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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.
Due to unprecedented demand we have had to close entries for Sunday's DBTR 10k, unfortunately we cannot now accept entries on the day. Entries for the 3k will still be accepted on the day. Numbers can be collected from the Rugby and Sports Club on Langlea Rd G72 8HG Map to get from clubhouse to Start/Finish here Map of the 10k course here
below is a map showing how to get to/from the start/finish from the clubhouse click here for better size
Arguably the biggest event of the year for most Scottish veteran athletes, this year it also clashed with the Scottish Masters indoors champs, and some of our athletes had difficult choices to make, and it was heartening that our key athletes put team before self on this occasion. Scottish Athletics have to be given due credit for at least moving the 3000m to an earlier date, with the original date for the indoor champs being moved due to a Tennis Davis cup match at the Emirates arena. Some of our mature athletes performed excellently at the indoor champs, with David […]
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Interested in joining one of Scotland's premier road and cross country running clubs as a member or a volunteer? We cater for runners of all abilities and offer regular training sessions based from our clubhouse in Cambuslang, we also have regular training on the track at the John Wright Sport Centre in East Kilbride, why not come along and join us?