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HiddenPeak Running Banchory Group Training

10 May 2021

HiddenPeak Running Banchory Group Training has now closed and you will not be able to sign-up for it. Please check the Organiser's Description for any organiser updates.
This event is in a testing state, and is not open for public sign-ups until the organiser has launched it.

Organiser's Description

Blackhall Blast

This week's session will be a selection of fast road reps along the Blackhall road. After our usual warm up routine we'll tackle sets of reps starting with 4min as the longest then cutting down each set to 30 seconds for the final set. As the reps shorten the aim is to go slightly faster so it lets us work on a variety of paces and energy systems through the session. After the road reps we'll jog back to the park as the cool down and finish with some stretches. 

Each part of the session can be completed at your own pace and the session is designed to work for a wide range of abilities so everyone is welcome. 

The route will be entirely on road. 

Covid restrictions mean there are only 13 places available so sign up now.

Meet at King George V Park, next to the Guide hut, ready for a 6pm start. The session lasts one hour and includes our warm-up and cool down routines.

Cost: £6 per person.

Ample car parking by King George V Park and Bellfield car park



We are adhering to Scottish Government, Sportscotland and scottishathletics guidelines.

In summary, these are:

Training groups and sizes:

All training sessions should be delivered and/or set by a UKA licensed coach (Athletics Coach/Level 2) or leader and delivered in accordance with the UKA Coaching Code of Practice.

Maximum group size of 15 including coaches.

Whilst the guidelines have been relaxed (as outlined below) on the field of play, scottishathletics strongly recommends that physical distancing should be adhered to on the field of play whenever possible, thus reducing the risk of virus transmission.

A “field of play bubble” for all ages means that physical distancing can be suspended for the duration of the activity. At all other times physical distancing must be maintained for individuals aged 12+.

Athletes must not congregate with other athletes outside their bubble prior to, and following, the coaching session.

Adult ‘group’ sport or activity refers to adults, who take part in organised sport or physical activity,where the number of participants is larger than allowed under normal household rules. 

Full details here:

Please note

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  • Payment will be made via EntryCentral.
  • Please think carefully before signing up as there is a policy of no refunds except in circumstances where the event needs to be cancelled by the organisers.
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10 May 2021£6.00

For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge

Dates and Status

Date: 10/05/2021

Status: Closed

Total Places: 13

Places Available: ??



Fraser Clyne

King George V Park