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Record turnout for Simmer Dim Half Marathon

Perhaps it was the decent weather(!) but a record 79 runners took part in this year's Simmer Dim Half Marathon. After a succession of years' of poor conditions, the participants wre delighted to have the sun on their backs, along with a nice south easterly breeze. Matthew Cox, one of Team Shetlands Half Marathon team in Jersey took the mens honours, winning in 1:25:31. Charlotte Black ran a great race, keeping in touch with the minor-placed mean to complete the route in 1:31:59.


The track and Field areas are unavailable to us this Friday and Saturday as the area is booked out for the Classic Car Show(!)

Therefore, training is CANCELLED for all groups on Friday evening and the Under 9/11's group on Saturday morning. Please pass this message on to those who may not have access to the website of Facebook




Friday Night Series #2, 20th May


Second instalment this Friday evening. It would be great to see even more athletes competing this time round in the 200m and Long Jump. Here is the timetable;
5:30pm (Sharp) Warm Up (all athletes)
6:00pm Under 17+ 200m
              Under 13 & Under 15 Long Jump (2 pits)
6:45pm Under 13 &Under 15 200m
               Under 17+ Long Jump


The Series kicks off this Friday with the 100m and High Jump for all Under 13 athletes and older.

ALL athletes are to be at the track promptly at 5.30pm for a comprehensive warm up.

Under 13's will run first and then move to High Jump (bar set appropriately). Under 15's etc will follow and then move across to join the High Jump as the bar gets progressively higher.

Please remember to bring plenty of layers, gloves and hats as the weather forecast is for north easterly wind around 16mph plus the possibility of showers. Perfectly athletics weather!!!

YAL Match #1 - Dundee

This team has been selected from athletes representing Clubs from Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles.

You'll find below the full team for this fixture below. Good luck to all athletes and particularly the Shetland contingent

SAAC 2016 Spring Open sponsored by TL Dallas

A big well done to all of those competitors who took part yesterday in challenging conditions! Some of our athletes gained qualifying standards for Gotland 2017 which is fantastic so early in the season , and in unfavourable weather. Lots of PB's and it was great to see so many of the Club's future stars giving a good account of themselves. A huge thank you to all those who helped officiate and work with the results. Musn't forget to mention those who kept the hot drinks and food table going throughout the day.