Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds won the Women’s race at Cumbernauld last year (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Calling all clubs! The Lindsays Cross Country Season for 2017-18 will kick-off with the National XC Relays – and once again we will have video footage from the event.
Cumbernauld House Park is the venue – for the 17th year – for this eagerly-anticipated and hugely popular event which draws athletes from the length and breadth of Scotland.
The Lindsays National XC Relays will take place this year on Saturday 28 October and we need entries to come in by post by clubs for the closing date of Monday 16 October. Or by email by 5pm that day email@example.com
And we can confirm once again that thanks to that essential financial support from Lindsays, we have been able to arrange again for our partners at Vinco to provide footage of the National XC Relays on their website runjumpthrow.com
This will be the fifth year in row we’ve had the Cumbernauld races filmed on a day which always brings together the family of athletics, with the championship races taking in boys and girls, men and women and from the U13 age group to the increasingly-competitive O50s race for Masters Men and Masters Women.
All the details are on the page on our Events section
Calling our scottishathletics Officials!
It is now time to request your availability for the winter 2017 indoor season. To do this, please fill out this Google Form, which as well as recording your own personal details has a list of meetings, which are planned for the coming season, please complete this at your earliest opportunity.
Once completed please ensure you click the “submit” button at the foot of the form and receive a confirmation screen message on your browser.
You will also receive a confirmation email that your submission has been received. If you do not see the confirmation message on your browser and receive the email please contact Rob Dalziel to check. The closing date for returns is Tuesday 15 October.
This information is also available on the Officials’ Availability page of the website.
Date: October 7/8 – both days 9.30am to 4pm
Venue: Grangemouth Stadium
Tutor: Phil Moreland and Darren Ritchie
Course Code 17AD2001
The development of fundamental movement patterns that underpin athletic activity, through formal assessment and exploring strategies to fix the broken movement.
Who should go on the course?
UKA Event Group Coaches, Level 3 and Level 4 Performance Coaches looking to broaden their knowledge and understanding in athletic development can also choose to attend as part of their continued professional development.
To book a place please download and complete the Coach Development Course Booking Form and return by post with payment to Coaching Team, Scottish Athletics, Caledonia House, South Gyle, Edinburgh, EH12 9DQ, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.