Scottish Runners 2016

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9:23pm, 17 Jan 2017
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Duchess
Pot. Kettle. Black. *mwah*

I remember being handed a leaflet for that women's trail race last year, although I can't remember where (either an ultra finish line or a parkrun). It's not cheap but it's probably a much nicer event than race4life or the women's 10k. I think I might even have considered doing it if it hadn't clashed with the Cateran.
Jan 2017
9:26pm, 17 Jan 2017
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Maz Heeps
och I know I'm a hopeless flirt!
Jan 2017
9:34pm, 18 Jan 2017
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57.5 Degrees of Pain
Do we have a new home for 2017? Or are we giving up on our devolved thread and merging passively back in with RUK?
Jan 2017
9:50pm, 18 Jan 2017
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Old Croc
I think this calls for another neverendum
Jan 2017
9:59pm, 18 Jan 2017
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Duchess
God I couldn't bear that...

I have bypassed democracy. Come join me.

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/viewtopic.php?id=59564
Jan 2017
7:06am, 19 Jan 2017
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HappyG(rrr)
Yay Duchess. Was just thinking Scotland looks like it's a year behind and that's not right. Lol at no more referendums / da. :-) G
Jan 2017
5:09pm, 30 Jan 2017
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WildeRover
So - going back to the discussions on page 42.

It was short.
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Jan 2017
5:12pm, 30 Jan 2017
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WildeRover
Reading back, I think that those of us thought it might be short were settling on a distance of somewhere around 200m - apparently it was 149.7m short.

(Great Scottish Run in October 2016 - for those who can't be bothered tracking back)
Jan 2017
5:24pm, 30 Jan 2017
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The_Saint
Glasgow Half: I read back, I noticed that I had found someone had gone through Garmin data of people who had taken part - obviously no point in rehashing all the opinions on GPS but interesting to look at with the benefit of hindsight.
I make the actual course length as run 13.016 Miles
Miles : Number of readings
13.2+ : 13

13.15-13.2 : 14

13.1-13.15 : 52
13.0-13.1 : 194

12.9-13.0 : 29
Apr 2017
11:20am, 4 Apr 2017
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Maz Heeps
Any Scottish Fetchies gonna make it to the Aberdeen Fetch Mile on 16th april?

we can offer a more scenic afterwards run along aberdeen beach to make it worth your whiles?

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/viewracedetails.php?id=1363534

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Somewhere to blether about all things to do with Scottish running and races.

There are 26 regular parkruns in Scotland which are held every Saturday at 9:30am.

Current locations are Aberdeen, Ayr, Camperdown, Drumchapel, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Eglinton, Elgin, Ellon, Falkirk, Ganavan Sands, Greenock, Hazelhead, Inverness, Kirkcaldy, Linwood, Livingston, Perth, Pollock, Portobello, Springburn, St Andrews, Stonehaven, Strathclyde, Tollcross and Victoria.

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