Well done to all the runners in these races and may thanks to all the schools who took part. It was great to see so many participating and (hopefully) enjoying the experience.
Provisional results from each race are attached. Any errors can be reported to Debs Lindsay.
Many thanks to all the Olympians who assisted in organising the race, and in particular to Debs for taking the lead role.
Results from the Dunbartonshire XC relays at Helensburgh on Sat 18 October 2014
The club has launched a number of Social Media channels this week. This should enable us to showcase what the club is involved in, for those all current members but also for members both past and potentially future.
KO declares itself the proud partner of Kirkintilloch’s next Usain Bolt as young Jamie Stevenson ‘bolted in’ the 100M with a 12.67 seconds, and 26.85 seconds in the 200M at the recent National Age-Group Athletics Competition at the Aberdeen Hydrasun Sports Village, gaining a silver in both races.
The supremely talented U-17 team from KO not only won the recent Youth Development League Division 2 as East Dunbartonshire, but then went on to come in 5th place at the Grangemouth National Finals competing against the toughest and best teams across Scotland.
As part of Get Active Saturday at the Kirkintilloch Canal Festival on Saturday 23rd August, Kirkintilloch Olympians will be organising a series of fun runs, with 1km, 3km and 5km distances, offering the opportunity for everybody to get involved.
This year our nominated charity is the Teenage Cancer Trust, in support of one of our junior club member’s ongoing battle to overcome cancer. We will donate £1 from each entry to the charity and offer athletes the facility to make a further donation whilst entering if they wish.