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Last race claimed: Buckland Burn Up
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With just two weeks until the Great Women’s 10K, possibly Scotland's most iconic race, event organisers were blazing a 'call to arms' across Glasgow last night. An innovative marketing campaign saw the Science Centre, the Clyde Auditorium aka the Armadillo (pictured), the Riverside Museum and Kelvingrove Art Gallery lit up in spectacular fashion.
The most northerly 10K on the British mainland – Castle of Mey 10K – returns for its eighth hosting on Sunday (29 May). Around 300 competitors will head to Caithness for the event held by North Highland Harriers’.
Britain’s leading age-group athletes achieved an impressive medal count in the European Masters Championships, held in hot conditions in Monte Gordo, Portugal last weekend. GB Masters were fourth on the medals table (46) behind Spain (86), Germany (65) and Portugal (64). The British haul included 20 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze medals.
With the peak of summer looming, it is a glorious time for runners who like to be choosy about when they run.
|Race date||Race name|
|Wed 1 Jun||GB Relay|
|Wed 1 Jun||Corstorphine AAC 5 Mile Road Race|
|Wed 1 Jun||Hill of Tarvit 5 Mile Race|
|Fri 3 Jun||Black Rock 5 - TBC|
|Sat 4 Jun||Asics Stockholm Marathon|