GRAND PRIX SERIES: Harriers first and second at Eye

Nene Valley Harriers filled the first two places in the second race in the Peterborough 5k Grand Prix Series at Eye.

Abbey 10k winner Steve Robinson.

ROAD RUNNING: Robinson races to Ramsey victory again

There was a one-two for Peterborough Athletic Club in yesterday’s (June 25) Abbey 10k organised by Ramsey Road Runners.

Kirk Brawn.

Stompers first in a red-hot relay race

With the mercury nudging 30 degrees centigrade Sunday’s Green Wheel Relay became more of an endurance test than ever, writes Barry Warne.

Elizabeth Taylor.

Cambs’ English Schools team announced

Cambridgeshire have selected a 32-strong squad for the English Schools Championships. Eight of them are from Peterborough schools.

The Nene Valley Harriers team that won the Southern League fixture at Colchester.

Great team spirit is the key to success for high-flying Harriers

Nene Valley Harriers are flying high at the top of the Sweatshop Southern League after a superb win in Saturday’s fixture at Colchester.

William Hughes.

Whizzkid William scorches to number one in the UK rankings

Spalding sprint king William Hughes is peaking at just the right time.

Daniel Mees.

Horne makes England’s top 10

Peterborough Athletic Club high jumper Jamie Horne gained the best local placing at the England Athletics Under 20 and Under 23 Championships at Bedford over the weekend.

Karim Chan in action at last year's National Disability Championships at which he won four gold medals.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Chan picked for the big event in Switzerland

City athlete Karim Chan has been selected to represent Great Britain at the inaugural World Para Athletics Junior Championships in Switzerland.

Charlotte Taylor.

Charlotte stars in USA

Charlotte Taylor of Nene Valley Harriers and San Francisco University grabbed the headlines at the weekend, as she continued her incredible season by winning the NCAA 10,000m Championship in Eugene, Oregon.

Martin Tinkler.

Tinkler’s Southern silver

Martin Tinkler of Nene Valley Harriers won a silver medal at the South of England Championships at Crystal Palace.

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Max makes it a double

Peterborough Athletic Club were thin on the ground for their Eastern Young Athletes League match at Luton and finished seventh out of the eight teams taking part.

Jessica Dixon-Walker (left) and Ellie Forrest in hurdles action. Picture: David Lowndes

Clean sweep for city clubs down at the Embankment

Nene Valley Harriers secured an emphatic victory in Sunday’s East Anglian League fixture at the Embankment track.

The start of the Peterborough 5k Grand Prix race at Ferry Meadows.

PETERBOROUGH 5k GRAND PRIX: Kempson wins Ferry Meadows opener

Lloyd Kempson took the honours in this week’s opening race in the 2017 Peterborough 5k Grand Prix Series at Ferry Meadows.

Donovan  Capes set a new personal best in the shot.

Ronan races to a scorching sprint double at Cambridge

Nene Valley’s young athletes were too hot for the opposition to handle in their Eastern Young Athletes League fixture at Cambridge on Sunday, writes Barry Warne.

Ruth Jones was first veteran Over 35.

Lottie leads the way

A handful of speedy young Harriers made their way to Kettering for a midweek open meeting.

James McCrae was second in the 800m and 1500m.

Harriers young and old work together for promotion push

Nene Valley Harriers are on course for British League promotion after a battling display in Stretford on Saturday.

Chris Wright.

It’s another fine London run for Harrier Wright

Chris Wright did himself and Nene Valley Harriers proud with a 75th place finish in the Vitality London 10,000m on Monday.

Jamie Horne won the high jump.

Davey is UK number one

Peterborough Athletic Club finished third in their Southern League Division Three (North) match at Mile End behind Victoria Park & Tower Hamlets and Basildon AC.

Simon Achurch.

Nene Valley Harriers lead all the way home from Bedford

Nene Valley Harriers pulled off an exiting victory in their Southern League Division One fixture at Bedford on Sunday.

Nene Valley Harriers at the British Masters Road Relays. From the left are Chris Mooney, Paul Parkin, Barry Warne, Chris Hunt, Sean Beard, Simon Bell and Chris Armstrong.

Chris quickest in the Masters

Nene Valley Harriers veterans showed their strength in depth when fielding two men’s Over 45 teams in the British Masters Road Relays at Sutton Coldfield.

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