Athletics

8 Jul 2014 10:30 • David Knox

Marathon effort on top of Europe

MARATHON men from Peeblesshire conquered Europe’s highest mountain range on their way to raising a whopping £5,000 for charity at the weekend.

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3 Jul 2014 12:30

Amy leads Peeblesshire sprint

TWEEDDALE sprinters hit top speeds on Sunday to dominate at Kelso Games.

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20 Jun 2014 07:00

Ridley does well in Poland

Peebles runner Susan Ridley came a creditable second in a tough mountain race in Poland.

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12 Jun 2014 10:30

Pentathlon success at Peebles High

THE athletics season is well under way at Peebles High with all Pentathlons being completed.

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31 May 2014 09:00

Commonwealth dream for jumper Faye

IT’S still a long shot but Borders athlete Faye Nicholson could yet jump her way to the Commonwealth Games.

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30 May 2014 08:30 • David Knox

Comeback trail speeds up for Stacey

NOBODY can accuse Stacey Downie of not giving Commonwealth Games selection her best shot.

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21 May 2014 12:30 • David Knox

Welsh steeplechaser wins Gypsy Glen hill race

FORMER Commonwealth Games athlete Donald Naylor was the winner of last week’s Gypsy Glen Hill Race in Peebles.

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28 Apr 2014 10:30

Athletics success for Team Borders

TEAM Borders was back in action at a still and sunny Grangemouth on Saturday in the first of three matches in the JSB Forth Valley League.

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18 Apr 2014 15:30 • David Knox

Quick double from Kiwi Eve

INNERLEITHEN sprinter Eve Huxley has won two gold medals at a Commonwealth Games build-up event - for New Zealand.

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7 Apr 2014 11:30

Medal haul in Budapest

PEEBLES runner Susan Ridley had a trip to remember to Budapest as she secured a gold, silver, bronze and fourth place in the World Masters Indoor and Cross Country Championships

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6 Apr 2014 09:00

Three medals for Peebles runner in Budapest

Peebles runner Susan Ridley had a trip to remember to Budapest as she secured a gold, silver, bronze and fourth place in the World Masters Indoor and Cross Country Championships.

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1 Apr 2014 06:30

Dom's road to gold

WEST Linton’s Dominic O’Hare returned from the Scottish Road Running Championships at the weekend with a gold medal.

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31 Mar 2014 07:00

Dom’s on the road to gold

WEST Linton’s Dominic O’Hare returned from the Scottish Road Running Championships with a gold medal.

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17 Mar 2014 07:30 • David Knox

Sarah sets sail for Ireland

WHEN athlete Sarah McCormack reflects on her career in old age, the Peebles period will undoubtedly be a purple patch.

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8 Mar 2014 06:30 • David Knox

Commonwealth aims for Stacey

FORMER Scottish sprint champion Stacey Downie returned to the top of the podium at the weekend.

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7 Mar 2014 05:30 • David Knox

Chris aims for Pole position

FORMER Peebles High pupil Chris O’Hare will take to the track this (Friday) morning in a bid to reach the World Indoor Championships final.

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21 Feb 2014 06:30 • David Knox

Chris claims World Championship place

WEST Linton athlete Chris O’Hare has won his race for a place in Team GB ahead of next month’s World Indoor Championships in Poland.

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7 Dec 2013 08:30

Ex-Moorfoot wins Peebles leg of Cross Country series

A BEAUTIFUL riverside route taking in a scenic viaduct crossing, a lung-busting hill and a muddy finish greeted the 257 runners who travelled to Peebles for the third round of the Borders Winter Cross Country series on Sunday.

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15 Nov 2013 08:30

Cardrona's Ellie excels in first season of competition

ATHLETE Ellie O’Hara has made giant strides in her first season of competition. The 11-year-old from Cardrona was rewarded with the Highland Games Junior League title.

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11 Nov 2013 08:30

Moorfoot magic at Lasswade

THE traditional courses might have been re-routed and the usual tough climb omitted due to the Borders Railway works, but nothing could derail the efforts of a very healthy Moorfoot contingent at the Lasswade Cross Country on Sunday.

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