420th David Findlay 1h 07m 38s
AUCHTERARDER HALF MARATHON
488th David Findlay 2h 33m 13s
Author: Shane Fenton
Pos Name (Number) Chip time 12 Joshua Dack (10057) 34m 45s Gun Time: 34m 45s Male 15 Ryan Kirkland (10026) 35m 2s Gun Time: 35m 2s Male 41 Gavin Mackay (10278) 36m 44s Gun Time: 36m 52s Over 40 : Male 45 Kyle Williamson (10255) 36m 52s Gun Time: 36m...
BORDERS XC SERIES
[Match 1 – Lauder]
52nd & 6th M50 David Eades 33m 33s
89th & 1st FJ Mairi Eades 37m 13s
143rd & 6th M60 Ewart Scott 43m 23s
156th & 8th F50 Lorna Eades 44m 17s
BRIAN RUNS WITH THE WIND TO CATEGORY WIN Brian Lees was the leading over-50 in Sunday’s Run With The Wind 10k which was held at White Lee Windfarm, Eaglesham. In a race that attracted 600 runners Brian excelled to finish 30th overall and the leading over-50 male with a finishing...
TINTO HILL RACE
27th Robbie Kennedy 38m 13s
67th Colin Partridge 43m 09s
105th & 10thF Christine MacVarish 46m 43s
123rd Jim Alexander 49m 35s
152nd Kevin Godfrey 53m 03s
AGE UK LEEDS ABBEY DASH 10K
334TH Ryan Kirkland 35m 52s
357th Alan Cunningham 36.04
ANTONINE HALF MARATHON
35th Sandy Orr 1h 52m 25s
98th Alan Weir 2h 15m 39s
PB & UNDER-20 TITLE FOR KYLE AT JEDBURGH Lothian Running Club’s Kyle Williamson was the leading under-20 in the Jedburgh Half Marathon with a new PB time of 1h 24m 15s. This was over 2 Minutes inside his previous best of 1:26.40 set in the Scottish Half Marathon in Edinburgh...
YET ANOTHER ULTRA TRIUMPH FOR SHONA Shona Young continues to churn out the miles and reel in the prizes. On this occasion it was in the Scottish Borders where along with club mate Linda Garratty they ran the 38 miles Jedburgh 3 Peaks Ultra. Shona once again excelled to finish...
NATIONAL XC RELAYS CUMBERNAULD HOUSE PARK SENIOR WOMEN 26th – Mhairi Inglis 17.03, Claire Harris 18.23, Christine Mac Varish 17.26, Yvonne Crilley 17.25. Total time – 1h 10m 18s. SENIOR MEN [C team] 105th & 24th Masters – Euan McInnes 14.44, Sandy Orr 17.33, Stig Walsh 20.31, John Robertson 18.49....
Despite having her season curtailed by injury, Hannah Steel still put enough points on the board to finish 3rd in the Scottish Highland Games Association Youth Girls League for races over 400 metres. Hannah was presented with her award at the S.H.G.A. annual Awards Dinner in Glenrothes by former top...