SVHC Road Relays; Glasgow XC session; Caithness job

Tuesday 15th January 2019

SVHC website

Masters athletes are advised that the LSK Road Relays organised by the Scottish Veteran Harriers Club take place on Sunday 27 January.

As usual, Strathclyde Park in Motherwell is the venue for what is always a very popular event in the road running calendar for many athletes.

Entry details are as follows:

Men’s teams (V35+) £30 per team; Men’s teams (V50+) £30 per team. Both of these are four-stage.

Women’s teams (three-stage) £22.50 per team.

The closing date for this event is on Saturday 19 January and entry forms are on the SVHC website


The Glasgow Athletics Association Endurance Group cross country training sessions have two remaining dates this winter – with the next session this Saturday (January 19).

These sessions are a great way to prepare for the Lindsays National XC coming up at Falkirk on Saturday 23 February and also offer coaches a good chance to meet and chat informally.

Pollok Park in Glasgow is the venue this Saturday and athletes should be warmed up and ready to run at 10.30am. All the sessions are open to U15 athletes and above.

Here’s the two remaining sessions:

Saturday 19 January at Pollok: 10 min tempo; 10 x 1min/1min recovery; 10 min tempo

Saturday 9 February at Tollcross Park: up to 8 x 4 min with 2 min recovery

Clubs: Register now for Entry forms for Falkirk


Club Together Officer – Caithness AC

Organisation: Caithness AC and scottishathletics

Closing Date: 4 February 2019

Fixed-term – 12 months (potential for extension)
Salary – £3,582 (7.5 hours per week)

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Caithness AAC for a new Club Together Officer to join the club as part of scottishathletics Club Together programme.

Club Together is a fundamental project within Scotland’s national strategy for athletics, Building a Culture of Success, placing a key focus on supporting the development of athletics clubs in the country.

Caithness Amateur Athletic Club (CAAC) has been in existence for over 55 years and has provided local athletes with the opportunity to take part in athletics at local, regional and national levels. CAAC’s

Tags: Caithness AAC, Glasgow XC

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