A canter in the countryside

The Cambo Canter attracted entrants of all ages and abilities
The Cambo Canter attracted entrants of all ages and abilities
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Take two courses round a beautiful estate, add a bit of competition and home-baking at the finish line and you have the winning formula that made the second Cambo Canter such a success.

The races - a 5km and a 2km - were blessed with the added bonus of fine weather hanging on from the summer and brought out around 100 runners.

The day is billed as a run for all the family but, as ever, some entrants were more than up for seriously pushing themselves round the course, while others were more relaxed and chilled and happy to go at the pace of a brisk
walk.

The Kingsbarns estate proved more than ready to give runners a challenge, with the scenic multi-terrain routes taking in traditional woodland paths and tracks.

Winner of the 5km ‘canter’ was Craig Morris, of Fife AC Juniors, in 21m12s, well ahead of nearest rival Michael Mitchell, who finished in 22m22s. In the 2km it was Liam Wyse, of Fife AC, who was first over the line in 8m48s, while close on his heels was Ian McDonagh in 9m15s. The certificates were presented at Cambo Stables.