Results and photos from the Half - 2 June 2012



Prizes were awarded by Fraser MacCorquodale of The Cooperative, Creagorry, our main sponsor to Greig Glendinning
and Eilis McKechanie who smashed the female course record by 1 minute 18 seconds.

  

Prizes awarded

 Position  Name  Team  Time  
 1st Male  Greig Glendinning  Bellahouston Road Runners  01:17:17  
 2nd Male  Nea MacInnes  Bellahouston Road Runners  01:20:38  
 3rd Male  Howard MacIver  Stornoway Running & Athletics Club  01:21:47  
         
 1st Female  Eilis McKechanie  Hunters Bog Trotters  01:25:18 New female record!!
 2nd Female  Amelia Lloyd  Hunters Bog Trotters  01:36:19  
 3rd Female  Jennifer Gane  Uist Ladies Select  01:38:19  
         
 1st Local Male  Alastair MacDonald  North Uist Athletics Association  01:27:02  
 1st Local Female  Mairi MacPherson  Uist Ladies Select  02:03:12  
         
 1st Male Team  Howard MacIver
 Alastair Dunlop
 Roderick Gilles
 Stornoway Running & Athletics Club  04:10:41  
 1st Female Team  Jennifer Gane
 Mairi MacPherson
 Liz Dorian
 Uist Ladies Select  05:50:01  
         
 1st Female Vet 35–39  Carolyn Hare  None  01:58:22  
 1st Female Vet 40-44  Angela Monk  None  02:16:18  
 1st Female Vet 45+  Maureen Mackie  Nairn Road Runners  01:43:55  
         
 1st Male Vet 40–44  Greig Glendinning  Bellahouston Road Runners  01:17:17  
 1st Male Vet 45-49  Iain Shaw  Ferranti AAC  01:27:40  
 1st Male Vet 50+  Howard MacIver  Stornoway Running & Athletics Club  01:21:47  


The full Results are available.


Images from the Half
All photographs shown below were taken by Steve Carter, Muir of Aird, Benbecula.

For photographs of the prize giving, please see the Stornoway Running and Athletics Club site on Facebook




Alastair Dunlop, Howard MacIver and Nea MacInnes near the front of the race alongside "Loch a' Cheann Uachdrach" / 'Coot Loch' after 2km.









Alastair Dunlop, Howard MacIver and Nea MacInnes passing Poll na Crann (aka Stinky Bay).





Ade Kay running past Poll na Crann.





Greig Glendinning leading after 11kms with the South Uist hills in the background.





First female, Eilis McKechanie at the finish line.



Volunteers

A huge number of volunteers help on the day - Many thanks to all of them.

    


    





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