Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
We are currently planning Sport Relief 2008 and are recruiting
athletics and running clubs to organise Sainsbury's Sport Relief Miles
around the UK.
Sport Relief 2008: Warming up nicely
Friday 14th – Sunday 16th March 2008 will see three days of
entertainment, events and energy designed to challenge the entire
Sport Relief is back and one thing is already for certain: It's going
to be even bigger and better than before.
Your chance to be a part of the team
At the heart of the weekend will be the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile.
Last time round over 200 of our Mile events were organised in local
communities by people like you. This year we need your club to get
Organising a Mile event can be an incredible experience - helping to
raise the profile of the club, whilst bringing the local community
together to be part of a huge, national campaign. And if that wasn't
enough you will also be helping raise money to transform lives here in
the UK and across the world's poorest countries.
Join forces with Sport Relief
And if it all sounds a lot to take on then don't worry we will be here
for you every step of the way. As well as providing you with loads of
event materials, posters and giving you your own section on our
website we also look after all of the event registration so that you
can concentrate on making your event as successful as possible.
To find out more about what is involved and to apply to be an
organiser go to www.sportrelief.com or call me on the number below.
Looking forward to hearing from you
Mile Events Co-ordinator
Phone: 0207 820 6951
Cross-Country Series on Sunday. Norham Running Club hosted the first
event in the calendar with a challenging course combining some steep
climbs, water crossings and muddy terrain.
Dunbar juniors were well represented with Alex Noble coming in 4th
overall in a time of 11:35 with Cameron Law building on his previous
good performance with a time of 12:52, followed by Lewis Ross in
13:15. Hamish Law (14:03), Nicole Turner (14:46), Joanne Lindsay
(15:18), Andrew Taylor (15:54), Joe Kowbel (16:25), Katie Proudfoot
(16:30), Gemma Bolton (16:49), Rachel Lindsay (17:27), Isabelle Taylor
(17:56), Kirsty Wilson (19:11), Megan Mclaren (19:17), Rebecca Turner
(19:53), Katrina Maguire (20:36), Claire Denholm (21:44) and Daniel
Sharp (22:00) all put in excellent performance.
In the senior race Ian Sills of Dunbar came in 5th overall in a time
of 24:21; with Stuart Hay taking 15th place in 25:33 and Grant Noble
close behind in 25:37. Club mates Stuart Symington, Richard Taylor
and Colin Menzies finished seconds behind, with new addition to the
club, Andrew Crichton finishing his first race 2 seconds behind Colin
in an impressive 26:30. Other Dunbar runners were Ross Combe, Steve
Pattison, Lauren Peffers, Neil Teather, Anne Hay, Mary Pattison,
Douglas Denholm and Scott Turner, who was also competing in his first
Well done everyone - hope you didn't take too much of the Norham
course back home with you!
Friday, November 09, 2007
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
this Sunday 11th at 10:30, HELP have extended an invitation to us and
Musselburgh. The run starts from Long Yester Farm and is followed by
lunch at the Goblin Ha' in Gifford. Just hope the weather stays