Quayside 5k 2019

Pretty much ideal conditions for the 2019 Quayside 5k hosted by Gateshead Harriers. The A-Race featured a number of runners from outside the area with Calli Thackery (Hallamshire Harriers) taking the Senior Womens win in 16:34 and local Callum Johnson (Gateshead Harriers) winning the Senior Mens in 14:34.

Quayside 5k Photos

Calumn Johnson (Gateshead Harriers & AC) and Sam Hancock (Morpeth Harriers & AC) lead the runners at the start of the Quayside 5k A-Race.
Calumn Johnson (Gateshead Harriers & AC) and Sam Hancock (Morpeth Harriers & AC) lead the runners at the start of the Quayside 5k A-Race.
Adrian Bailes (Birtley AC) and Rowan Bennett (Morpeth Harriers & AC) heading back towards the Millenium Bridge and a top 10 finish at the Quayside 5k.
Adrian Bailes (Birtley AC) and Rowan Bennett (Morpeth Harriers & AC) heading back towards the Millenium Bridge and a top 10 finish at the Quayside 5k.
Craig Gunn (Sunderland Harriers and AC) looking particularly pleased with something.
Something’s caught Craig Gunn (Sunderland Harriers and AC) attention
Gareth Pritchard (Elvet Striders Running Club) heading Iain Richardson (Saltwell Harriers) on the run in along the Quayside.
Gareth Pritchard (Elvet Striders Running Club) heading Iain Richardson (Saltwell Harriers) on the run in along the Quayside.
Kevin Hamilton (Edinburgh Athletic Club) trying to hold onto the heels of Rachelle Falloon (Morpeth Harriers & AC) at the Quayside 5k.
Kevin Hamilton (Edinburgh Athletic Club) trying to hold onto the heels of Rachelle Falloon (Morpeth Harriers & AC)
Carl Watson (Low Fell Running Club), Iain Young (Blackhill Bounders) and Richard Taylor (Tyne Bridge Harriers) at the start of the Quayside 5k B-Race
Carl Watson (Low Fell Running Club), Iain Young (Blackhill Bounders) who would eventually take the win and Richard Taylor (Tyne Bridge Harriers) at the start of the Quayside 5k B-Race.
Graeme Dockwray (Low Fell Running Club) feeling the hurt coming back along the Quayside.
Graeme Dockwray (Low Fell Running Club) feeling the hurt coming back along the Quayside.
Caroline Teasdale (Crook & District AC) giving it everything.
Caroline Teasdale (Crook & District AC) giving it everything.
Rebecca Jones (Saltwell Harriers) was possibly the happiest runner at the Quayside 5k B-Race.
High on life. Rebecca Jones (Saltwell Harriers) enjoying the Quayside 5k B-Race