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  • Visually Impaired Runner Takes On Men’s 10K

    28 AUG

    Gus McLeodThe inaugural Edinburgh Men’s 10K will take place on 1 November and for one participant the race is part of an amazing transformation. Gus McLeod, from Lochend, began losing his sight at the age of 26, then, after losing three members of his family in quick succession, ballooned in weight to 19 stone as a result of comfort eating.

  • New Hill Race Set For September

    27 AUG

    Ben ResipolRunners will have the chance to visit the beautiful Ardnamurchan peninsula on 19 September for the the inaugural Beinn Resipol Hill Race. The race sets off from Loch Sunart and meanders its way up and down the 845m summit over a total distance of 7.3 miles. 

  • Glen Coe Skyline Hits The Heights

    26 AUG

    Glen Coe SkylineThe inaugural Glen Coe Skyline was hailed a success with 148 competitors tackling the highly-anticipated sky running event on Saturday (22 August). Fears that participants would get in the way of hill-walkers and climbers were proved unfounded with many stopping to cheer the athletes as they ran past. 

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  • Steeled For Action

    26 AUG

    Gemma SteelShe might be an internationally-acclaimed runner, but European Cross Country Champion Gemma Steel is anything but the archetypal elite athlete. Unlike nearly every other top runner, she is as reluctant to race on the track as even the most standard of joggers. 

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