Edinburgh Capital City Challenge

Edinburgh Capital City Challenge

Ice Hockey: New high for Capitals

MARK SMITH'S sixth goal of the season will go down in the history of Edinburgh Capitals as it established a franchise record.

Ice Hockey: Doug's disappointment a sign of Caps' progress

DOUG CHRISTIANSEN today reflected on Edinburgh Capitals' overtime defeat by ice hockey Elite League pacesetters Coventry Blaze last night and said: "It's a mark of how far we have come that we're disappointed to lose to the first-placed team."

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Road race gets set to run back to Capital

THE prestigious Great Caledonian Run has been added to this year’s Edinburgh race calendar, it was revealed today.

Capital City Challenge

THE following runners completed the Capital City Challenge last weekend but their names were missed off by race organisers:

Brindley turns in Capital show to rule the hills

TRACEY BRINDLEY proved herself the Queen of Edinburgh’s fast-growing 10k when she won her second title despite strong winds.

Capital city challenge 2004

The promise of a guelling uphill section didn’t stop a record field from taking on the 10K challenge, finds Chris Mooney

Title firsts for capital 10K pair

TWO previous medal winners beat a field of more than 4,000 finishers to scoop the honours in Edinburgh’s Capital City 10K Challenge yesterday.

Drivers told 'stay out of the running'

MOTORISTS are being advised to avoid the city centre on Sunday as thousands of runners take part in one of the city’s biggest ever road races.

It's the run-up to the big day

WITH just under four weeks until the big day, if you’re training to run the Capital City Challenge 10K on September 12 you should be well on your way to fitness.

You’ll thank yourself for the effort in the long run

YOUR muscles are stiff and sore, and your willpower is flagging. Somehow you’re convinced that running should not be quite this painful.

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