The countdown is on to the return to Falkirk next month and our first Lindsays National XC for two years!
Entries are open to clubs and to individual athletes for the big event on Saturday 26 February at Callendar Park.
It’s been a hugely popular venue over a number of years and we’re hoping for big entry fields once again in 2022.
The last visit, in February 2020, was memorable for all involved as severe weather made our pre-event planning difficult and conditions were tough on the day itself – for those racing, spectating or desperately hanging onto gazebos in high winds!
But the #SALtogether atmosphere was superb and February 26 will mark the highpoint of the Lindsays Cross Country Season after exciting national events so far at Scone Palace in Perth and Lanark Racecourse.
Entries close on Thursday 10 February so we would ask clubs to start gathering names and make submissions to us via the club portal on the page here.
Central AC’s Jamie Crowe celebrates his first Scottish Senior title win in the Lindsays National XC at Falkirk two years ago (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Here are a few more details ahead of entering the Lindsays National XC for Saturday 26 February at Falkirk (with more information on the entry page on the Event section of this site)
All entries must be submitted online, through the club portal or as individuals
No late entries will be accepted. If you experience online entry problems, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight on the closing date.
We need all entries in by midnight on Thursday 10 February, please.
U13: Born between 1 Sept 2008 – 31 Aug 2010
U15: Born between 1 Sept 2006 – 31 Aug 2008
U17: Born between 1 Sept 2004 – 31 Aug 2006
U20: Born between 1 Sept 2001 – 31 Aug 2004
Mhairi Maclennan of Inverness Harriers won the Senior Women’s race in 2020 for her second gold in this event with Annabel Simpson of Fife AC taking silver as Moira Stewart of Cambuslang landed the bronze (photo by Bobby Gavin)