Jedburgh Running Festival

Teviotdale Harriers were well represented at Sundays Jedburgh Running Festival, both competing and organising.

Bruce Hughes (half), Lauren Corbett and Derek ‘Degsy’ Scott (both 10k) before competing at the Jedburgh Running Festival.

Anna Galbraith emerged victorious in the women’s 10k race, Lisa Welsh competed in her first race for the club and Bruce Hughes smashed his PB in the half-marathon. Continue reading Jedburgh Running Festival

Parking For The Scottish XC Relays

PLEASE NOTE that there is no parking at Cumbernauld High School this year. Parking is at St Maurice’s High School in Cumbernauld and there will be a shuttle bus service to the course – please allow a little more time when planning your arrival.

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Victory Galore at Dramathon

Teviotdale Harriers were the toast of the Dramathon last weekend, returning with victories, unique medals, memories and whisky aplenty.

A mini bus full of giddy runners made the long journey north to Dufftown, deep in the heart of Scotch Whisky, to take part in a race with a difference. The Dramathon, organised by Durty Events, was a brand new idea that offered four races around one course. Continue reading Victory Galore at Dramathon

Anderson and Welsh put on a show at Alwinton

Irvine Welsh, Derek McHugh and Rory Anderson headed over the Border to the 151st Alwinton Show. Nestled deeply amidst the scenic Northumberland National Park, the annual sheep show, terrier racing, Cumberland wrestling and hound trails had all locals geared up for an exciting day.

However, it was the fiery quick 3 mile Fell Race that the three boys from Hawick were there to compete in.

Leaving early Saturday morning, Derek (due to a knee injury) was designated chauffeur but this proved not to be the end of his jobs for the day. He assumed many important roles, ranging from kit man, binocular and position finder to cheese and tomato sandwich making machine and paramedic/first aider. Continue reading Anderson and Welsh put on a show at Alwinton

The athletics club for Hawick and area since 1889.