2022 NECAA Signals Road Relay Championships

Start of the mens NECAA Signals Road Relay Championships at Hetton Lyons Country Park, Sat 19 Feb, 2022.

Strong teams from a host of North East clubs featuring multiple olympic athletes came together at Hetton Lyons Country Park to contest the annual NECAA Signals Road Relay championships.

Unexpectedly good weather in between multiple storms made for an excellent days racing with Morpeth Harriers taking all three titles.

Millie Breese, Morpeth Harriers powers off the line at the start of her leg.
Laura Weightman helping the Morpeth Harriers women's team to the road relay championships title.
Mia Wetherill, Darlington Harriers half way round the lap with the finish at the far side of the lake.
George Lowry, Morpeth Harriers and Josh Blevins, Gateshead Harriers head onto the second lap of the opening leg.
Daniel Alexander, Gateshead Harriers in patriotic mood.
Craig Gunn powers past the lake on his way to helping Sunderland Harriers to second place.
Second leg racing with David Moir, Tyne Bridge Harriers for the M50 and Holly Waugh, North Shields Poly for the senior women.
Gwen Forster, Blyth Running Club flashes along the start/finish straight to complete her leg.