Race Photos: Road Race 2019 Photos
Congratulations to all the runners who took part in the 2019 Lasswade AAC Ten Mile Road Race. It is a notoriously tough course, but that did not deter any of the 350+ runner, all of whom completed the course. After the unfortunate cancellation of last years event, due to a snow bound course, it was great to have so many turn up and take part, and hopefully we will see you all back again next year.
Particular congratulations to race winner Adam Gray, of Penicuik Harriers, who completed the course in a fantastic time of 57.04. It was a particularly good day for Penicuik Harriers with three runners finishing in the top ten ( Adam Gray 1st, Ritchie Thomson 6th & John Gibbs 10th) to ensure top spot in the Men’s Team category.
In the women’s category it was unattached runner Lisa McDonald who took top spot, with another impressive time of 65.01. Winners of the Womens Team Prize was Penicuik Harriers, comprising Gemma Towersey, Jan Dawson & Edite Galite. Second Place went to Portobello Running Club, comprising Grace Mackenzie, Jennifer Holden & Julia Moffat. Lasswade’s Amy Frankland, Julia Cunningham & Debra Urquhart made up the third place team.
The above team results have been changed due to updates to the results
I will update this page with a full list of winners during the week.
Thanks go out to all the volunteers who made today possible. A number of different teams are responsible for making the day what it is. this year we had a mixture of old and new hands helping out at the event. There are far to many to name them all, but I think all will agree that they all did a fantastic job.
Unscrutinised Results are available at the link below. If you spot any errors please get in touch to let us know. Unfortunately we seem to have temporarily lost the contact page from the website, so just email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final Road Race Results ( please note these results have had an update 09/03/19)
Again thanks to everybody for coming along today, and hope to see you back next year
Pictures courtesy of Keith Kong.