Sarah makes it a Canadian double
10km win for Inglis
Sarah Inglis made it consecutive road race wins in Canada.
The Lothian Running Club member scored victory in the Global Energy 10km race in Richmond, British Columbia.
Her winning time of 33 m 28s was also a personal best which bettered the previous week’s time by 15 seconds.
As part of her prize for winning the race, Sarah has won a trip to Brazil next year to take part in the Global Energy Race in Rio de Janeiro.
Elsewhere in the club, running in her first road marathon, Chloe Cox produced an excellent performance to reach a podium place in the Loch Ness Marathon.
The race route takes in some breathtaking scenery along the shores of Loch Ness and into the centre of Inverness where Chloe crossed the finish line in 2:56.38 to place third.
A trio of LRC members contested the Scottish Half Marathon over the weekend.
The race, which concluded at Musselburgh Racecourse, saw Scott Millar finish in 1:39.47 to lead home the club runners.
He was followed by Mel Zobel 1:42.45 and Simon Yapp 2:48.00.
Both the male and female race winners broke course records with Ross Houston (Central AC) and Lisa Finlay ( Dumfries AC) recording times of 1: 07.42 and 1: 20.56 respectively.
Hannah Steel has been rewarded for a successful season on the Highland Games circuit by being selected by the Scottish Highland Games Associationas the Female Youth Athlete of the Year.
The LRC youngster competed consistently over the season, winning races at the Games at Cupar, Alva, Bridge of Allan, Newburgh, St Andrews, Blairgowrie and Pitlochry.
Adding to her wins, she also picked up a number of second and third places.
In the season- long SHGA League for youth races over 400 metres, Hannah finished third, a place she also occupied in the Fife HGA league.
She will receive her prizes at the annual SHGA Awards dinner in Glenrothes on October 21.
Corstorphine AAC’s Stuart Campbell took first place at the Livingston Parkrun on Saturday morning ahead of a pair of LRC runners with Alan Knowles and Ryan Kirkland finishing second and third.
Top spot Sarah Inglis crosses the line