Strathclyde Park welcomed almost 400 runners for the annual Tom Scott 10 Mile Memorial Race on Sunday morning with the event incorporating the Scottish National 10 Mile Championships, and the eight PH athletes all clocked new personal bests.

PH Racing Club were again mixing it with the nation’s leading athletes in an event which was won by Luke Traynor (Giffnock North) in a new course record 47.59 only a week after representing Great Britain at the World Half Marathon Championships. Sarah Inglis (Lothian) occupied the top position in the ladies race finishing in 55.34 to also set a new course record.

Darren Jubb was the leading PH athlete clocking a personal best of 55.49 in 29thposition while club mate Colin Somerville was hot on his heels covering his ten miles in a new best of 56.18 and placing 39th. Robert Sellar (58.31 and 11thV40) and the ever-improving Darren Candlish (61.00) also enjoyed personal bests in 54thand 76thplace respectively.

Karen Kennedy was the sole PH athlete in the ladies race and she also did not disappoint, clocking a new best of 65.05 to finish 18thfemale and 9th in the V35 category.


Thanks once again to Bobby Gavin for the superb race photographs.