Scotland teams have been selected for the Home Countries International XC in London next month.
We’re delighted to reveal the names of 16 athletes who will compete at Parliament Hill on Saturday 20 January.
Races are in the British Cross Challenge and the Home Countries event will see our Scotland athletes pitched against opposition from England, Wales and Northern Ireland at Senior and U20 level.
Kirsty Walker (Edinburgh AC); Lynn McKenna (Shettleston Harriers/Glasgow Uni Hare and Hounds); Holly Page (Carnethy HRC); Scout Adkin (Moorfoot Runners)
Angus McMillan (City of York); Jamie Crowe (Central AC); Scott Stirling (Falkirk Victoria Harriers); Harry Henricksen (Lasswade AAC/Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds)
Millie McClelland Brooks (Inverclyde AC/Glasgow School of Sport); Natasha Phillips (Dundee Hawkhill Harriers); Jessica Inglis (Law and District AAC); Amy Teasdale (Kilbarchan AAC)
Connor Bell (Central AC/Glasgow Uni Hare and Hounds); Logan Beagley (Livingston AC); Craig Shennan (Giffnock North); Hamish McKay (Aberdeen AAC)
Lynn McKenna in action for GB and NI at the Euro Cross (photo by Gary Mitchell)
We offer our warm congratulations to all those selected and to their families, coaches and clubs. Winning a Scotland vest is a tangible reward for commitment to the sport and in many cases years of hard work and dedication.
Once again it is good to see so many clubs represented across these selections, including our University clubs who also have a key role in developing athletes at an important stage.
A number of those picked were previously announced by us for Scotland duty at the Celtic Nations XC at Renfrew on Saturday 13 January and thus face two consecutive weekends of international duty.
The Senior races at Parliament Hill are also trials for the World Cross coming up in March 2024.
Craig Shennan of Giffnock North and Amy Teasdale of Kilbarchan AAC are among our U20 selections for London (pictured here in Janaury 2023 by Bobby Gavin)
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