26 October 2015Ruth Howie, Nick Gough and Gary Brock ran in the 38-mile ultra, the 10k and the half-marathon at the Jedburgh Running Festival, with satisfying performances ll round.
26 October 2015The Harriers men's V50 team took 2nd place at the Scottish National Cross Country Relays at Cumbernauld, with terrific performances from Wattie Mackay, Patrick O'Kane and Colin Lamont. The men's senior team included three of our upcoming youngsters to finish in 64th place overall, but unfortunately a technical glitch prevent the men's V40 team recording a finishing time.
26 October 2015Will Manners and Roger Goddard took 4th place in the A Category at the 2015 Original Mountain Marathon in the hills above Tweedsmuir in the Scottish Borders, covering about 60km and climbing nearly 5000m.
19 October 2015Andy Aitken took on his third marathon of the year at the Loch Rannoch Marathon, finishing in 16th position in a personal best time of 3.36.40, taking 9 minutes off his previous best.
19 October 2015A small but determined group made it to the first of the East District Cross country series at Stirling University on October 17, with boys and men in most of the age group categories and Cathy Tilbrook flying the flag for the women.
06 October 2015Ruth and Cathy took on the very tough challenge of the Glen Coe Marathon, through 26 miles of demanding terrain. First Harrier home was Ruth, in her usual irrepressible form, back after a knee injury, to finish in 4.54, with Cathy not far behind, fighting off cramp to finish in 5.14.
05 October 2015Harriers at the Great Scottish Run weekend recorded fine performances over 2.5k, 10k and half marathon distances. Stand-out performance was Wattie's 1st MV50 in a new personal best time of 35.40. This moves him up to the top 10 in Scotland for 10k times this year.
05 October 2015Paul, Wendy and Susan enjoyed a trip to Jersey to take in a family wedding and the Jersey Marathon. Ideal training for the Glen Ogle 33!
29 September 2015Nic, Sandy and Lauren had a good day out at the East Neuk 10k at Anstruther, with Sandy first Harrier home in 27th position in 39.33.
29 September 2015Four Harriers made the trip north for the Loch Ness Marathon, with Phil T leading the way in 3.32.07, Colin putting in a great effort to finish 4th in the MV70 category, and Beth making her marathon debut, raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
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