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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!

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.


Due to current government and scottishathletics guidelines, normal club activities are currently suspended. However, we are continuing to cater for our members needs by providing a structured training programme and a Virtual Challenge/Grand Prix series running from June through to October, details of which will be made available to any new members joining the club at this time.

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June 21, 2020 in News, Non Members News

Graham Clark Memorial Race 2020

Carnegie Harriers are sorry to announce that the Graham Clark Memorial Race, which normally takes place on a Tuesday evening in early August, will not take be taking place this…
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May 17, 2020 in Blog, News, Non Members News

Virtually Nothing in it as Carnegie Rise to the Covid-19 Challenge

Carnegie Harriers Virtual 5k Relay Like all running clubs in the country, Carnegie Harriers have essentially gone into cold storage since the beginning of March to help deal with the…
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April 24, 2020 in Blog, News, Non Members News

Carnegie Harriers 2019/20 GP Results

2019-20 Road and Off-Road GP Winners The Carnegie Harriers 2019/20 GP drew to a close after the Kirkintilloch 12.5k and the National XC Champs last month. The counters for the…
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March 16, 2020 in News, Non Members News

Training Cancelled

This afternoon the Government announced that the public should “….avoid non-essential social contact….” to try to control the spread of Coronavirus. In light of this, the committee has taken the…
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March 14, 2020 in News, Non Members News

Impact of Coronavirus on Club Activities

UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS The committee has been discussing the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on club activities. The following is based on current information and official guidance, but the situation…
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March 6, 2020 in News, Non Members News, Race Reports

More success for the Harriers women at Arbroath.

On Sunday 1st March 2020, 11 Carnegie Harrier women made the journey to Arbroath for the Smokies 10 ladies only race.  We left behind a grey and snowy Dunfermline to arrive…
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March 5, 2020 in News, Non Members News, Race Reports

Carnegie Head West for the 50th Running of the Allan Scally Relays

50th Allan Scally Memorial Relays, 29th February 2020 Two intrepid teams of Carnegie Harriers entered the 50th running of the Allan Scally, running 5km each around a fast course in…
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February 28, 2020 in Blog, Non Members News, Race Reports

Hardy Harriers Brave the Elements at Callendar Park

Last Saturday saw the running of the ever popular National Cross Country Championships 10k at Callendar Park in Falkirk. Mud, biting wind, slippery hills, snow, hail and a distinct lack…
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1 month ago

Carnegie Harriers

Well, we've come to the end of our 4 week feature on various members of the club during this lockdown and hopefully it's given you a wee insight into the club, it's members, it's activities and importantly it's ethos.

However we couldnt finish without including the Harrier's first ever female member, Fiona.

Very well known in the running community, Fiona has completed 51 marathons and 85 ultra marathons, is eligible to join the 100 Marathon Club and has been selected twice to run for Scotland at the 24 hour Championships!

Needless to say Fiona and her twin sister Pauline are legends at the club and also very much regulars at training. What they don't know about running long distances isn't worth knowing.

Fiona writes an excellent blog of her exploits if you want to know what running an ultra is like.

Who knows, it may inspire you to try one yourself as it has for many at the club 🏃‍♀️
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