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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.
Cambuslang Harriers reinforced their position as one of the leading distance clubs in Scotland across the different junior/senior and masters age groups when they collected 1 team gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medal in the Scottish Road Relay Championships at Livingston while under 20 athlete Eve Mackinnon was a member of the Edinburgh University team which won team silver in the ladies event. The men had a hard act to follow having last year won a unique treble in the senior and masters’ races over 40 and 50. In spite of tremendous team […]
Cambuslang Harriers annual road races attracted an excellent turn out with the 10K event in particular attracting a record entry of 350 runners. The continued generous sponsorship for the 10K race provided by the Glasgow running shop Achilles Heel and local Hygiene Services Company Macdet is greatly appreciated by the club as is the 3K sponsorship from club member Barnie Gough of BG Fencing. The 10K race saw an initial competitive tussle between the Cambuslang duo of Ryan Thomson and defending champion Robert Gilroy and the Shettleston pair of Paul Sorrie and Daniel […]
provisional results attached, see below, thanks to all who took part, young and not so young, please do let us know of any discrepancies Updated dbtr3k-2017-results
Amended results now attached, sorry about the slight hiccup, hopefully results are now correct. Many thanks for a great turnout for todays races, and the positive feedback, a lot of happy faces out there today throughout the field, we hope that you enjoyed the event, well done everyone. Here are the provisional results so that you can at least check your own time, sorry that it's taken a bit longer than usual. We need your feedback as we know we need to amend a few times/positions, if you spot an error please let us know and we will correct this […]
Cambuslang Harriers were well represented at Callendar Park Falkirk on Saturday at the Scottish Cross Country Championships. The conditions facing the athletes were very testing with the existing muddy conditions becoming even muddier as the various age group races progressed. Pride of place goes to the Cambuslang male athletes across the 5 different age groups – U13/15/17/20 and seniors. Points are awarded to a club's team in each age group and the club with the lowest overall score is awarded the AT Mays Trophy. The club was delighted to retain the trophy for […]
Please bear in mind the works at Ballieston Junction, J2 M74 near Cambuslang and other works, see http://trafficscotland.org/ The 10k will start at 11am prompt, and, as the clubhouse is a 1 mile jog from the start/finish please arrive in plenty of time to pick up your number, and to make your way to the start. Please note, the registration desk will close at 10:15! Some club members, who are also taking part in the race, will be acting as guides to the start for those who do not know the area, more information will be posted in the clubhouse on […]
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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?