Posted in News on Jun 10, 2020
In this blog, junior member Joseph Macnamara details his active lockdown routine, past president Emily Jackson explains how a change from running can be as good as a break, and Bella's own Mark Kermode, John Cunningham reviews running-themed movie 'Unbroken'Read More
In the latest blog in the series, Iain Morrison describes how a 'looser approach' to training is helping inspire a younger generation, Angela Campbell explains how a virtual training camp has helped make up for a missed trip to Portugal, and John Cunningham provides his review of running movie Skid Row MarathonRead More
We held the April Virtual 2-Mile Time Trial, although there was nothing virtual about the huffing and puffing to achieve the times! We had 58 entries submitted which is great - so great, we’re gonna do it all again in May so that you may compare how many Quarintini’s you’ve been drinking, how many trips to the fridge, and how it’s all impacting your times!
Out of our 58 entrants, Gregor was 1st Male in 9:34, and Kristina 1st Female in 12:29, congrats both.
But the winner of a £10 Migo Sports voucher, chosen by the spot prize of the Placing dictated by how many seconds were in the 1st person’Read More
In the first in a series of new member blogs, Katy Smith describes how some nearby trails are serving as substitute for some of her more cherished running routes, vice-president Katherine Hylands gives an update on her home workout challenge, and Laura Ritchie provides her assessment of the newest event on Glasgow's parkrun circuit...Read More
It was another weekend to remember for Bellahouston Harriers as members excelled at a variety of major race events.Read More
Olympian Callum Hawkins won Bellahouston Harriers’ flagship 10k race on Friday night to reclaim the title he won in 2017, while three runners smashed the previous women’s course record.Read More
Three Olympians and the recently-crowned Scottish 5k champion headline a stellar list of entrants for Bellahouston Harriers’ flagship event, the Brian Goodwin Memorial 10k, on Friday 21 June.Read More
Posted in News on May 19, 2019
The next 2 mile time trial will take place on Thursday 30th May - the first in a three race summer series. The most recent time trial in April saw a record turnout of seventy-four runners with Stuart Gibson of Cambuslang Harriers first across the line.Read More
It has gained a reputation for record times and fast running and as a sell-out summer social that offers a free beer and burger at the finish line, and the Brian Goodwin Memorial 10k is back once again on Friday 21 June 2019 (7.30pm start).Read More