Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Girvan AAC Half Marathon

The half marathon this year is on Sunday 12th July from Hamilton Park, Girvan. 

For further details please visit the club website www.girvanathleticclub.co.uk.  Pre registration or registration on the day.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Club Championships - Scores On The Doors ... (so far)

The 2015 list of club championship races has been decided and the first few races have been and gone.
Find out who is where, so far, by looking at the link to your right.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Orienteering for Juniors

East Lothian Orienteers are hosting a Wednesday Evening Park series this summer. 

Pete Younger has planned each of these events so that there is an easy course suitable for beginners and juniors totally within the park, and a longer course for adults which will go outside into the surrounding area. Each event will have a simple format; competitors will receive a map with the controls marked on it, and will be asked to match these with the traditional orientering kites. Start times will between 6-7pm. There may be a small entry fee to be paid on the day. 

Wednesday Evening Park Series:

Wednesday 29th April - Prestongrange Museum and Morrison's Haven
Wednesday 20th May - North Berwick Lodge Grounds
Wednesday 3rd June - Neilson Park, Haddington
Wednesday 17th June - Polson Park and Tranent West

For more informaiton please go to http://www.elo.org.uk/events/



Spire Dunbar 10K - Final Results

Well done to all runners who took part in the Spire Dunbar 10k race last week.
Conditions were pretty good for running (sorry about the hill though).

The final results can be found HERE.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Rowan Boland Memorial Trust and Gala Harriers Annual Event

The Annual Rowan Boland Memorial Trust and Gala Harriers junior race, fun run, 5k and 10k race will take place on Friday 1st May 2015 at Meigle Park, Galashiels. 

We continue to encourage club members, friends and families to support this fantastic event to raise money for this worthwhile Trust supporting junior sportspeople in the Scottish Borders. 

There is a junior fun run were everyone gets a medal, taking place at 6pm, a family fun walk/jog/run and 5k race at 6:15 and a measured 10k trail/road race at 7pm so there is an event suitable for everyone. The junior fun run is £2 to enter - the other events £5, with registration at the Cricket Club at Meigle Park from 5pm.

Saturday, April 04, 2015

Family Fun Run

Well done to everyone who took part - some great sprint finishes today.

Sam Glass

11

11:05

Cameron Miles

14

11.18

Calum McCulloch

11

11:48

Kenneth Mathieson

12

11:57

Robbie Anderson

12

12:00

Morgan Laird

9

12:15

Amy Paul

9

12:21

Patrick Fraser

11

13:23

James Spivey

9

13:49

Toby Ralph

8

14:15

Joe Fraser

9

14:19

Ruben Spivey

11

14:49

Grace McCallum

8

14:53

Dylan Kirkwood

11

15:15

Ewan Thomas

7

16:02

Lucy Thomson

9

16:10

Zoe Affleck

9

16:29

Ross Irvine

8

16:43

Ava Ross

8

17:29

Rory Wood

7

17:49

Evan Fraser

8

17:53

Sophie Campbell

8

17:54

Amber Fraser

5

18:03

Megan Fitch

7

18:24

Louise Newcombe

7

18:36

Aidan Beatty

9

19:18

Erin Beatty

7

19:54

Emily Fraser

8

20:23

Holly Shotton

8

20:24

Amy Fraser

Senior

20:28

Carly Richardson

8

20:41

Barney Thomas

5

21:02

Oliver Rhodes

5

23:08

Chris Rhodes

Senior

23:10

Alan Coates

Senior

23:15

Liam Coates

4

23:15

Stacy Williams

Senior

23:15

Ellie Miller

10

29:05

Rowan Grant

 

30:02

Spire Dunbar 10K - 2015

Please note that the entries for the 2015 Spire Dunbar 10k Race (04 April 2015 at 11:00am) are now open.

Details and online entry is available at ENTRY CENTRAL (Click here).
 
There will also be a Family Fun Run of 3K which will take place on the same day at 10:00am, also starting and finishing at Hallhill Sports Centre.  Entries for the 3K are on the day only and not pre-entry - £3 per entrant. Just turn up from 9:30 on the day to register for the 3K.

Check the "races" tab on this webpage for map and further details of the 10K.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Islay Single Malt Marathon

The second running of the Islay Single Malt Marathon will be held on September 20, 2015. It’s rated the most scenic marathon in the UK. Registration is now open:

http://www.lordsoftheisles.com/registration.html

 

The marathon will be limited to the first 100 to register. Once that number is reached, a wait list will be created for 20 more runners. Don’t delay; register now. The marathon (and a new bookwill raise funds for the Islay high school students on their biannual mission trip to a third world country.

Thursday, January 01, 2015

Black Bun Run


Twenty eight runners took part this year, with Mr Addie being the recipient of the black bun for the second year in a row. Thanks everyone for taking part and to Jim Herring for doing the timing.

James Addie                 8:17

Stuart Hay                     8:21

Nick Williamson           8:29  

Brian Davidson             8:59

Jamie Thomas               9:00

Jonathan Herring           9:02
 
Richard Taylor              9:04

Fraser Kelly                   9:05

Steve Pattison                9:57

Andy Anderson           10:04

Neil Jones                    10:12

Mark                            10:19

Neil                              10:26

Karen Page                  10:33

Jennifer Goldie            10:43

Marissa Kelly              11:28

Anne Hay                    11:33

Marjorie Kelly             11:37

Rhona Anderson         11:43

Robbie Anderson        11:43

Ian Rowland                11:51*

Frank Weissgerber      11:57

Theresa Davidson       13:00

Margaret Maxwell      13:32

Val Herring                 13:55

Sheila Morrison          13:55

Rebecca Valentine      14:49

Keith Mills                  17:47

*Late arrival.

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Black Bun Run

The Black Bun Run will take place on Hogmanay at 7:00 pm - the start and finish is just over from Feathers (formerly The Masons Arms), Belhaven, Dunbar.

This is a dash of just over a mile and is open to Dunbar Running Club members, their friends and family.  We have had several juniors taking part in the race over the years, but please be aware that there is a road crossing, so it is better that any younger runners have an adult accompanying them.

We usually have a drink or two in Feathers afterwards.

If anyone is available to do the time-keeping, please let Anne know before the event.