There was a category win for the club’s ultra runner Shona Young. Running the Strathearn Marathon along with her brother Paul she finished leading female over-50 covering the 26.2 mile course which starts and finishes near the Cultybraggan Camp near Comrie in 3h 29m 43s which also placed her 27th...
On Sunday Sarah Inglis crossed the border from Canada to America to contest the Women’s 5000 metres at the Portland Track Festival in Oregon. Once again she excelled to finish in an excellent 4th place stopping the clock at 15m 41.29s which was over 7 seconds quicker than her previous best of...
Summary Club Championship current standings. MS – Josh Dack has one hand on the prize with a string on 1st places plus the best time at Livi parkun. M40 – Malcolm Lang leads with Colin Partridge potentially in a position to challenge. M50 – Kenny ahead, but Calum Ross, Jim Alexander...
Livingston parkrun A total of 222 runners took part. View full results for Livingston parkrun event #77 Position Gender Position parkrunner Club Run Time 1 1 Josh DACK Lothian RC 00:17:45 4 4 Scott NELSON Lothian RC 00:19:38 18 18 David MABON Lothian RC 00:21:22 21 1 Gillian GRANT...
CORSTORHINE 5 MILES ROAD RACE
13 & 1M40 Malcolm Lang 27.56
155 Paul Cackette 37.33
163 Jim Alexander 38.06
170 Alan Weir 38.39
230 Ian Leggett 51.33
ROUKEN GLEN 10K
251 Alan Robertson 50.18
Sarah Inglis had a good run in the Women’s 1500 metres at the Vic City Invite meet in Victoria British Columbia. In windy conditions in the Centennial Stadium,Sarah was 4th with a 4.12.99 in a blanket finish which saw only .67 of a second seperate the first four. The performance moves Sarah...
Edinburgh parkrun A total of 616 runners took part. View full results for Edinburgh parkrun event #397 Position Gender Position parkrunner Club Run Time 1 1 Michael Stewart FULLERTON Edinburgh AC 00:16:55 8 8 Robbie KENNEDY Lothian RC 00:17:51 17 1 Emma JOHNSON Edinburgh AC 00:18:26 322 250 Jonathan...
58 Shona Young 69 .04
59 Calum Ross 69. 06
44 & 6F Mel Zobel 42.24
89 Jim Alexander 47.47
Edel Mooney was first women, first vet and first local at the Killearn 10k Trail Race with her time of 41.01 also placing her 10th overall.