GJOs have a stormer at Stoney Stomp 10k

Well done to Lachlan Kirk and Naomi Lang who chalked up brilliant 3rd and 4th places in this year’s Stoney Stomp 10k, with times of 42m 18s and 43m 52s respectively. And it was a pretty hot day on a tough hilly course at Durris Forest so even more of a result. There’s a picture of Lachlan in the Mearns Leader with his bronze medal gleaming in the sunlight and he’s wearing his GRAMP top. Good man! Nothing like a good bit of publicity for the club!

(We only found out about this by happening to read the Leader – c’mon GJOs – don’t be shy – tell us what you’ve been up to so we can share your success with the rest of the club.)


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