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  • High Peaks Marathon
    ...What is frozen, dark and 42 miles long? Answer: The High Peaks Marathon. This is an event for teams of 4, mens mixed or whatever, and starts at 11pm(ish), runs through the nigh...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/270/high+peaks+marathon
  • Forfar Multi-Terrain Half Marathon
    ...3rd February 2008Early morning torrential rain abated to give a fine run along the roads and trails around Forfar. The "multi-terrain" challenges included slippy muddy fields, ...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/1272/forfar+multi-terrain+half+marathon
  • Comrie Relay 2015
    ...Four teams of Westies enjoyed a day out in the Comrie Hills on Sunday. The Comrie Relay is run over four legs, three trail legs and one hill leg run in pairs, along the spine o...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/2453/comrie+relay+2015
  • Forfar Multi-Terrain Half Marathon
    ...1st February 2009My third year in a row at the Forfar Multi-Terrain Half Marathon. Last year flooding was a problem, whereas this year the heavy muddy underfoot conditions acro...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/1272/forfar+multi-terrain+half+marathon
  • Glen Clova Hill Race
    ...3rd august 97A very good course providing lots of mixed running terrain. Weather conditions were good for a long run, with going quite firm even in the peat hags. Fortunately I...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/149/glen+clova+hill+race
  • Devil's Burdens Relay
    ...Results | PhotosMagnificent 7th for Westies MenA well organised day by Fife AC with the 9.30 start helping to reduce the level of chaos. Westies fielded 5 teams: 3 men, 1 women...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php//devils+burdens+relay
  • FRA British Relay Championships
    ...20th Oct 1996 Well done to all those in the large Westie contingent that headed south of the border for the FRA Relays back in October.After a six am rendezvous at Westerlands ...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/126/fra+british+relay+championships
  • Highlander
    ...Myself and James originally entered this way back in the winter but James decided to pull out due to being soft... Anyway luckily I spotted Iain doing some stuff on strava mean...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/2508/highlander
  • Wuthering Westies
    ...Just a wee report on a big race : A few Westies were foolish enough to return yet again to Haworth in Yorkshire for the 31 mile Wuthering Hike / Haworth Hobble on Sat 16th Marc...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/269/wuthering+westies
  • Mugdock Night Run
    ...A good dozen or so of us enjoyed a lovely dark 7 mile trot round Mugdock. I managed to lead everyone round John Hutchinson's new route without losing anyone or ourselves. The r...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/2221/mugdock+night+run
  • Bennachie Hill Race
    ... Another new race for me and what cracker! Despite the perpetually sore Achilles these days I ran ok at Ben Venue last week, had a good run during the week and then ha...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/1819/bennachie+hill+race
  • PHOENIX LONG ORIENTEERING RACE
    ...Dave Rogers, Keith and I went down to the Cheviots in Northumberland for one of our regular forays into the world of "mountain orienteering". The Phoenix is basically like a mo...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/308/phoenix+long+orienteering+race
  • Creag Dhubh Hill Race
    ...By happy and inexplicable coincidence a huge squad of Westies (I counted at least 13), plus families and other hingers-on, just happened to be in the vicinity of Newtonmore on...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/1473/creag+dhubh+hill+race
  • WESTIES GO GREEK FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER
    ... Yes fellow Westies we are Going Greek this year.I have booked Antoniou's Restaurant, 523 Sauchiehall Street, Charing Cross, G3 7PQ for Saturday 11th December @7.30p.m. It is &...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/702/westies+go+greek+for+christmas+dinner
  • Lairig Ghru
    ...After my 5 hour epic at Arrochar I was feeling a little tired this morning as I stood in the rain in Braemar. But I soon found my legs and loved every minute of the run. It'...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/165/lairig+ghru
  • Screel Hill race
    ...Leaving torrential rain and sleet in Glasgow didn't really seem like a good idea at the time, particularly for a mamoth four hour round trip to run a tiny wee four mile race, b...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/808/screel+hill+race
  • Grim's gala gallop
    ... I'm sure that Johnston and Cap'n Chris never intended to include "fun runs" in Westy news, but us old yins have to find our fun where we can. The village where I grew Up(l...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php//grims+gala+gallop
  • Durisdeer Hill Race
    ...It was great ....why more people don't do it is a mystery. We had 10 miles of hills, grassy slopes, near vertical descents, scrambling ascents, clambering through waterfalls (...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/1173/durisdeer+hill+race
  • Luss Hills Sunday run
    ...A late change to the planned route from Brig 0'Turk turned out to be a good one... unless you ventured to Brig O'Turk...then oops!The weather was extremely pleasant and the ter...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/963/luss+hills+sunday+run
  • Ras Y Cnicht
    ...aka Cnicht Hill Race 4.5m/1850'A fun low-key race in Wales yesterday. Steep tarmac, track, open fell, then a very steep rocky scramble to the summit. Dangerous descending at fi...
    http://westerlandsccc.co.uk/news.php/681/ras+y+cnicht