And before you know it, it’s all over. The legs are tired and not that willing anymore, but somehow you get yourself to that last race to get it all over and done with! Five races in 5 days is trying no doubt and finishing it gives you great sense of achievement. Well done CAAC … Continue reading Tour of Fife the final day
If memory serves me right the fourth day is the hardest. Your legs are tired, your spirits low and unless you have Capt’n Al nobody who manically bounces around to get you going! Your attitude tends to be ‘right let’s get this over and done with’. Then once you get going and you’ve turned back … Continue reading Tour of Fife day 4
Then there is the mile. An ‘easy’ one to rest the legs after an evening on the beach and one in the hills. It would be easy weren’t it for the fact that you’ve been up and down a big hill and your legs are tired. Added to that you are now also firmly obsessing … Continue reading Tour of Fife Day 3
Driving home I saw East Lomond hill bathed in sunshine. I felt a pang of guilt not going to support the CAAC ToF elite. However that hill is big and I wasn’t ever going to go all the way up there just to say well done keep going. If you haven’t been to Falkland then … Continue reading Tour of Fife Day 2
Today the Tour of Fife started. The beach race. One of my favourites so as I am little bit crocked at the moment I decided I shouldn’t run, but I should at least make to effort to see my CAAC team mates off on their first run. A walk on the beach helped spot Ally … Continue reading The Tour of Fife
Membership for the 2019/20 season can be paid on Entry Central. The membership year runs from 1 March 2019 to 28 February 2020. The club offers the following four categories of membership: Senior (aged 18 or over at 1 April) £32.00 Junior (under 18 at 1 April) £16.00 Student (full time student at 1 April) £16.00 A … Continue reading Membership is due
After finishing 7th at Match 1, events resumed at Grangemouth Stadium with a hope that Corstorphine AAC could build on their first outing of the year. There were more athletes taking part in the second match than the first: 222 vs. 176. Our team grew by a handful of athletes too.John Ross, Janet Grigor and … Continue reading Scottish Athletics League Match 2
RESULTS Find the results of the 2019 edition of the CAAC 5 HERE. 2020 ENTRY DETAILS The CAAC 5 Road Race will be held early June 2020 the race will start at 7:30pm. Chip timing will be used and no on the night entries accepted. Race numbers and chips can be collected from 6.30pm on … Continue reading CAAC 5 – RESULTS
The Club Championships will be held on Saturday 25th May 2019 at Saughton Sports Enclosure and as with the last few years it will be followed by the annual club BBQ/picnic (food provided by the club) with all club members, family and friends invited to come along and join in the fun.You must register by … Continue reading Club Champs and BBQ this Saturday!
But first a thank you! A milestone moment in the history of Corstorphine Athletic Club passed in April when both president, Bryan Clark, and vice president, Keith Hood, stood down after holding these positions during a golden decade for the club. During that time the club has grown it membership handsomely and has enjoyed new … Continue reading Meet our new president and vice president
Our Scottish Athletics League season opened at Grangemouth yesterday with a few challenges. Exams, British University Championships and Scottish Athletics 5km Road championships all took athletes (from each club) away from the track and field yesterday.Despite those competing commitments, we took 14 athletes and 3 officials to take part in 31 events. We began with … Continue reading Scottish Athletics League Match 1
Well done CAAC men’s team of Calum Mckenzie, Ewan Brown & Dougie Selmann,🥈silver medallists in the Scottish 5K Champs (Silverknowes) and Moray Anderson, 🥉bronze medallist in the M40 event. Full story here. Pics by Bobby Gavin Scottish Athletics
Spring has sprung and we’ve remembered that this is the time of year for the fun of the legendary CAAC Spring Handicap. Starting time is 7pm on the 7th of May. The route is around 10k, run on a 2 lap loop from Currie via Balerno. The route can be viewed here, (note its 2 … Continue reading CAAC Spring Handicap
Congratulations to all our prize winners and nominees! Junior Female Athlete of the Year: MHAIRI ARNOTTNominated: Olivia Clark & Georgia Ledingham Junior Male Athlete of the Year: BEN STRUTHERSNominated: David Addison & Rory Ledingham Senior Female Athlete of the Year: JESSICA MacLEOD*Nominated: Fiona Carver & Susan Johnston Senior Male Athlete of the Year: JAMES HARRISON*Nominated: Graeme … Continue reading CAAC 2019 AWARDS
Well that’s the end of another fantastic winter. The club had some brilliant X-Country and indoor track results. Thoughts now turn to heading back to the track for the summer. Tuesday 2nd April is our first night back at the track. Below are a couple of links with all the information you need about the season ahead. … Continue reading CAAC Kids – summer is coming!
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