of their chosen charities from their five mile charity race Havering Mind and Havering Alzheimer’s Society.

Havering ’90 Joggers had 15 members take part in a Countryfile ramble for BBC Children in Need for five miles to help raise more than £450.

The Coopers’ and Coborn School enjoyed a bundle of success as they won every category at the Havering Cross Country Championships at Stubbers Activity Centre.

Cricklefield Stadium in Ilford to host talent ID evening this week

The Coopers’ and Coborn School bagged the Division Two Essex League Tennis title for the first-time in the school’s history.

The Coopers’ and Coborn School progressed into the regional round of the National Cross Country Cup after a successful first county round.

The Coopers’ and Coborn School enjoyed success at the Lee Valley Cup as the cross-country season gets underway.

Harold Wood Running Club members turned out at multiple park runs in force this week.

‘Train Like A Champion’ to be based at two venues in the London Borough of Redbridge

Harold Wood Running Club had over 200 entries for their charity five-mile run, which was started by Sir Trevor Brooking.

London-based coach Born Barikor is leading the way in keeping Londoners active, with his Our Parks initiative happening across the capital.

Havering 90 Joggers had a busy weekend with members involved at various events.

Harold Wood Running Club members took over all the marshal roles at Raphael’s park, as the club’s current Introduction to Running group graduated after their nine week course.

Harold Wood Running Club members enjoyed another week of park runs and touring the country.

The Guinness World Record for the longest, continuous running relay was broken as the final baton holder crossed the finish line of the I Move London Relay at Tower Bridge, London at the weekend.

Havering 90 Joggers were in parkrun action from London to Cornwall at the weekend.


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