Gade Valley Tri triathlete Dean Kidd pushed his cycling to the limit when he travelled to the island of Lanzarote to compete in their Club Le Santa 90km bike race.
Obviously enjoying the sun, Kidd pushed hard and claimed fourth place overall, earning €40 in prize money.
Elsewhere, Anthony Willcox and James Birnie from GVH got into the fundraising spirit on Sunday as they braved the cold to run in the 10km Movember Run in Milton Keynes.
Birnie was the first Harrier home in 14th overall place in a time of 41:25 (PB) with Willcox chasing him down in 43:35.
In her home town of Leeds, Laura Sharma took the trails to compete in the Kirkstall Abbey Trail Half Marathon on Saturday. Sharma pushed herself to the limit to claim first lady home in a time of 1:40:00.
In a personal challenge, Harrier Simon Wallis took on the Men’s Health Survival of the Fittest in London’s Wembley Park. The 10km course was packed with obstacles and is listed as the world’s biggest urban obstacle race.
Meanwhile, on a cold and blustery Saturday morning, 10 Harriers were out competing for their club in four parkruns.
In a club outing to Watford’s Cassiobury Park, five Harriers tested their mettle against the mud and cold, claiming four of the top seven positions. First home was Mikey Ferris in third place overall in a time of 17:41, swiftly followed by Anthony James in 18:08, Ed Price in 18:16 (PB), Guy Wollett in 19:14 and Leona Flaherty in 25:27.
Gadebridge Park saw three athletes in the GVH colours, with Russ Bailey first back for the team in 26:46. Bailey was followed home by Sam Tucker in 27:39 and Gina Oliver in 29:11.
Panshanger parkrun in Hertford had James Thomson competing, where he put in a solid time of 21:35.
Black Park had Vince Ellerby at his favourite course, where he bagged sixth overall place with a time of 19:42.