Championships

Motherwell Athletics Club runs three championships for members throughout the year.

Time Trial Championship

Road RUnning Championship & Leages

Cross Country Championship

 

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    SENIOR ENDURANCE 2020 CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD RACES - EARLY NOTIFICATION

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    CHRISTMAS TIME TRIAL SUNDAY 8 DECEMBER - NEW TIME of 10.00 AM for a 10.20 AM START

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    2020 CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD RACES - EARLY NOTIFICATION

    After lengthy debate the Senior Endurance Subcommittee agreed the following races for next season's championship. As soon as the dates for Jack Crawford 10K, National 5K, Paisley 10K and Cumbernauld 10K are confirmed we will let you know.

    8 Mar (TBC) Jack Crawford 10K
    5 April Tom Scott 10 Miles
    1/8 May (TBC) Scottish National 5K
    17 May Monklands 5K
    19 June Brian Goodwin 10K
    1 Aug Drumpellier parkrun 5K
    16/23 Aug (TBC) Paisley 10K
    End Sept (TBC) Cumbernauld 10K
    4 October Great Scottish Run Half Marathon

    CHAMPIONSHIP RULES
    It was also agreed that we would revert back to the previous set up - 2 relays, 9 races and a hypothetical marathon (best 6 from 10 races including hypothetical marathon).

    The website will be updated at the start of January for the 2020 season. Joe
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    REMINDER SENIOR ENDURANCE TRAINING TUESDAY 03 DECEMBER – MEET AT BELLZIEHILL FARM SERVICES ML4 3PD (just off the bypass at the first roundabout coming from the Raith Interchange)

    The session: Hills o’ Hell – 5 hills out and 3 hills back totalling about five miles. The group all run together along New Edinburgh Road for the warm to the bottom of the first hill on the left-hand side. After a few strides, the session begins. Each runner must run up the hill as fast as they can, with the faster runners reaching the top where they turn to jog back down to the bottom and continue along New Edinburgh Road. As the runners come down, the others still running up the hill should turn and join in behind those running down so that the whole group stays together as much as possible. Runners can choose to turn at the same time as those at the front if they wish s this will still keep the group together. This session will strengthen your legs due to the extra power required to proceed up the hill.
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    Christmas Handicap 2019Time: 10:30 am