Entries are now open for our second GAA Miler Meet of the season taking place at Scotstoun Stadium on Friday 1st June!
The meeting will cover 800m and 3000m (incorporating the scottishathletics National 3000m Championships for U17 and U20 athletes. Entries will be taken through the BMC website: www.britishmilersclub.com/enteronline/
On Friday 20th April, we returned to Crownpoint Sports Complex for our first GAA Miler Meet of the outdoor season; this time running events over 10,000m (including the scottishathletics National Championships). The increased entries and beautiful weather provided a great night of races.
With record number of entries (95) and finishers (60) it looked to be a great night and it did not disappoint. A PB rate of 62% of the finishers was a great reflection of the 4 10,000m races! Our £250 Prize Pot was split 2-ways between Men's Winner Lachlan Oates of Shettleston Harriers 29:48.80 and teammate Fionnuala Ross from Shettleston Harriers winning the Women's race in 34:05.59.
Scottish Senior Championships medals were won as below, with Masters age group medals handed out in 5-year age bands:
1st Lachlan Oates of Shettleston Harriers 29:48.80
2nd Logan Rees of Fife 29:59.43
3rd Stuart Gibson of Cambuslang Harriers 31:05.88
1st Fionnuala Ross of Shettleston Harriers 34:05.59
2nd Michelle Sandison of Springburn Harriers 36:58.93
3rd Fiona Matheson V55 of Falkirk Victoria 37:04.54
On Friday 20th April 2018 the first outdoor GAA Miler Meet of the season, incorporating the Scottish National 10,000m Championships, takes place at Crownpoint Sports Complex. This has been a record entry for the 10,000m and we are looking forward to a cracking series of tightly contested races on the night!
Please find below the Timetable and Start Lists for the Miler Meet.
10,000m running on the track is something that the Glasgow Athletics Association and scottishathletics are keen to develop with the aim being to improve quality and depth in the Scottish rankings.
So the GAA Miler Meet Night of 10k’s will be the Scottish Championship event for the 2018 track season and will provide paced 10,000m races for Scotland’s top male and female endurance athletes (U20 and older).