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

SCALLYS SUCCESS FOR CORSTORPHINE ATHLETES AS JAMES WINS LASSWADE 10-MILE ROAD RACE

As the athletics spotlight shone on the World Indoor Championships at the Emirates Arena over the weekend, Corstorphine AAC teams secured their own successes one mile away at Glasgow Green in the 53rd Allan Scally Memorial Road Race. The men’s M40 and M50 squads both finished first in the 4x5K relay event, while there was … Continue reading SCALLYS SUCCESS FOR CORSTORPHINE ATHLETES AS JAMES WINS LASSWADE 10-MILE ROAD RACE

ONE YEAR ON: EDINBURGH’S FIRST FRAME RUNNING GROUP GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH

FROM tentative steps into the unknown, Corstorphine AAC’s frame running group has gathered pace to enjoy a surge in members, the arrival of additional specialist equipment, and awards for its coaches as it celebrates its first anniversary. The group – the first of its kind in Edinburgh – launched on January 20 last year with … Continue reading ONE YEAR ON: EDINBURGH’S FIRST FRAME RUNNING GROUP GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH