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Jack Crawford Memorial 10k

Kirkintilloch, Kirkintilloch Glasgow G66 UK
20 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Alf Tupper Tough of the Track Brutal conditions - driving rain and strong winds, but all the more satisfying for it (once it was over!). Cumbernauld AAC 34:52 37:00 38:41 72.90
Banny Faws Springburn Harriers, Royal Mail Run GMC 35:56 35:56 40:49 80.51
BigMac9 Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 44:05 45:09 49:37 62.37
ChrisU Quite pleased with time and performance given how windy it was. Sheltered in a group from about 3 to 7 kilometres to get wind protection, then upped the pace for the final 3km. Cambuslang Harriers, Westerlands Cross Country Club, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 34:38 34:38 36:26 79.76
ClaireT Victoria Park - City of Glasgow AC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 38:11 38:59 40:53 73.20
clairevmc Approx time. Hamilton Harriers, Scottish Veteran Harriers 37:58 44:33 52:15 57.26
Debstir 57:01 to beat from last year, but not holding out much hope... Update. Don't ask cos I haven't a clue. Can only put it down to a fluke. Really muddy and slippy at bits, feet got so soaked that I ended up not even trying to pretend to avoid the puddles. Absolutely chucking down and blowing a gale - right in to us for most of the race. Still a very good turn-out but if I want a goody bag next year I'll need to improve by about 10 minutes :-) Perth Road Runners 48:30 49:48 57:30 54:30 55.14
El Del Pleased with time considering the conditions.  Headwind from 2-6K was unbelievable, and I have never seen as many deep puddles in my life.  Ran in a group which included Chris U until turning point on the bridge then tried to up the pace.  Managed to keep up pace for about 1K then struggled for 2K.  Picked up pace over last Km, but very tired at end. Giffnock North AAC 34:59 36:12 36:43 79.76
Haggis Sorry to those who bet on me, conditions were a bit on the poor side!  

A great course, well run, and well worth a 300 mile round trip!

Not too upset with a time that was only 28 secs outwith my PB, here's looking forward to the next race, hopefully with better conditions.

Will I be back next year - you bet! Forfar Road Runners 46:01 46:01 48:00 49:15 61.34
Hendo79 Inverclyde AC 34:18
Hibeedeb I guess this was the first and last time anyone will bet on me!  :((

Sorry to those who bet on me - I felt like I was running well, but the horrendous wind just about blew me to a standstill on the far side of the canal, and that squishy mud on the rest of the course was tough too.  Those are my excuses.... Wrekin Road Runners, Pirate Ship Of Fools 50:32 54:30 54:00 56:54 58.47
Jamis Hamilton Harriers 42:54 45:15 50:00 54.32
JulesR No scary fast times today in the rain, wind and mud. Enjoyed it lots, but it was hard work battling down the back straight tucked in behind anyone available. Changing room afterwards looked like a battlefield with most of the canal towpath in the showers. Met my first Fetchies Tigger, Haggis and Magoo so that was good - just need another 5677 for the set! Stirling Triathlon Club 37:21 38:07 40:01 73.74
Karie Way outside my predicted time. Maybe say 52 had it been a decent day and not fighting the wind etc. Legs were done by the last 2k. I did enjoy the agony though and pretty delighted with how I was feeling at the end.
I ran this 2 years ago, went over the bridge in 2nd last place and finished about 5th from the back in well over an 1hr. Definately no complaints from me. Kilmarnock Harriers & AC, Troon Tortoises AC 47:20 53:54 49:00 53:54 57.45
Lincsfella bloomin eck.... flew up specialy for this one. but so so so so windy, very wet and not a little muddy!! but wasnt it fun. not as fast as i would have liked but happy all the same given the conditions. UKnetrunner 39:47 40:37 43:35 64.23
Lindz Hamilton Harriers, jogscotland Stonehouse 43:56 43:56 45:40 65.51
magoo Weather played a big part in race today...canal path for 9k of the run and was muddy and very wet in places. Strong headwind between 2.5k to 6.5k which sapped the strength and was caught in no mans land trying to catch the group in front....a long 4k!! Overall a well attended event regardless. Happy with time and couldn't have ran any faster on the day. A few fetchies in attendance tho'. Scottish Prison Service AAC 33:56 34:29 36:00 80.11
race junkie Fife AC 37:06 37:06 37:24 74.30
shannon quite plsed with run today, 20secs quicker than last year in quite wet n windy conditions but effort wasn't always at the max.  still feeling heavy but much quicker than last week. good race, well supported, thanks to the SH. Garscube Harriers 38:35 41:05 41:20 65.02
Sunbed Athlete Terrible conditions with heavy rain & blustery winds to greet us as we ran along the Clyde Canal Tow path.
Slowest 10k for a while as i'm running with a stomach strain.Trying to run it off as i had same injury lasy year & managed to run it off.Small paths on both sides of the Canal made it hard to pass people & it was also flooded at some parts. Cambuslang Harriers, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 31:29 32:18 33:54 81.41

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