Leading runners in country’s smallest half-marathon event

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DESPITE some of the worst weather this year and the fact that the route had to be changed for the safety of the runners there were still 27 hardy souls who braved sub-zero temperatures to run in the third White Caterthun race.

The results were as follows:-

1, Brian Bonnyman, 1:13:15; 2, John Kay, 1:17:05; 3, Mark Norris, 1:18:09; 4, Craig Stewart, 1:20:21; 5, Colin Fraser, 1:24:44; 6, Gavin Reid, 1:25:17; 7, Ron Milne, 1:28:28; 8, Stewart Forbes, 1:29:55; 9, Alister Richmond, 1:30:04.

11, Donna Pass, 1:34:02; 12, Nick Brian, 1:35:41; 13, John Ritchie, 1:37:00; 14, David Smith, 1:37:48; 15, Alan Dick, 1:38:52; 16, Stuart Duncan, 1:41:17; Mark Guild, 1:43:32; 18, Mark Myles, 1:44:57; 19, Derek Adamson, 1:45:28; 20, Stewart Neilands, 1:47:04.

21, Laura Angus, 1:47:28; 22, John Goudie, 1:50:13; 23, Steve Nicoll, 1:50:16; 24, Jackie Morrison, 1:54:21; 25, Steven Coull, 1:58: 28; 26, Paul Cairney, 2:00:01; 27, Grant Short, 2:05:30.

The results of the White Caterthun 5K fun run were as follows:-

1, William Harrod, 22:17; 2, Ruard Erridge, 22:27; 3, Ethienne Dick, 24:28; 4, Christian Dick, 25:52; 5, Elizabeth Barreiro, 25:57; 6, Griffin Harrod, 28:13; 7, Ian MacLean, 28:18; 8, Diane Norris, 28:30; 9, Danielle Sasaki, 29:59; 10, Nicola Ryan, 30:01; 11, Terri Lees, 33:19; 12, Delyth Harrod, 36:53; 13, Vicky Millar, 40:52.