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SaabSalomon Turbo-X Trail, Mugdock

Listed by Yano
, Glasgow G62 UK
21 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
ak0539 Carnegie Harriers 1:09:35 1:09:35 1:09:35 64.09
bambooman Unaffiliated 1:24:02 1:24:02 1:30:00 1:24:02
Bouncytime Westerlands Cross Country Club 1:45:00 1:45:00 1:45:00 47.38
cabey73 Unaffiliated 1:19:00 1:19:00 1:19:00 60.76
ChristopheD Bellahouston Road Runners 1:11:01 1:14:37 1:30:57 51.15
Claire L Westerlands Cross Country Club, Glasgow Triathlon Club 1:20:50 2:34:00 2:34:00
Dancing Boy Edinburgh Athletic Club, Jogscotland - Edinburgh Run4it 1:04:18 1:04:18 1:04:18 69.90
Elayne Falkirk Victoria Harriers 1:20:30 1:42:30 1:42:30 48.54
gilly b Unaffiliated 1:53:47 1:53:47 1:53:47 46.69
hillgirl Falkirk Victoria Harriers 1:28:00 1:36:00 1:36:00 55.33
Lambanator Bellahouston Road Runners 58:38 1:21:11 1:21:11 55.12
larrry Giffnock North AAC 1:24:20 1:24:20 1:54:00 44.60
magoo Scottish Prison Service AAC 57:53 1:00:42 1:05:00 73.27
MountainMasher Helensburgh AAC 1:13:12 1:13:12 1:15:00 1:13:12 60.68
MrsMac Unaffiliated 1:13:37 1:19:40 1:35:30 52.58
plodding on Kinross Road Runners 1:19:07 1:19:07 1:43:00 1:41:10 47.83
Repkafanclub Unaffiliated 1:28:22 1:28:22 1:28:22 55.21
the badger Unaffiliated 1:26:52 1:26:52 1:26:52 51.74
The Spider Unaffiliated 1:26:52 1:26:52 1:29:00 1:26:52 51.51
Vic Mason Kirkintilloch Olympians 58:58 1:01:33 1:14:40 63.79
Yano Unaffiliated 1:11:24 1:25:05 1:24:00 1:25:05 52.83
Yano
The wettest day of the year by a mile! Mud, mud and more mud all the way. Struggled a bit because I couldn't see through my glasses! Course was brutal but fun. I saw a poor chap lose his shoes in the deep bog!
Vic Mason
I recommend this race to anyone thinking of doing any off road trail runs. This was my first taster at off road racing and I really enjoyed the challenge of clambering through mud swaps, forest trails, boggy marshes and steep slippery hills. I lost my footing a couple of times, spent a couple of minutes trying to retrieve my shoe from a mud swap & lost my way at one point through the forest trail as I was concentrating on my footing, luckily another runner shouted to me that I was going the wrong way. Great day out and the atrocious weather conditions made the course very challenging. Very well organised race & will defiantly be back next year. Finishing position 29/305. Well done to Magoo on 1st over 40 home & congratulations on the birth of Ben & Corri. I was hoping to see you at the race but you were obviously too fast. Send my regards to Nikki.
magoo
great wee event and had a great run. Weather was a bit wet and felt sorry for the organisers as the weather realy did spoil the day for spectators. Course was as muddy as expected and the forest trails were great although you had to concentrate the whole time. Fell flat twice and once into a knee deep mud pool which covered me to the elbows and smelt like a sewage!!! finished 8th and felt strong even to the end....course was promised to be 10-12 miles and at 8.9m the race finished....due to that I had plenty in the tank and surprised to finish so early.
The Spider
loved it,need to get better footwear next time, was truggling to get footing
MrsMac
What a hoot! Typical west coast weather just made it better. Had a stinking cold which slowed me down a bit but had a great time, definately recommend it to anyone.
Repkafanclub
What a day. Left the granite city at 6.20 am, arrived in G32 at 8.50 am. However arrived at the wrong place, even though my clooeague ran it last year. Arrived at the race location with 20 minutes to spare. Just as well as it was raining quite hard and it stopped us getting soaked during the warm up. Registered then got on with it. What a course. Hills, mud,bogs and continual rain all the way round made it a mudfest to say the least. Roll on next year.
Dancing Boy
Damned good fun, loved tearing through the woods on switchback trails and risking life & limb on the descents. Best course ever for marking and marshalling. With an advertised 10-12 miles in mind and a sneaky git from Salomon telling me it was closer to 13, it was over a bit quicker than anticpated, so I could possibly have gone a wee bit faster but the guy in front of me was strong enough to have stayed ahead anyway. I suspect Salomon may have shortened the course slightly at the end on the day at the behest of the Search & Rescue folk with concerns about the weather. Still a great day out and a race worthy of the name.
gilly b
Brilliant race, I loved it! Wasn't sure what to expect and wasn't looking forward to it, especially with the miserable weather. However once we got started I really enjoyed it. Took it pretty easy from the start and then ran with Slowcoach who injured his ankle half way round, and then had a bloody knee - but even he still enjoyed it! I'd recommend this one to everyone - as long as you don't mind getting mucky!
ak0539
Superb race
bambooman
This was my first race, i was really nervous at the start however after a couple of miles i had a great time. What a hoot, i recommend this type of race to anyone. well done to Magoo(auld faither).
Bouncytime
Fab day, wild weather. Went to slow, but needed to know I could get round.
MountainMasher
Excellent race !
One to do again - better than last year as it was colder and wetter and muddier = brill !
Anyone got the results for Scots to the slaughter 07 ?

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