27 February 2017Maddy storms to an impressive 10th position in the under-20 women's race at the muddy National Cross-country championships in Falkirk, while Will takes 2nd MV50. Kerry wins the women's club cross-country championship. while Phil and Iain share the men's prize.
27 February 2017Nic and Lauren enjoyed splashing through water and mud at the 3rd Trailbusters race in Fife. Nic was 8th woman (3rd FV45), with Lauren not far behind as 10th woman.
27 February 2017Alistair braves the mud, the wind, the rain and the hills at the Glentress trail half marathon. "very muddy, very wet and very hilly half"
20 February 2017Iain and Nic battle for honours in the Devilla 15k, with Lauren, Julia and Alistair working hard to complete a good day out.
20 February 2017Patrick and Mary O'Kane performed well at the Glasgow University 5 mile road race, with Patrick recording a swift 30.10 to finish 2nd MV50 and 25th overall. Mary continues her return to fitness with a time of 49.34.
13 February 2017Emily, Ben and Rhian take on snow and driving winds for a memorable day out at the Carnethy 5 hill race. Emily was first Harrier home 1.15.08, (15th woman), with Ben Murphy not far behind in 1.17.24 (95th) and Rhian Evans in 1.19.49 (28th woman)
29 January 2017Men's V50 team of Will, Patrick and Wattie took the silver at the National Masters Cross Country Championship in Dundee. In the MV65 category, Iain finished a very good 11th. Roger was first Harrier home in 44th position overall with good runs from Gary and Gordon.
29 January 2017Ben Murphy took an excellent 3rd place at the Buchlyvie with an outstanding new personal best time of 36.54 in challenging conditions and a couple of shoelace issues. Hopefully this is just the start of a terrific racing year for Ben.
29 January 2017Lynne and Andy Aitken enjoyed some Spanish sunshine at the Murcia Marathon and 10k. Making the most of the warmth, both Lynne and Andy scored big personal best times, with Lynne coming home in 50.03 in the 10k and Andy in 3.29.26.
29 January 2017Despite icy conditions underfoot which led to a shortened course, Mark Dillon, Nicola Watson, Lauren Fairweather and Julia Greenlees had a successful Sunday morning trip to Balbirnie Park for the second race in the Falkland Trail Runners Trail Busters winter series. Mark was first Harrier home in 20.48, with Ladies team captain leading the women home in 22.14, with Lauren not far behind in 23.31 and Julia in 24.47.
Select a year and month from the headings below to view news items from that month.