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34th SUNDERLAND HARRIERS OPEN Farringdon Community College, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SUNDERLAND HARRIERS regained their title in the men’s relay, Les Venmore reports.

Sunderland finished fourth on leg one through Steve Rankin and moved up a place on the second leg through Kevin Jeffress.

Michael Barker took the lead on the third leg with the in-form Steve McMahon anchoring their team to victory. Durham City finished 31 seconds behind in second with Morpeth taking third.

Durham led on the first two legs through Dan Jenkin and Jonathan Wilkinson, with Jenkin clocking the fastest overall time.

Birtley dominated the senior women’s race with teenager Sophie Burnett edging ahead of clubmate Chloe Price. Alice Smith finished third ahead of 2015 winner Georgia Campbell and Lisa Short, who was the leading veteran.

Senior men relay (4 x 1.8M): 1 Sunderland H 37:22 (S Rankin 9:14, K Jeffress 9:21, M Barker 9:40, S McMahon 9:07); 2 Durham City H 37:53 (D Jenkin 8:53, J Wilkinson 9:36, J Grehan-Bradley 10:11, M Grimes 9:13); 3 Morpeth H 39:02 (J Masterman 9:42, S Hancox 9:16, M Snowball 9:43, E Kelly 10:21); 4 Birtley 39:16 (A Bailes 8:59, K Reay 9:35, C Carruthers 10:15, P Gill 10:27); 5 Houghton H 39:58 (A Brown (9:05, L Dover 9:40, R Clark 10:23, S Johnson 10:50); 6 Tyne Bridge H 40:44; 7 South Shields H 40:58; 8 Sunderland Strollers 41:05; 9 Blyth 41:46; 10 Durham City H B 42:49; 11 Sunderland H B 43:19; 12 Derwentside 43:20; 13 Gosforth H 43:34; 14 Jesmond Joggers 44:34; 15 North Shields Poly 45:04

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SPOTLIGHT 12 JARRYD WALLACE The American who stands between Jonnie Peacock and Rio gold 14 DATHAN RITZENHEIN The American hoping to prevent a Mo Farah Great North Run hat-trick on Sunday 24 RIO DIARY Jason Henderson provides a behind-the-scenes insight into AW’s Olympics coverage ACTION 40 2016 SCHOOL GAMES Anna Burt and Holly Mills among the record-setters at Loughborough 44 DIAMOND LEAGUE Laura Muir loses but gains the overall series title in Zurich NEWS 6 CityGames a “perfect fit” for Muir 8 Latest Paralympics news 10 Box4Kids scheme revels in athletics A BRIT ABROAD 30 Television commentator Tim Hutchings looks back on his travels to Rio and recent Diamond Leagues PERFORMANCE 32 Sports science news 34 Eilish McColgan on the ‘pressures’ of being a child of elite athletes 36 Tom McNab continues his expert look at techniques at the Olympics 38 Products – sports socks reviewed PREVIEWS 16 Great North CityGames preview 20 Great North Run preview 54 Previews – Paralympics and Brussels Diamond League RESULTS & FIXTURES 46 Results round-up, including report from Berlin’s ISTAF meeting 57 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 61 Quiz – test your athletics knowledge 62 Dip Finish