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Carnegie Harriers

If you love to run…. on the road, under the sun, cross country, in the snow, on the trails, in the rain, in the hills, in a team, as far as you can…. Carnegie Harriers is the club for you!

Celebrating 30 Years 1991 to 2021

Whatever the distance or the discipline, there’s a good chance that a Harrier has been there, done it, and got the tee-shirt (or race memento) to prove it.

Whatever your interest, we welcome new members who have some running experience or a reasonable level of fitness. Explore our website to find out more about what our club has to offer you. Our latest news can be found here  and if you need to know more, or want to come along and try one of our regular training sessions, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.


Following current government and Scottish Athletics guidelines, Carnegie Harriers are delighted to be back to formal training sessions. We are continuing to cater for our members needs by providing a Grand Prix race series running from October through to March 2022 comprising a mix of open races and members only events, details of which will be made available to new members when they join the club.

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January 13, 2022 in Announcements, News, Non Members News, Races

Devilla Trail Races 2022

This year, Carnegie Harriers had planned to host the 10th anniversary running of the ever-popular Devilla Forest Trail Races on Sunday 13th February.  However, after much deliberating, Carnegie Harriers has…
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October 9, 2021 in News, Non Members News

Carnegie Harriers – Still Running Strong after 30 Years!

Local (Dunfermline) running club Carnegie Harriers celebrating 30 years or running   Carnegie Harriers have been marking their 30th year in 2021, with a series of events which brought runners…
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October 7, 2021 in News, Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Harriers Coasting in the Dark

Scottish Long Coastal Relays Six Harriers teamed up to compete in the Scottish Long Coastal Relays on Saturday 2 October 2021. This race involves teams covering the Fife Coastal Path…
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October 4, 2021 in Blog, News, Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Harriers Race the Returning London Marathon 2021

The London Marathon returned to the streets of the Capital on Sunday 3rd October, 889 days (or so) since it was last run due to the pandemic. 4 lucky harriers…
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July 25, 2021 in News, Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Carnegie Harriers Tour of Fife – Wednesday 14th to Sunday 18th July 2021

As part of our 30th Anniversary celebrations, Club Secretary Sue Walker came up with the idea to hold a members’ only “Tour of Fife”. Based on the ever-popular Tour organised…
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June 22, 2021 in Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Hot and Sticky for Carnegie at Preston Island

Race  Report  by  Kath  McCorie  of  the  Preston  Island  GP Event Full Results including solo runners Place First Name Surname Age Category Time 1 Barry Davie malev40 00:20:58 2 Fraser…
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May 16, 2021 in Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Carnegie Warmly Welcomes Back Racing as they Tackle Balgownie Woods Again

Carnegie Harriers (today) Sunday 14th, finally got back to inter club racing, with Summer GP Event Number 2 – Balgownie Woods trail race taking place. The race has been a…
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December 28, 2020 in Non Members News, Race Reports, Races

Carnegie Harriers Festive Forest Race, Virtual Prize Giving and Christmas Party Night (In) 2020

After one of the weirdest years, Carnegie Harriers were all looking forward to a good night out after our traditional Festive Forest race.  While we managed to fit in a…
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Devilla Trail Races 2022Folks, This year, Carnegie Harriers had planned to host the 10th anniversary running of the ever-popular Devilla Forest Trail Races on Sunday 13th February. However, after much deliberating, Carnegie Harriers has decided that unfortunately, the races cannot go ahead as planned this year. The reasons for this decision are related to both Storm Arwen and Covid. We are all extremely disappointed to have to share this news, especially as last year's event was also cancelled.While for most of us November's Storm Arwen is fading into the distance, woodland and forests across Scotland have been badly impacted. There are still several clumps of fallen trees blocking key paths in Devilla forest. Some are passable with care but not for several hundred racers. Even if the race directors decided that the fallen tree obstacles were tolerable, the club has not yet been given formal permission to host the race on the Forestry land. The race licence and insurance would be void if we do not have landowners' permission to race. Due to the volume of work needed to assess the impact of Storm Arwen across its lands, Forest and Land Scotland have been unable to give any assurance that the fallen trees would be cleared and event permission granted before 13th February. We do not feel it would be appropriate to open entries without this permission in place.The possibility of postponing the event was investigated but, unfortunately, Tulliallan was not available on any of our preferred alternative dates.For Covid reasons, we would not be able to hold a prize giving in the assembly area of Tulliallan Police College, access to registration would be very restricted, changing rooms would not be available, the cafe would not be open and portaloos would be needed to reduce and minimise close contact. Additionally, the number of places available would have been lower than normal to reduce congestion at key points in and around the college and on course. If Covid had been the only factor under consideration, mitigations could have been put in place, although this would have impacted considerably on the vibe and feel of the race. We very much hope that the 10th anniversary race will take place in 2023, and Carnegie Harriers look forward to making it a very special event. At this time, Carnegie Harriers still plan to host the Graham Clark race at Knockhill in summer 2022, and more details will be shared when Knockhill's availability is confirmed. ... See MoreSee Less
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