Club Details
East Cornwall Harriers is a very friendly club which welcomes runners of all abilities. The club has the following weekly sessions, which all go from Liskeard Sports and Social Club, Lux Park Sports Centre, Liskeard, unless otherwise stated.

Training Schedule
THU
19 Oct
6.30m Menheniot Run. 8 Mile Group led by Terry - 5 Mile Group led by Tess.
FRI
20 Oct

SAT
21 Oct
10am Brickfields Forum Coached Track session
SUN
22 Oct
8am Hurlers Carpark Minions 22 Miles
MON
23 Oct
HALF TERM - NO JUNIORS CLUB
TUE
24 Oct
6.30pm Lux Park Adults led by Chris Gypsy Lane (New Location) - Juniors led by Revis/Rob Woodgate
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Terry / Coaches Meeting 8pm
WED
25 Oct
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen

Social Events / Races
THU
19 Oct

FRI
20 Oct

SAT
21 Oct
5K Park Series Lanhydrock/Mt Edgecumbe
SUN
22 Oct
Carrick Cracker, Falmouth (10,20,30 Miles)
Tavy 7, Tavistock (SOLD OUT)
MON
23 Oct

TUE
24 Oct

WED
25 Oct

Terry''s Beach Session Saturday 21st October

18 October 2017

Unfortunately due to predicted bad weather and high tides it has been decided to postpone the planned beach session. This popular beach training session will be re-arranged for another weekend.



Harriers Report 15 October 2017



EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT 14 OCTOBER 2017

 

Saturday 14th October 2017 saw 16 Harriers compete in the Marathon & Half Marathon races at the Eden Project. Now a firm fixture in the running calendar, the Eden Project Marathon and Half Marathon offers hilly multi-terrain courses around the famous site, following a challenging route through areas of spectacular mining heritage and beautiful countryside landscapes in what is known as Clay Country. The races are run on tarmac & trails with a few wet ...

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London Marathon Club Places

16 October 2017

If you have been unsuccessful in the Virgin London Marathon Ballot you still have a chance! As an England Athletic affiliated club we are awarded club entries to the London Marathon based on the number of adult members who have paid the additional fee to also be England Athletics member giving you discounts on each Cornwall GP race and other benefits. 0-99 adult members entitles us to one place and 100 members entitles ECH to two places. At present we have 95 EA adult members! We only need five more members to join to be eligible f ...

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Strava Update

16 October 2017

Hello all.  The ECH Strava group has changed.  Please go to https://www.strava.com/clubs/Official-ECH to rejoin the ECH Strava Club.  Alternatively a search on the Strava website will return the Clubs listing and the links are also posted on the ECH Facebook page. NB This is only available for paid ECH Members. 

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Cornish Marathon Reserve List Now Closed

16 October 2017

There has been unprecedented demand for places in this year's Cornish Marathon.  Entries are closed and the reserve list now has over 40 names on it - so I must close that as well to avoid giving false hope !

 
ECH are really sorry if you are disappointed, but we had to operate a scrupulous first come, first served system.
 
Thank you for your support and hope to see you next year.
 
Rob Pick, Race Director
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GP Most Improved

13 October 2017
Congratulations to Lucy Oldham who is this years ECH nomination for the Cornish G.P. Most Improved Runner Award.  Best of luck!

Cornish Marathon Full!

12 October 2017

Entries for the 2017 Cornish Marathon on 19th November have reached the race limit and therefore entry is now CLOSED.

 
A reserve list will be in operation in case of withdrawls.  If you wish to be put on the list please e-mail ONLY the Race Director, Rob Pick at robert.pick@kier.co.uk.  DO NOT TELEPHONE.
 
Thanks to all entrants for your support.
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ECH Race report 8 October 2017



ECH race report 8 October 2017

 

Sunday 8th of October saw 11 Harriers make the short trip to run in the Plymouth Ocean city 10k. The race starts and finishes in Plymouth City Centre & is run over an undulating course. 3200 runners lined up for the early start in near perfect running conditions. For some of the Harriers it was their first experience of a big road race and they rose to the occasion with some excellent times and personal bests.

 

Glenn Wood was first Harrier home in 43.32 ...

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