Harry Gamble-Thompson 20Ten - Entrant Information email sent 6:55pm 1st March



Thank you for entering the Harry Gamble-Thompson 20Ten. Harry was a long time member and chairman of New Marske Harriers and previously a member of Middlesbrough & Cleveland Harriers. His forte was the the Marathon and other long distance races. He is ranked 12th UK All Time for his 2:32:10 Marathon at London in 1982. Harry passed away on the eve of this race last year - so it is a fitting tribute to him that the race is named in his memory.

At the entrance to the park you can see the Memorial Benches - one for Harry and the other for Jim & Anne Reilly of Redcar Running Club who were long time supporters of athletics and indeed of this event in its early years.

Harry, Jim & Anne between them gave the sport nearly 200 years of service as competitors, technical and club officials. They are much missed.

Please use one of these links word version or pdf version to access details for Sunday's event. Please read carefully - it includes information such as where to park, where and when to collect your number from. Please note there are a few changes from previous years so don't assume

Please visit our partner results site where the race result including your individual mile splits will be available after the race.

Please be aware that a junior parkrun in the park before the race - 9am start. If you have children with you on Sunday, provided they are registered with parkrun they will be able take part.

Finally, if you are unable to run on Sunday and you know someone that you want to use your number then you can transfer the entry - but transfers can only made by emailing me (no charge).

Currently there is a short waiting list, if you wish to transfer to someone on the waiting list I will re-fund your fee less our un-recoverable processing fees.

Finally if you are aware of anyone that is able to marshal for some of the duration - especially from 12 noon then please let me have their contact details.


Graham Hall

Chairman, New Marske Harriers