CANCER AND MND CHARITIES RECEIVE DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF LATE CLUB TRIO AFTER CEILIDH FUNDRAISER

CORSTORPHINE AAC have donated more than £800 to charity in memory of three late members following a club ceilidh. A cheque for £550 was presented to Maggie’s Edinburgh in recognition of the support provided by the cancer care specialist to CAAC runners Fiona Carver and Moira Findlay, who died aged 62 and 52 respectively after … Continue reading CANCER AND MND CHARITIES RECEIVE DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF LATE CLUB TRIO AFTER CEILIDH FUNDRAISER

HARD WORK PAYS OFF AS DOUGIE SELMAN LEARNS LESSONS TO CLAIM BRITISH 100KM TITLE

BRITISH champion Dougie Selman has revealed how his year-long preparation paid off as he powered to glory in the Sri Chinmoy 100km road race. The Corstorphine AAC veteran, 35, hit the gym to improve his strength and durability, while also working on dealing with the mental challenge of running for more than six-and-a-half hours. He … Continue reading HARD WORK PAYS OFF AS DOUGIE SELMAN LEARNS LESSONS TO CLAIM BRITISH 100KM TITLE

BRITISH 100KM TITLE GLORY FOR DOUGIE SELMAN AS MEDALS FLOW AT NATIONAL ROAD RELAYS

DOUGIE Selman secured the British 100km title with a sensational victory in the Anglo Celtic Plate. The ultra runner, who has been a CAAC member for 25 years, timed his run to perfection as he stormed away from the field to win gold for Scotland by 10 seconds.  His time of 6 hours, 34 minutes … Continue reading BRITISH 100KM TITLE GLORY FOR DOUGIE SELMAN AS MEDALS FLOW AT NATIONAL ROAD RELAYS

MIKE AND AMANDA GAIN ATHLETICS COACH QUALIFICATIONS

TWO Corstorphine AAC members have completed their journey to become qualified coaches – increasing the club’s ability to offer more sessions for our athletes. Mike Harrison and Amanda Maclean secured their accreditation as Athletics Coach (formerly Level 2 coach) following online and practical assessments. The pair, who were both Coaching Assistants, can now run training … Continue reading MIKE AND AMANDA GAIN ATHLETICS COACH QUALIFICATIONS