SEDS

Scottish Elite
Development Squad

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About SEDS

Helping Scottish athletes reach their potential.
We organise top quality training weekends open to all aspiring elites.

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Alasdair McLeod, Portugual

WOC2015 Selections

Five more added

Following the recent round of world cup races in Norway and Sweden, a further five athletes have satisfied the selector that their performances warrant selection for the 2015 GB team for the World Orienteering Championships in

  

Orienteering on the BBC

BBC Scotland Adventure Show

Interviews with Jess & James Tullie (Athletes), Paul McGreal (Event Director) & Mike Rodgers (Scottish Orienteering Development Officer)

 

Jess wins Sports Personality of the Year

Jess Tullie wins Sports Personality of the Year

Badenoch & Strathspey Sports Council (BSSC)

Jess was recently recognised for her sterling competitive performances and volunteer work this season by the Badenoch & Strathspey Sports Council (BSSC) at it’s annual awards on the 19th May. It’s in recognition of her voluntary

  

10,000 metre challenge team

10,000m Challenge

For British Orienteering Squad Support Fund

10 years ago the 10,000m record was truly smashed at Meadowbank Stadium (Edinburgh) by Murray Strain, Scott Fraser and Graeme Ackland each running 200m in turns.  All of us are older; some faster, some slower and now it is time

  

Jess and James Tullie, British Middle Champions 2015

Scottish Success at British Middle and Sprint Championships

Jess and James Tullie (BASOC) both won at the the British Middle Distance Championships on Sunday at Naphill and Park Wood, with Murray Strain (INT) coming in 3rd and Helen Bridle (ESOC) 2nd. Full Middle results.
Murray also won

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