Sunday 28 January 2007

Bellahouston 4k Cross Country

28th January 2007
Results:  Men  |  Women
Photos:  Women's race  |  Men's race
2 laps of Bellahouston Park. The men's race was won by Alastair Hay of Central AC in 12:28, with Mark Pollard 2nd and former winners Robert Russell and Simon Plummer 3rd and 4th. Morag Maclarty also of Central AC pipped Catriona Morrison in the last 20 metres to win the ladies race in 15:12. I finished 48th (and 7th vet) in 14:46.
Race Route Start of Men's Race New look vest!! Race winner - Alastair Hay The Finish Start of Women's race

Saturday 27 January 2007

Devil's Burdens Relay

27th January 2007
Bright fine weather in Fife today. Carnethy were clear winners in the men's race, with Carnegie 2nd, and Ochils 3rd. Westerlands finished 4th, just ahead of Fife Vets after a close battle the whole race. In their first ever Burdens race, Bellahouston Road Runners finished with 1st ladies' team and 6th men's team.
Race Profile Race Route The Start in Falkland Climbing East Lomond Climbing East Lomond Finishing Leg 1 Manny after Leg 1 Murdo and Dave - Leg 1 Emma Birnie - Leg 1 Tom Bertulis - Leg 1 Stewart Whitlie passing Sandy Bennet on Leg 3 Adam Ward - Leg 3 Adam Ward & Stewart Whitlie - Leg 3 Adam Ward & Stewart Whitlie - Leg 3 Stuart Simpson & Paul Fettes - Leg 3 Paul Fettes - Leg 3 Tom Scott - Leg 3 Damon and David - Leg 3 Damon and David - Leg 3 Andy Birnie & Colin McGill - Leg 3 John Stephenson - Leg 3 Lars Ottemoller - Leg 4 Lars Ottemoller - Leg 4 Leg 4 Carnegie runner - Leg 4 The Finish in Falkland Brian Bonnyman Kenny Richmond Helen Stuart on Leg 4 Helen Stuart on Leg 4 Falkland

Friday 26 January 2007

Gallow Hill

26th January 2007, Moffat
Gallow Hill is a great place for hanging around watching the sunset.  Multimap Link
Killington Lake at sunrise Beech avenue up Gallow Hill Self-timer on Gallow Hill Sunset from Gallow Hill The way to Moffat Sunset over Moffat Duck Pond

Thursday 25 January 2007

Duddon Sands

25th January 2007, Near Barrow-in-Furness
Cold and cloudy, but just enough light from the half moon for a run along Duddon Sands in the dark. Quite slow - 47 minutes for 9km.

Adrian Callan

28/11/62 - 16/1/2007, Aged 44
My good friend and work colleague passed away last Tuesday after a 2½ year battle with leukaemia. Adrian was not only one of the nicest guys you would ever meet, but was also one of the top Scottish athletes during the 1980's - and one of the very few Scottish athletes to break the 4-minute mile barrier. An enormous number of people turned out to Adrian's funeral yesterday at Bishopbriggs.
Obituaries:   Evening Times  |  The Herald  |  Shettleston Harriers  |  SHR

Tuesday 23 January 2007

Ben More Video

Click the Play button below to watch 1 minute video from Ben More descent. Turn it up LOUD !!
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Sunday 21 January 2007

Ben More and Stob Binnein

21st January 2007
Near Crianlarich
Approx. 10km / 1350m
Photo Gallery
Snowy outing on Ben More and Stob Binnein with Steffen. Fairly pleasant conditions with little or no wind. Plenty of deep fresh snow on the lower slopes. More windblown and icy higher up.
Profile Route
Loch Iubhair Looking towards Crianlarich and Ben Lui Summit of Ben More Summit of Ben More Summit of Stob Binnein Descending Stob Binnein