Monday, February 28, 2011

PHOTOS

PHOTOS

Pictures of yesterday’s leg of the Borders XC (our very own “home” fixture) can be viewed here: https://picasaweb.google.com/bobmarshall01/DUNBARCC2011#

Friday, February 25, 2011

YELLOW TOP

YELLOW TOP

Did you have a nice long sleeve yellow running top with you last night (Thursday 24th)?

Did you take it off and hang it up on one of the handy new posts that have sprung up [very] close to the track?

Did you go home and leave it there?

Would you like it back?

If the answer to all these is “yes” then please get in contact with Anne or Stuart.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

5 and 10K

Hi
 
We're holding our 5th Deafblind Scotland Canal Run on 16th April, starting at Bishopbriggs Leisuredrome.  Maybe you'd like to join us along the leafy paths of the Forth and Clyde Canal in East Dunbartonshire. 
 
Visit www.deafblindscotland.org.uk  to find out more and enter the race.  Alternatively, please call Drena, Linda or Jill on 0141 776 7895 for more information and entry forms.
 
Thanks
 
Jill Macdonald
 
Events Administrator
Deafblind Scotland
21 Alexandra Avenue
Lenzie
G66 5BG
 

Friday, February 11, 2011

RUN4IT - HALLHILL, 8th MARCH


Please note that runners shop Run4it are going to be coming down to Hallhill on Tuesday 8th March.

They will be bringing with them a selection of running clothing and shoes that will be available to view (and buy) before or after the usual "town run".

Please remember to put a note of this in your diary. And bring your wallets/purses!!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Strip The Willow - After Running A Few Miles!

It's the Kintyre Way Relay, Scotland's only trailrunning event devoted to relay teams,
followed by Runners' Revels, Scotland's best post-race ceilidh!
 
Scenic 66-mile course shared between your team of 6, or fanatics can do 66-mile ultra.
 
Friendly welcome and yummy nosh at 4 different village halls along the way.
 
Full details, maps, etc on www.kintyrewayrelay.co.uk

Monday, February 07, 2011

Forfar Race

Neil Jones says,

 

"Sheila and I were the only E Lothian runners in the Forfar Multi Terrain Half Marathon .   An enjoyable though demanding race , involving thigh deep water for several hundred yards and a long hill climb between miles 9 and 10 . Recently acquired info re my Lactate threshold gave me a good excuse to stop running and walk up the hill !  I was 63rd with 1hr 52  and Sheila was 112th with 2 16 44."




Thursday, February 03, 2011

Ian's visit to Hampden: Photos


Ian and Neil recently went for "fitness assessment" testing at Hampden, to be put through their paces by Graeme Jones.
Here's some photos of Ian's testing.....