National Cross Country Championships
Saturday 24 February 2018
Callendar Park, Falkirk
The major event of the winter season takes place this Saturday at Falkirk. The club has entered you for this event and expects you to run. You can travel by bus or directly.
Bus times are as follows:
Bridge of Weir 8.00am,
Beith Road Garage 8.15am,
Canal Street 8.30am,
Tesco Garage Renfrew Road 8.35.
Races start at 11.00.
Athletes travelling direct to Falkirk should be at the course by 10.00am.
The cost is £5 for all athletes. See the Scottish Athletics website for more information.
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Can all senior & U20 male & female athletes please confirm entry by filling in this form:
Closing date to confirm entry is: Sunday 11th March 2018
National Road Relay Championships
Sunday 25 March 2018
St Margaret’s Academy,
There is NO PARKING at St Margaret Academy.
Parking is available at Almondvale Stadium.
TIMETABLE CHANGES FOR 2018
MENS RACE WILL START AT 1200hrs
WOMENS RACE WILL START AT 1210HRS
All Declarations will close at 1130hrs
Jemma Reekie produced a fine run against some serious senior competition to claim 5th place at the Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
Nice Indoor PB for Kerry MacAngus in the women’s 1500m heats with Jemma Reekie advancing to the final in the first heat. The final is on Sunday at 1610 live on BBC online. #SPARIndoorChamps
First race will start at 3pm. (Declarations available in the Cabin from 14.30-15.00)
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Gemma Rankin retained her title on Sunday, when she won the Renfrewshire Road Race Championship at Greenock. Gemma covered the 5 miles distance, which included start at Battery Park and going the length of the Esplanade and back to the finish at Battery Park, in 27 minutes 48 seconds, repeating last year’s success ahead of Kilbarchan teammate and former winner Elspeth Curran, her time 28.15. With Elaine Eadie 4th, Kilbarchan easily won the team title. Holly Thompson was first under 20 in the county event and Caroline Cochran won the over 45s category.
There was also a Kilbarchan first for Sarah Lyle, who was an impressive winner of the under 11s girls race in 6 minutes 38 seconds and other medallists included Louise Hastie under 15 girls 2nd and Laine Alemu under 17 girls 2nd, leading Libby Sutherland and Leona Murray to team gold, while Cameron Corrigan was 3rd in the under 17 mens race.
Guest athlete Douglas Selman (Corstorphine AC) was first to finish in the Mens race with Scott MacAulay best placed Kilbarchan athlete finishing 3rd in the County Championship, in 25.33.