A number of Kilbarchan athletes competed in the annual representative match at Loughborough at the weekend.
Martin Lipton beat his own Kilbarchan club record for the 400M Hurdles, time 51.33 seconds with Connor Henderson also having a fine run, time 52.47 seconds. Anthony Young ran a speedy 48.55 seconds for the 400m and Jemma Reekie, representing GB Juniors, ran close to her best for the 3000metres, time 9.30.82. Continue reading Press Release, Tues 23 May 2017
The first Stirling Marathon took place yesterday and we had 4 runners competing and all performed exceptionally well.
Sharon Hastie made her marathon debut with an impressive 3:28:52 to finish 410th.
Giovanni Pagliocca had a really solid run in 3:47:15, while Martin Dougall & Katrina Kynaston both finished in 3:49:19.
Jemma Reekie made her GB international debut at the Loughborough International Athletics hosted at the Paula Radcliffe Athletics Stadium on Sunday.
Impressive early season form saw Jemma don a GB vest for the first time (but certainly not last) and put in an good performance to finish 4th in the women’s 3000m.
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Congratulations to Jemma, her coach and family on this selection and performance.
The West District Track and Field Championships were staged at Kilmarnock last weekend and Kilbarchan Athletic Club had a number of successes.
Andrew Murphy won two senior titles, the Long Jump clearing 6.57metres, also the Pole Vault with a 4.50metres clearance, while Krishawn Aiken won the 200m in 21.4 seconds and Martin Lipton won the 400m Hurdles, time 53.27 seconds.
Mia Shepherd won the Ladies 100m Hurdles (18.06) and in the under 20s girls competition, Erin Campbell won the sprint Hurdles (15.84s), Kerry MacAngus won the 800m ( 2.13.18) and the 1500m (4.32.71), Heather Fawcett won the Hammer (39.30m) and Ellie Fulton won the Javelin (36.36m)
In the under 17s age groups, Kirsty Costello was a double winner taking the girls Javelin with 34.70m and the Hammer (50.86m) while for the boys, David McNair won the 800m, 2.01.94 and Cameron Stark won the Hammer (40.49m).
Route Details – map below
Start Location – Torr Road, Bridge of Weir Cycle Path
If you intend running please fill out the following form to register and submit a recent 5k/10k time to work out the handicaps.
Entrants will be asked to arrive by 7pm to confirm intention to run with the first runner starting at 7:30pm.