National Short Course Championships at Kirkcaldy

Fraser Clyne and Thomas MacAskill working hard.

National Short Course Report by Eilidh Jaffray

This year’s Lindsays scottishathletics NATIONAL SHORT COURSE XC CHAMPIONSHIPS saw fast and furious racing, hundreds of spectators and an Olympian. It was a crisp November day and the winter sun was shining on all in Kirkcaldy making it perfect conditions for a XC.

Katie Jaffray and Olympian Runner Laura Muir.

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East District League Race 1 – Stirling

Stirling Report by Eilidh Jaffray

On 21st October, record numbers turned up for the first round of the East District League in Stirling. In this there were seven Teviotdale Harriers competing in the grounds of the University including: Fraser Clyne, Maisie Ballantyne, Alister Biggar and Liam, Eilidh, Helene and Raymond Jaffray. Continue reading East District League Race 1 – Stirling

Borders XC Series, Race 1 – Lauder

The Borders Cross Country series got under way at Lauder last Sunday and a strong contingent of Harriers made the trip.

The hugely popular seven race winter series began on a glorious but chilly day under beautiful blue Border skies. An impressive 389 runners across numerous categories tackled a true cross country course which offered a little bit of everything. Continue reading Borders XC Series, Race 1 – Lauder

National Cross Country Championships

Teviotdale Harriers were well represented by 25 runners at the National Cross Country Relay Championships last Saturday, held once more in Cumbernauld Park.

The cream of Scottish cross country running was on display, resulting in fierce and fast competition with eight national titles up for grabs.

In blustery conditions around a course with a few sharp hills to sap the legs, the seven and a bit teams representing the club gave gutsy performances across all the categories with one or two standout runs amongst them. Continue reading National Cross Country Championships

The athletics club for Hawick and area since 1889.