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Tim Gomersall picked for SHI

Taking time out from his studenty studiousness, Tim ran M20 for Scotland at the Senior Home Internationals 23rd/24th Sept at Craig a Barns and Errochty.

Scotland won pretty much everything in sight, finishing with a total of 55 points against 44 for England, 28 Cymru and 22 for Ireland. Tim got to rub shoulders with the big boys and ran with Oleg Chepelin (ex-GRAMP) and James Tullie for the Relay but I can’t find him in the Individual results so I’m wondering if Calum McLeod had to be called off the bench? If anyone knows, please tell us…

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2 thoughts on “Tim Gomersall picked for SHI

  1. Ooooh yes! Couldn’t see the wood for trees – was looking for GRAMP not SCO.
    Well done Tim, obviously not at all fazed by the big competition pressure. Look forward to watching you at the next Olympics!

    Posted by Rachel | September 24, 2012, 12:49 pm
  2. Tim came 5th on the Brown course as 2nd Scot

    Posted by Jayne | September 24, 2012, 12:41 pm

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