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WATCH - Runners take part in the Nairn 10K which returns to action for first time in two years


By Will Clark

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Hundreds of runners raced through the streets of Nairn as the town held its annual 10k event on Sunday.

The event returned to the racing calendar for the first time in two years after it was cancelled last year due to the impact of the pandemic.

A total of 315 runners were estimated to have taken part in the Nairn 10K.

Athletes running through the town centre in Nairn. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
Athletes running through the town centre in Nairn. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

Max Abernethy of Fraserburgh Athletics Club claimed victory in the men's race with a time of 31 minutes and 51 seconds.

Inverness Harriers athlete Catriona Fraser from Ardross claimed her first Nairn 10K title winning the women's race with a winning time of 36 minutes and 45 seconds.



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