XC Grand Prix at halfway stage as athletes race for £4000 prize money

Saturday 30th December 2023

Central AC’s Jamie Crowe and Edinburgh AC’s Kirsty Walker are current leaders of the Scottish XC Grand Prix (photos by Bobby Gavin)

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The Scottish Cross Country Grand Prix is at the halfway stage as athletes compete for a total of £4000 in prize-money.

Jamie Crowe of Central AC and Kirsty Walker of Edinburgh AC are our current leaders with the points now tallied for the Lindsays Short Course XC at Lanark and the Lindsays District XC Champs.

The remaining races are the Inter-District XC Champs at Renfrew in January followed by the Lindsays National XC at Falkirk in February.

Crowe leads the men’s division with the maximum 100 points and is followed by Duncan Robinson (Giffnock North) on 83 and third-placed Ross Gollan (East Sutherland) on 50.

Cambuslang athlete Jamie MacKinnon is fourth on 48 points and then there are five men all tied on 43 points – Scott Stirling (Falkirk Victoria Harriers), Eddie Narbett (Carnethy), Andy Butchart (Central AC), James Wilson (Moray Road Runners), Seyd Taha Ghafari (Shettleston).

Walkers leads the women’s division with 93 points and is followed by Eve Mackinnon (Cambuslang) on 70 points and Nynke Mulholland-Stummer (Inverclyde AC) 59.

Eloise Walker (Edinburgh AC) and Catriona Graves (Highland Hill Runners) are tied on 50 points in fourth place.

Thanks to all the Senior athletes and clubs who are supporting the Scottish Cross Country GP via their entries for these key races.

Full details on the Cross Country GP

With thanks to Angela Mudge

Tags: Jamie Crowe, Kirsty Walker, Scottish Cross Country GP

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