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Change in Training Nights from October 2017

The Coaching Coordinators have proposed that the schedule of Training sessions change from October 2017. The change reflects the needs and interests of club members that attend the sessions in Livingston and the availability of coaches and facilities. The proposed program has been discussed with and endorsed by committee members....

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Masters medals for Yvonne and Malcolm

Lothian Running Club duo Malcolm Lang and Yvonne Crilley helped Scotland to team bronze medals in their respective age categories at the British & Irish Masters Cross Country International at Derry, Northern Ireland. Running in the M40 category, Malcolm finished 3rd Scot and 12th overall covering the 8k course within...

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Team bronze for Max at N.A.I.A. Championships

Max McNeil helped his Oklahoma City University to bronze medals at the N.A.I.A Cross Country Championships at Vancouver,Washington. Max was 2nd of the seven points scorers for the Oklahoma team finishing 26th overall of 326 finishers covering the 8k course at the Fort Vancouver National Historic site in 25m 14s....

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Braid Hills and Livingston AC – XC

Hannah Steel was the Lothian clubs only representative at the Livingston AC Open Cross Country meeting at Dechmont Law Park. Running in the Under-15 girls 2.4k race Hannah finished in 6th place in 9m 38s, the race was won by the host clubs Isla Calvert in 8.39. Full results http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=219030...

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National 4k Cross Country

The Lothian club were well represented in the National 4k short course cross country championship at Kirkcaldy High School. In the Senior Women’s race Jo Williams finished in 12th position behind runaway winner Scottish and GB internationalist Laura Muir. Chloe Cox finished 35th wih Yvonne Crilley 78th. There was a...