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Scotland international Andrew Douglas (Inverclyde AC) defeated a field of 294 runners in Caithness on 11th May 2014 to win the Castle of Mey 10km in a course record time.

The Edinburgh-based runner, who comes from Halkirk, recorded 31min 3sec to knock exactly 3min off the old standard set last year by Gordon Lennox. Douglas finished well clear of the 2009 winner Matthew Sutherland (Edinburgh University), who was timed at 34:34, while Kevin Cormack (North Highland Harriers) picked up the over-40 age group award when finishing third overall in 35:58.

Andrew is pictured at the Castle of Mey with the ladies 10km winner Oonagh Dunnett.

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