All roads will lead to Cumbernauld later this month for the start of the Lindsays Cross Country Season – and the eagerly-awaited Lindsays National XC Relays.
The undulating grounds of Cumbernauld House in North Lanarkshire are once again the venue for an event which is among the most popular in the whole calendar of athletics in Scotland.
And entries are now open for the big event – which takes place on Saturday 26 October – with national titles up for grabs for teams in four races.
For the first time, we are taking entries from clubs via an online system and we need those with us before the closing date of midnight on Thursday 10 October. No late entries will be accepted.
Club Portal page (access via log-in details)
Information on how to submit entries through the new CLUB PORTAL has been communicated to all Club Secretaries last week (dated September 16).
Team Managers should contact their Club Secretary for information on how to submit entries online on behalf of the club on or after this date. All entries for this event from all clubs must be submitted online.
Important Information for Team Entries:
Athletes who compete in a scottishathletics championship MUST be current members of scottishathletics on the day of the race. SA numbers must be quoted on the entry form, as per UKA Rule 21.
Athletes who are submitted without a valid membership or out of date membership cannot be added after the closing date.
The Senior Men’s race podium last year as Central AC took the team golds (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Young Females and Young Males declarations open at 10am; Women’s and Men’s declarations open at 11.15am
12.00: Young Females (Declarations Close 11.30)
12.40: Young Males (Declarations Close 12.10)
13.20: Sen/Jun Females (Declarations Close 12.50)
14.45: Sen/Jun Males (Declarations Close 14.15)
Senior/Junior and Master Men will run four Laps – Masters M50 will run three laps only.
Senior/Junior Women will run four Laps – Masters Women and W50+ will run three laps as in previous years.
The victorious Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds team celebrate Senior Women’s team golds at Cumbernauld last year (photo by Bobby Gavin)