Saturday (11 January) saw the first big race action of the new year with Stirling's Great Run double header. In the televised Great Stirling Cross Country local hero Laura Muir made full use of the glory leg in the mixed relay to lead GB to victory. Although it was Europe who retained the overall title.
Guided trail running company Girls on Hills Ltd, based in Glencoe, launched the first ever women's-only skyrunning course this New Year's Eve, only to have it sell out in just 24 hours. Another course is now planned for July.
For most race organisers, one event a year is plenty. But not for Chris Gray.
Run Garioch’s six charity partners were all in the frame yesterday (Wednesday, 9 January) as they urged runners to help them raise much needed funds by taking part in the popular running event, held each year in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.
One of Scotland's big running dates of the year is approaching fast. As recreational runners make their final preparations for the inaugural Simplyhealth Great Castle Run, a field of top internationals get ready for the Simplyhealth Great Stirling XCountry.
Runners of all ages looking for a new challenge in the New Year are welcome to join the Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club (ESOC) at their local event this Saturday (12 January).
Scotland’s 2019 road-running season got off to a bright start on Wednesday (2 January) in Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire at the first 10k of the year.
The Wave Horizon 2 is Mizuno’s offering to that very demanding group of runners who want it all: moderate to severe overpronators who need lots of stability, but who also crave maximum cushioning in a high-mileage, everyday road shoe. I’m one of them. And being in need of new trainers to start me off on the long road to Boston Marathon in the spring, I decided to try them out.