Saturday 6th January saw the Harriers congregate at the site of the as yet unopened new park cafe for the first race of 2018, the Langheugh writes Alex Corbett. Continue reading No public Loo at the start of the Langheugh
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Report by Paul Lockie
Thirteen Teviotdale Harriers travelled to Dunbar to compete in the second Border’s XC race of the season at beautiful White Sands beach. Continue reading Border’s XC Series Race 2 Dunbar
A strong contingent of twenty brave Harriers headed to Alloa, Fife to compete in race number 2 of the 3 part East District Cross Country Series writes Rory Anderson. The day of running was to be thoroughly entertaining with strong fields in all of the age grouped races along with a sprinkle of festive snow to make underfoot conditions an added challenge. The excitement from the widely age ranged harriers was felt as they departed from their minibus (kindly provided by Hawick Boxing Club) to an extremely busy Alloa High School, the events 5th consecutive year at this location. Continue reading Alloa East District Cross Country 25th November 2017
Derek rolls back the years with victory in the Harriers’ Burns Club Races writes Greg Walker.
Teviotdale Harriers enjoyed almost perfect conditions for their annual Burns Club Races which took place on Saturday. 46 Harriers competed over 5 races round Wilton Lodge Park, starting and finishing outside Hawick Burns Club. Continue reading Auld Lang Clyne
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.