24 October 2016Harriers women take 27th position at the National cross-country relays at Cumbernauld, with the men taking 60th position with Olympic standard opposition.
17 October 2016Maddy Watson puts in a very good performance for 32nd position in the first of the East District cross-country league races, with father-and-son pairing Phil and Daniel Mestecky leading the men home.
10 October 2016Iain Thomson completes the Pentland Skyline hill race, completing the 16 miles and 6200 ft of ascent in 4.12.16.
09 October 2016Aaron Dawson takes an excellent 5th place at the Meall nanTarmachan hill race to move him into 3rd position in the men's championship. Andy Gallagher puts in a strong performance to stay in 2nd place, and Mark Dillon continues his 100% record in this year's championship. Rowan Dillon runs well as the lone women's representative from the club.
09 October 2016Wendy Taylor continues her golden summer with a new half marathon pb of 1.32.38 and 1st in her age category. Lauren Fairweather sets her new half marathon pb, Mark Dillon continues his 100% championship record, and Tony Wayte sets a season's best for the distance.
05 October 2016Harriers joined Olympic star Callum Hawkins at the GSR half marathon, with good times from Richard Collingwood, Andy Scott, Jim Alexander, Nicola Watson, Sonja McFadden, Graeme Aitken, Janine Grant, and Lauren Fairweather. In the 10k, the club was represented by Charlie Grimson finishing just outside the top 100, with Maddy Watson getting back near her best, and Janice Scott making a welcome return.
04 October 2016Doug Flint ran the Glencoe marathon, from the west end of Glencoe to Fort William, finishing in 4.39.01, in 7th position in the V50 category. Angie Leckie ran the half marathon, from Kinlochleven to Fort William, in 2.53.18, in 5th position in her age category.
27 September 2016Patrick O'Kane took on the flat, fast Linlithgow 10K, finishing in a very good time of 38.15 - 3rd MV50 and 15th overall in a field of nearly 600 runners.
26 September 2016Aaron Dawson leads the Harriers efforts at the Loch Ness Marathon with a very good 3.08.41. Andy Scott, running for Marie Curie, finished in 3.53.03, with Julia Greenlees completing in 4.13.03 and Colin Tipping finishing in 5.14.29.
26 September 2016Nicola Watson, Lauren Fairweather and Iain Thomson made the trip to Anstruther for running and cake at the East Neuk 10k. The running came first, with a challenging wind over half the out-and-back course. Iain headed the Harriers home in a time of 46.24, with Nicola in 47.44 and Lauren in 55.04, taking 10 minutes off her time from the same race last year.
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