Cambuslang Harriers, since its formation in 1948, has become one of the premier cross country and road running clubs across all age groups in Scotland. We also have a very talented girls and ladies group who now regularly win major team honours.
Although we are a very successful club most of our members are in the club to run and train with like-minded individuals. They enjoy the company on training nights as they endeavour to improve their fitness and performance. We cater for anyone from the young athlete taking part in athletics for the first time to the older runner who just wishes to keep fit, and who may never wish to race competitively. Cambuslang Harriers also welcomes athletes with a disability, learning difficulties and those from ethnic minorities wishing to participate in athletics.
We are as a club affiliated to Scottish Athletics and adhere to their standards in terms of athlete development and with their code of conduct for all club members and volunteers.
We want you to share in the feel good factor that we as a club strive to create and to be aware of the benefits that running can bring to the health and wellbeing of all of our members.
Here is how we plan to do this for all of our junior and senior athletes:
• We aim to build on their athletic capability and nurture them to become the very best athlete they can be.
• Empower them to achieve their goals in a competitive environment.
• In line with Scottish Athletics and UK Athletics best practice, we take a long term view of our athletes and our coaching structure is designed to support this.
• Our volunteer team of coaches are all professionally trained and vetted.
Persevere is the club’s motto and to be inspired is the name of the game.
Competition is what we train for; building resilience and a real sense of achievement.
Cambuslang Harriers has a proud reputation of being a community-based club and also a high performing club where as Usain Bolt says, ‘running and training bring pain’. But this is balanced with the feel good factor and the sense of achievement you get when you take part and give of your best.
Club President, Cambuslang Harriers
During the recent lockdown many people have either found running to be an enjoyable form of exercise or rediscovered their passion for running. With a pathway now set for easing restrictions you might be thinking about the ways to continue your running post lockdown. Most people join Cambuslang Harriers for the opportunity to run with like-minded individuals, to stay motivated, get fit and enjoy the social side of running in a group. Some people join because they want to take their running to the next level and take part in competitions. Whatever your goal you will be welcome at the […]
Cambuslang member Chris Campbell not only climbed the 3 peaks of Snowden, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis in succession but also cycled between all 3 Welsh, English and Scottish highest mountains. His target was to accomplish this mammoth feat inside the time of 72 hours. Starting in Wales at 2.30am on Friday 17th June he amazingly covered the 25.5 miles and 11,000 feet of mountain climbing and 450 miles of cycling with 17,500 feet of climbing mostly into a head wind inside a remarkable 67 hours. Another way of measuring his 3 Peaks Self Propelled Achievement is to consider […]
Members of Cambuslang Harriers enjoyed considerable success in track, road, hill and triathlon competitions at the weekend. Ryan Thomson made a significant breakthrough when clocking 13.54.74 for the 5000M in the premier heat of the British Milers Club Grand Prix at Watford. His pb at the beginning of the year stood at 14.18 which he reduced to 14.11 and 14.01 in his 2 opening races of this season. Going into the Watford event on Friday Ryan was confident he could break the magic 14 minutes barrier if the conditions were right. The wind had fortunately eased by the time of […]
Several Cambuslang athletes have recently recorded track personal bests over different distances. Moira Stewart broke the Czech Republic women’s 10000M record when she clocked a superb pb of 32.08.96 in Paris when finishing 6th in the European Cup Championships. She now has the option of running in the 10000m or Marathon in the forthcoming European Championships to be staged in Munich. However, she is likely to opt for the longer distance. Ryan Thomson put in another impressive performance when lowering his 5000M pb to 14.01.22 at a race meeting in Belgium. He came agonizingly close to breaking the magical 14 […]
Members of Cambuslang Harriers have been involved in various track, road, hill and triathlon events in Scotland, England and Japan including Scottish representation for track runner Ryan Thomson and hill runner Kieran Cooper and GB representation for triathlete Grant Sheldon. This was a well-deserved honour for all 3 athletes and their families. Although Ryan has previously represented Scotland on the country this was his first Scottish vest on the track. He had been selected in 2017 for the 3000M at the Loughborough International but unfortunately he had to call off due to injury. However, his silver medal and pb performance […]
Check out all of the latest pictures from Cambuslang's own roving photographer Colin Stephen.
Find out details of the latest training schedule as well as maps of all the Tuesday night routes for both the summer and the winter sessions.
New Club Kit
Check out the new club kit below from O’Neills, available to order now!
Thanks to everyone who joined us for the race. Hope to see you all again for the next edition of the Down by the River Races in 2023.
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Regular club runs leave from the clubhouse in Cambuslang on a Tuesday and Thursday evening, for more details see our training page.
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