Monday, 25 September 2006

Two Breweries

23rd September 2006
18 miles, 5200ft
Results  |  Westies Reports
Easily my worst race of the year so far. Finished almost 35 minutes slower than last year in by far my slowest ever time with 3:43:26. I knew something was seriously wrong at Glenrath. After crossing Manor Water I realised that the wheels had fallen off, and braced myself for a long slow painful trudge to the end. Descending from Dead Wives Grave I was feeling so rubbish I was half thinking of packing it in at Stobo, but then again this wouldn't serve any useful purpose, and I wasn't keen to get into the habit of dropping out of races. So after a minute or so of quiet despair at Stobo I decided to continue at more or less walking pace from there to the end.
Race Profile Route Map Group on first climb Chris - not feeling so great Chris - not feeling so great Elke Schmidt - 1st lady Graham Kelly Dave Calder Broughton War Memorial Broughton Village

Sunday, 17 September 2006

Strathclyde Loch 10k

17th September 2006
My first race and proper run since dropping out of the Mont Blanc Ultra three weeks ago. Not really race-fit at the moment, so found it harder than I was expecting. Ran most of the second half with Bellahouston's Andy Birnie, and finished 5 seconds behind Andy in 37:22. Robert Gilroy of Cambuslang won the race in 31:54, with City of Glasgow's Susan Finch finishing 1st lady in 37:47.
Profile of the race Robert Gilroy at Tom Scott 2006 Strathclyde Loch Strathclyde Loch Strathclyde Loch Strathclyde Loch

Thursday, 14 September 2006

South Street Sunset

14th September 2006
Strange sunset over South Street in Glasgow this evening.
South Street Sunset South Street Sunset South Street Sunset

Monday, 11 September 2006

Comrie Hills Relay

10th September 2006
Strathearn Website  |  Results  |  Photos
Warm sunny weather for the inaugural Comrie Hills Relay.
Host club Strathearn Harriers won the event, with Fife winning first ladies team.
The Start Strathearn leading Leg 2 Strathearn leading Leg 3 Strathearn leading Leg 4 Strathearn at the finish line in first place

Saturday, 9 September 2006

Loch Lomond

8th September 2006
After Janice Mudge's funeral, I went for a quiet wander part way up Ben Lomond to watch the sunset.