2013

Word of mouth about the race had started to spread and whilst in year one we spent money on advertising the race by putting flyers in running shops across Scotland, we were now able to sell the race out based on word of mouth. 2013 saw our biggest race field yet and we kept the short loop in place as it proved to be such a bit hit with runners & supporters the previous year. The winning distances keep on going up for the third year in a row and meanwhile Mark Howlett & Rab Lee set a new Guinness World Record for the longest ever three-legged race when they covered 68.23 miles.

The winner of the first ever Glenmore 24 returned in 2013 to take part in the 12 hour race as part of his training and won the event whilst covering 80.03 miles which was a new record.

2013 saw us trial a relay team for the first time, although it would be 2015 before we added this as an actual category.

Mark Leggett won the race whilst setting a new course record of 133.1 miles which wasn’t beaten in 2014’s race.

24 Hour Race – Male Category

Position

Name Distance

1

Mark Leggett 133.1 miles

2

Roly McCraw 118.22 miles

3

Alan Johnstone 104.32 miles

24 Hour Race – Female Category

Position

Name Distance

1

Noanie Heffron 126.21 miles

2

Jo Rae 114.53 miles

3

Rosie Bell 113.99

12 Hour Race – Male Category

Position

Name Distance

1

Jeroen Renes 80.03 miles

2

David Gallie 78.36 miles

3

Andy Johns 72.24 miles

12 Hour Race – Female Category

Position

Name Distance

1

Antonia Johnson 75.07 miles

2

Melanie Sinclair 68.05 miles

3

Caroline McKay 66.90 miles

To download a copy of the full results including split times in Excel format, please click here.