In the field of 473 finishers over 30 club members took part. Based on Cambridge High School the day was dull, overcast and quite windy which provided a challenge for those racing for PB’s.
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The provincial champs were held locally and there was a big muster of Hawks taking part. A hard road race each week is vital to get our teams ready for the national road champs relay champs.
Official results from the world renowned Dudfield Duathlon!
The Hawks, thanks to Graham Dudfield, once again managed to set a challenging 8km course around Horsham Downs for this popular and longstanding club event on Saturday, 5th August.
Sadly fields were small but with 27 Hawks taking part our club at least made an impact.
There was a pleasing turn out of thirty Hawks at the North Island Cross Country Champs on the fast pumice surface of Spa Park Taupo Saturday.
A good day of running was had by all at the club champs at Minogue park.
A beautiful winter’s day brought a good turnout to this year’s Taitua Arboretum Relay.
Many Hawks members took part in the 44th NZSSCC held on the old Ascott Green golf course near QE2 Christchurch.
I don’t like hills, they are my kryptonite. I lose all hope, momentum and generally the will to live when attempting to scale them.
Report by Andrew Wark The School of Origin was well attended by 26 Hawks on a windy day which was chilly pre-race with the winds coming across the lake and everyone trying to keep warm. The race was based on an age adjusted format where the age of the runner is used to calculated times […]
Many schools from through out the region took part on a very spectator friendly course. Racing among the large fields were many Hawks members.
Mud Mud Glorious Mud and torrential rain was the scene that greeted athletes running In the Tauranga Open Cross country.
Report by Dave Southwick An august bunch of Hawks fanatics found themselves at Lake Waiwhakarehe, Rotokauri on Saturday to run the Kevin Knowles inspired course. Arriving in heavy rain and a cold southerly, they were not wimps, sitting by the warm fire, complaining about the weather. Those were with an eye on history would have […]
Six teams of three competed in this event, and everyone turned up ready to go.
The large high over the stunning Coromandel Peninsula meant those entered in these trail runs had sunshine as they ran the scenic courses.
On Saturday morning 10ish of the Hawks lined up at the start of the Rotorua Marathon on a chilly morning.
Trophy day is a handicap start, and is our traditional season opener.