Career Lists for some Scottish Marathoners

Alastair Wood – Marathon Career Record                                                     

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 23 June 1962 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:24:58 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
  2 11 August 1962 Welwyn Garden (AAA)         2 2:26:35 Brian Kilby (Coventry Godiva) 2:26:15
  3 16 September 1962 Belgrade (SER-Euro)         4 2:25:58 Brian Kilby (Great Britain) 2:23:19
  4 29 November 1962 Perth (AUS – Comm)    DNF   Brian Kilby (England) 2:21:17
  5 18 May 1963 Shettleston                    1 2:25:50  
  6 15 June 1963 Windsor – Chiswick    DNF   Buddy Edelen (USA) 2:14:28 WR
  7 16 May 1964 Shettleston         1 2:23:16  
  8 27 June 1964 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:24:00 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
  9 15 May 1965 Shettleston         2 2:19:03 Fergus Murray (Edinburgh Univ) 2:18:30
10 12 June 1965 Dumbarton (SAAA)         1 2:20:46 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
11 10 July 1965 Inverness-Forres         1 2:29:54  
12 21 August 1965 Port Talbot (AAA)         4 2:22:54 Bill Adcocks (Coventry Godiva) 2:16:50
13 03 October 1965 Kosice (SVK)         5 2:29:59 Aurele Vandendriessche (BEL) 2:23:47
14 23 April 1966 Shettleston         1 2:24:00  
15 11 June 1966 Windsor – Chiswick         9 2:28:29 Graham Taylor (Cambridge) 2:19:04
16 09 July 1966 Inverness-Forres         1 2:13:45  
17 13 May 1967 Shettleston         1 2:23:02  
18 24 June 1967 Grangemouth (SAAA)         1 2:21:26  
19 08 July 1967 Inverness-Forres         1 2:16:16  
20 26 August 1967 Nuneaton (AAA)         2 2:16:21 Jim Alder (Morpeth) 2:16:08
21 11 May 1968 Shettleston         1 2:25:27  
22 22 June 1968 Grangemouth (SAAA)         1 2:21:18  
23 27 July 1968 Cwmbran (AAA)         6 2:20:29 Tim Johnston (Portsmouth) 2:15:26
24 12 July 1969 Inverness-Forres         1 2:27:44  
25 25 October 1969 Harlow                                         1 2:19:15  
26 10 May 1970 Chemnitz (E.GER)    DNF   Jurgen Busch (East Germany) 2:14:42
27 16 May 1970 Edinburgh (SAAA)         5 2:19:17 Jim Alder (Morpeth) 2:17:11
28 13 June 1970 Chiswick         6 2:22:12 Don Faircloth (Croydon) 2:18:15
29 04 July 1970 Inverness-Forres         1 2:13:44  
30 23 August 1970 Toronto (CAN)         2 2:18:32 Jack Foster (NZ) 2:16:24
31 24 October 1970 Harlow         1 2:17:59  
32 13 June 1971 Manchester Maxol         8 2:16:06 Ron Hill (Bolton) 2:12:39
33 04 June 1972 Manchester Maxol       20 2:19:00 Lutz Philipp (West Germany) 2:12:50
34 24 June 1972 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:21:02  
35 23 June 1973 Edinburgh (SAAA)    DNF   Don MacGregor (Fife) 2:17:50
36 07 July 1973 Inverness-Forres         1 2:22:29  
37 19 May 1974 Draveil (FRA-World Vets)         1 2:28:40 WORLD VETERAN CHAMPION
38 01 December 1974 Barnsley         2 2:26:15 John Newsome (Wakefield) 2:24:25
39 28 June 1975 Edinburgh (SAAA)         3 2:21:14 Colin Youngson (Edinburgh SH) 2:16:50
40 15 August 1976 Coventry (World Vets)         4 2:28:34 Eric Austin (Worcester) 2:20:51
41 23 September 1978 Viareggio (ITA-World Vets)         5 2:31:12 Gianpaolo Pavanello (ITA) 2:27:31
42 26 May 1979 Edinburgh (SAAA)       12 2:34:06 Alastair MacFarlane (Springburn) 2:18:03
43 16 September 1979 Aberdeen       10 2:35:47 Graham Laing (Aberdeen) 2:21:40
44 24 August 1980 Glasgow (World Vets)       15 2:28:35 Don MacGregor (Fife) 2:19:23
45 27 September 1981 Aberdeen       16 2:36:20 Max Coleby (England) 2:21:29
46 09 May 1982 London     249 2:33:35 Hugh Jones (Ranelagh) 2:09:24
47 15 August 1982 Elgin         2 2:35:02 Don Ritchie (Forres) 2:29:36
48 19 September 1982 Aberdeen       25 2:36:59 Gerry Helme (England) 2:15:16
49 14 August 1983 Elgin         2 2:39:33 Don Ritchie (Forres) 2:36:11
50 18 September 1983 Aberdeen                                  13 2:31:48 Kevin Johnson (England) 2:19:01
51 13 May 1984 London (AAA)   2:33:32 Charlie Spedding (Gateshead) 2:09:57
52 12 August 1984 Elgin         3 2:39:00 Don Ritchie (Forres) 2:29:17

 

Alastair Wood – Ultra Career Record             

No Date Venue Pos Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 23 August 1969 Two Bridges 36.2m 1 3:27:28 EVENT RECORD
  2 13 December 1969 Pitreavie Track 40 miles 1 3:49:49 WORLD RECORD
  3 19 August 1972 Two Bridges 36.2m 3 3:25:49 Alex Wight (Edinburgh AC) 3:24:07
  4 01 October 1972 London – Brighton 52.7m 1 5:11:02 EVENT RECORD
  5 24 August 1974 Two Bridges 36.2m 3 3:32:43 Jim Wight (Edinburgh AC) 3:26:31
  6 12 April 1975 Two Oceans (RSA) 56 km 2 3:24:36 Derek Preiss (RSA) 3:22:01
  7 17 April 1976 Two Oceans (RSA) 56 km    17 3:39:47 Gabashane Rakabaele (RSA) 3:18:05

Don Macgregor – Marathon Career Record   

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 12 June 1965 Dumbarton (SAAA)         2 2:22:24 Alastair Wood (Aberdeen) 2:20:46
  2 11 June 1966 Windsor-Chiswick    DNF   Graham Taylor (Cambridge) 2:19:04
  3 26 August 1967 Nuneaton (AAA)         3 2:17:19 Jim Alder (Morpeth) 2:16:08
  4 01 October 1967 Kosice (SVK)       11 2:24:55 Nedjalko Farcic (SER) 2:20:54
  5 10 May 1969 Chemnitz (East Germany)         5 2:18:51 Tim Johnston (Portsmouth) 2:15:32
  6 20 July 1969 Manchester Maxol       28 2:32:09 Ron Hill (Bolton) 2:13:42
  7 05 October 1969 Kosice (SVK)                      2 2:17:34 Demissie Wolde (ETH) 2:15:37
  8 16 May 1970 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:17:14 Jim Alder (Morpeth) 2:17:11
  9 23 July 1970 Edinburgh (Comm)         8 2:16:53 Ron Hill (England) 2:09:28
10 06 April 1971 Marathon – Athens         5 2:26:02 Akio Usami (Japan) 2:19:25
11 08 May 1971 Edinburgh – North Berwick         3 2:19:00 Alex Wight (Edinburgh AC) 2:15:27
12 13 June 1971 Manchester Maxol       19 2:19:34 Ron Hill (Bolton) 2:12:39
13 26 June 1971 Edinburgh (SAAA)    DNF   Pat MacLagan (Victoria Park) 2:21:18
14 30 October 1971 Refrath (West Germany)         1 2:19:01  
15 15 April 1972 Waldniel (West Germany)         3 2:25:18 Manfred Steffny (West Germany) 2:20:39
16 04 June 1972 Manchester Maxol         3 2:15:06 Lutz Philipp (West Germany) 2:12:50
17 10 September 1972 Munich (GER Olympic)         7 2:16:35 Frank Shorter (USA)
18 04 December 1972 Fukuoka (JAP)         6 2:16:43 Frank Shorter (USA) 2:10:30
19 23 June 1973 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:17:50  
20 31 January 1974 Christchurch NZ (Comm)         6 2:14:16 Ian Thompson (England) 2:09:12
21 22 June 1974 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:18:08  
22 26 October 1974 Harlow                               3 2:17:46 Jim Wight (Edinburgh) 2:16:28
23 01 June 1975 Stoke (AAA)       15 2:20:50 Jeff Norman (Altrincham) 2:15:50
24 28 June 1975 Edinburgh (SAAA)    DNF   Colin Youngson (Edinburgh SH) 2:16:50
25 08 May 1976 Rotherham (AAA)       12 2:21:27 Barry Watson (Cambridge) 2:15:08
26 26 June 1976 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:24:12  
27 07 May 1978 Sandbach (AAA)       40 2:22:45 Tony Simmons (Luton) 2:12:33
28 03 June 1978 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:23:33 Ian MacIntosh (Ranelagh) 2:23:07
29 15 October 1978 Middlesbrough                    2 2:19:19 Malcolm Mountford (Stafford) 2:19:11
30 26 June 1979 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:19:15 Alastair MacFarlane (Springburn) 2:18:03
31 02 August 1979 Hannover (GER-World Vets)         2 2:22:54 John Robinson (New Zealand) 2:22:52
32 22 September 1979 Milton Keynes         6 2:18:30 Gianpaolo Messina (ITA) 2:15:21
33 12 April 1980 Maassluis (NED)         4 2:22:33 Jorn Lauenborg (Den) 2:17:30
34 24 August 1980 Glasgow (World Vets)         1 2:19:23  
35 28 September 1980 Aberdeen         7 2:26:48 Graham Laing (Aberdeen) 2:19:33
36 11 April 1981 Maassluis (NED)       36 2:38:15 Cor Vriend (Ned) 2:17:06
37 20 June 1981 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:21:31 Colin Youngson (Aberdeen) 2:20:42
38 27 September 1981 Aberdeen         3 2:21:52 Max Coleby (Gateshead) 2:21:29
39 14 March 1982 Essonne (FRA)         9 2:21:40 Jong-Hyong Lee (PRK) 2:14:50
40 09 May 1982 London       36 2:20:42 Hugh Jones (Ranelagh) 2:09:24            
41 17 October 1982 Glasgow       10 2:22:06 Glenn Forster (Sunderland) 2:17:16
42 17 April 1983 Dundee         1 2:17:24  
43 26 June 1983 Loch Rannoch         3 2:26:51 George Reynolds (Elgin) 2:24:09
44 11 September 1983 Glasgow         7 2:19:34 Peter Fleming (Bellahouston) 2:17:46
45 29 April 1984 Dundee         1    2:18:16  
46 30 September 1984 Glasgow       10 2:19:01 John Boyes (Bournemouth) 2:14:54
47 31 March 1985 Wolverhampton         3 2:23:00 Ian Corrin (South Liverpool) 2:21:43
48 23 June 1985 Loch Rannoch         1 2:25:00  
49 22 September 1985 Glasgow       10 2:19:36 David Lowes (Chester le Street) 2:15:31
50 20 April 1986 London (AAA)                   66 2:22:05 Toshihiko Seko (Japan) 2:10:02
51 01 June 1986        Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:27:30 Brian Carty (Shettleston) 2:23:42
52 24 April 1988         Dundee     DNF   Sam Graves (Fife) 2:27:50
 U 24 August 1974 Two Bridges         8 3:40:45 Jim Wight (Edinburgh AC) 3:26:31

Colin Youngson – Ultra Career Record

No Date Venue Pos Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 23 August 1975 Two Bridges 36.2m 2 3:29:44 Cavin Woodward (Leamington) 3:26:45
  2 23 August 1980 Two Bridges 36.2m 4 3:38:23 Andy Holden (Tipton) 3:21:46
  3 28 September 1980 London – Brighton 54.2m 7 5:52:04 Ian Thompson (Luton) 5:15:15
  4 03 June 1984 Edinburgh – Glasgow 50 m 3 5:28:15 Don Ritchie (Forres) 5:03:44
  5 29 June 1986 Lairig Ghru 45.062 km 1 3:43:28  
  6 16 April 1995 Speyside Way 50 km 8 3:33:04 Peter Baxter (Pitreavie) 3:23:11
  7 14 April 1996 Speyside Way 50 km 6 3:29:27 Simon Pride (Keith & District) 3:11:00

 

Colin Youngson – Marathon Career Record

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 12 July 1969 Inverness – Forres         3 2:41:13 Alastair Wood (Aberdeen) 2:27:44
  2 24 October 1970 Harlow       24 2:34:49 Alastair Wood (Aberdden) 2:17:59
  3 24 June 1972 Edinburgh (SAAA)         3 2:26:45 Alastair Wood (Aberdeen) 2:21:02
  4 25 July 1972 Helsinki         6 2:32:18 Reino Paukkonen (Fin) 2:18:49
  5 23 June 1973 Edinburgh (SAAA)         5 2:24:01 Don MacGregor (Edinburgh S) 2:17:50
  6 27 October 1973 Haverodal (SWE)         1 2:22:28  
  7 25 November 1973 Sodertalje (SWE)         1    2:26:07  
  8 22 June 1974 Edinburgh (SAAA)         3 2:21:36 Don MacGregor (Edinburgh S) 2:18:08
  9 06 July 1974 Inverness – Forres         2 2:33:44 Sandy Keith (Edinburgh) 2:26:28
10 26 October 1974 Harlow         8 2:21:06 Jim Wight (Edinburgh) 2:16:28
11 28 June 1975 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:16:50 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
12 13 September 1975 Berchem (BEL)         2 2:21:09 Danny McDaid (Ire) 2:20:51
13 06 April 1976 Marathon – Athens         6 2:46 Mircea Damian (Rom) 2:27:33
14 08 May 1976 Rotherham (AAA)       40 2:27:56 Barry Watson (Cambridge) 2:15:08
15 25 June 1977 Edinburgh (SAAA)         4 2:19:35 Jim Dingwall (Falkirk) 2:16:05
16 27 August 1977 Enschede (NED)       35 2:32:57 Brian Maxwell (Can) 2:15:14
17 07 May 1978 Sandbach       43 2:23:07 Tony Simmons (Luton) 2:12:33
18 03 June 1978 Edinburgh (SAAA)       11 2:46:40 Ian MacIntosh (Ranelagh) 2:23:07
19 26 May 1979 Edinburgh (SAAA)         3 2:19:48 Alastair MacFarlane (Springburn) 2:18:03
20 08 July 1979 Tullamore (IRE)       22 2:30:42 Pat Hooper (Ire) 2:17:46
21 16 September 1979 Aberdeen         3 2:27:44 Graham Laing (Aberdeen) 2:21:40
22 12 April 1980 Maassluis (NED)         2 2:21:29 Jorn Lauenborg (Den) 2:17:30
23 21 June 1980 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:24:56 Graham Laing (Aberdeen) 2:23:03
24 11 April 1981 Maassluis (NED)         4 2:18:54 Cor Vriend (Ned) 2:17:06
25 20 June 1981 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:20:42  
26 18 October 1981 Glasgow         4 2:19:12 Jim McGlynn (Ire) 2:18:24
27 03 May 1982 Belfast         5 2:24:01 Greg Hannon (N Ire) 2:20:25
28 10 July 1982 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:18:02  
29 19 September 1982 Aberdeen         4 2:21:03 Gerry Helme (Eng) 2:15:16
30 17 October 1982 Glasgow       12 2:22:13 Glenn Forster (Eng) 2:17:16
31 02 April 1983 Maassluis (NED)         6 2:17:33 Cor Vriend (Ned) 2:13:29
32 18 June 1983 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:28:46 Peter Wilson (Aberdeen) 2:26:20
33 11 September 1983 Glasgow         4 2:19:18 Peter Fleming (Bellahouston) 2:17:46
34 18 March 1984 Barcelona       28 2:26:04 Werner Meier (Sui) 2:14:50
35 28 April 1984 Albi (FRA)         2 2:29:49 Raffaele diBenedetto (Ita) 2:27:04
36 16 September 1984 Aberdeen (SAAA)         6 2:23:36 Mark Burnhope (Eng) 2:19:36
37 13 April 1985 Maassluis (NED)       12 2:19:22 John Boyes (Bournemouth) 2:13:20
38 23 June 1985 Edinburgh (SAAA)         2 2:23:46 Evan Cameron (Edinburgh)
39 15 September 1985 Aberdeen         2 2:23:58 Dave Catlow (Eng) 2:22:54
40 27 April 1986 Dundee         1 2:20:03  
41 25 May 1986 Aberdeen         4 2:27:56 Ray Maule (Eng) 2:22:52
42 21 September 1986 Glasgow       13 2:22:42 Kenny Stuart (Eng) 2:14:04
43 26 April 1987 Lochaber         1 2:26:15  
44 24 May 1987 Aberdeen         2 2:29:21 Ian Corrin (Eng) 2:27:42
45 18 April 1988 Boston (USA)     109 2:29:51 Ibrahim Hussein (Ken) 2:08:43
46 22 May 1988 Aberdeen       10 2:28:38 Hamilton Cox (Sco) 2:21:15
47 02 October 1988 Stone (Flying Fox)         2 2:29:15 Eddy Lee (Pegaus) 2:23:15
48 23 April 1989 Lochaber         1 2:29:40  
49 28 May 1989 Aberdeen (SAAA)         7 2:31:23 Ian Bloomfield (Eng) 2:22:30
50 27 May 1990 Aberdeen    DNF   Chris Tall (Eng) 2:23:32
51 26 April 1992 Lochaber         1 2:36:23  
52 18 April 1993 London (AAA)     255 2:37:14 Eamonn Martin (Basildon) 2:10:50
53 03 October 1993 Stone (Flying Fox)         4 2:36:18 Kevin Wilkinson (San Domenico) 2:28:37
54 17 April 1994 London (AAA)     350 2:39:10 Dionicio Ceron (Mex) 2:08:53
55 02 April 1995 London (AAA)     695 2:49:40 Dionicio Ceron (Mex) 2:08:30
56 26 September 1999 Edinburgh (SAAA)     138 2:55:43 Andres Espinosa (Mex) 2:14:31

Jim Dingwall – Marathon Career Record            

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 19 August 1972 Morecambe         6 2:27:47 Jeff Norman (Altrincham) 2:21:24
  2 26 October 1974 Harlow         4 2:19:01 Jim Wight (Edinburgh) 2:16:28
  3 08 May 1976 Rotherham (AAA)       30 2:26:00 Barry Watson (Cambridge) 2:15:08
  4 07 May 1977 Rugby (AAA)         8 2:21:37 Dave Cannon (Gateshead) 2:15:02
  5 25 June 1977 Edinburgh (SAAA)         1 2:16:05 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
  6 27 August 1977 Enschede (NED)       45 2:36:22 Brian Maxwell (Can) 2:15:14
  7 07 May 1978 Sandbach (AAA)         5 2:13:58 Tony Simmons (Luton) 2:12:33
  8 11 August 1978 Edmonton (Comm)       18 2:32:54 Gidamis Shahanga (TAN) 2:15:40
  9 26 August 1978 Rosyth (2 Bridges)       12 3:50:25 Cavin Woodward (Leamington) 3:24:45
10 16 April 1979 Boston (USA)       55 2:20:18 Bill Rodgers (USA) 2:09:28
11 22 September 1979 Milton Keynes         2 2:15:45 Gianpaolo Messina (ITA) 2:15:21
12 27 January 1980 Hamilton, Bermuda         2 2:18:49 Andy Holden (Tipton) 2:15:20
13 03 May 1980 Milton Keynes (AAA)       22 2:21:38 Ian Thompson (Luton) 2:14:00
14 06 July 1980 Le Quesnoy (FRA)         1 2:18:40  
15 14 September 1980 Glasgow         1 2:16:07  
16 28 September 1980 Aberdeen       10 2:30:55 Graham Laing (Aberdeen) 2:19:33
17 04 January 1981 Tiberius (ISR)         1 2:16:19  
18 29 March 1981 London         7 2:14:54 Dick Beardsley  / Inge Simonsen 2:11:48
19 21 June 1981 Sandbach    DNF   Andy Robertson (Army) 2:14:23
20 25 October 1981 New York     167 2:28:38 Alberto Salazar (USA) 2:08:13
21 31 January 1982 Hamilton, Bermuda         5 2:19:48 Colin Kirkham (Coventry Godiva) 2:17:28
22 13 June 1982 Gateshead (AAA)         5 2:15:30 Steve Kenyon (Salford) 2:11:40
23 26 September 1982 Beijing (CHN)       14 2:19:48 Jong-Hyong Lee (PRK) 2:14:44
24 22 January 1983 Hong Kong         1 2:15:48  
25 17 April 1983 London (AAA)         5 2:11:44 Mike Gratton (Invicta) 2:09:43
26 19 June 1983 Laredo (ESP) – E Cup       37 2:21:35 Waldemar Cierpinski (E Ger) 2:12:26
27 21 August 1983 Bolton         9 2:27:12 Ian Thompson (Luton) 2:18:09
28 23 October 1983 New York     117 2:25:33 Rod Dixon (New Zealand) 2:08:59
29 21 January 1984 Hong Kong   2:20:43 Graeme Kennedy (Australia) 2:17:27
30 13 May 1984 London (AAA)             223    2:29:28 Charlie Spedding (Gateshead) 2:09:57
31 30 September 1984 Glasgow         5 2:16:44 John Boyes (Bournemouth) 2:14:54
32 21 April 1985 London (AAA)       18 2:15:24 Steve Jones (RAF) 2:08:16
33 01 September 1985 Bolton         1 2:20:58  
34 15 September 1985 Humber Bridge         1 2:21:24  
35 20 April 1986 London (AAA)     102 2:24:53 Toshihiko Seko (Japan) 2:10:02
36 10 May 1987 London (AAA)     217 2:32:15 Horomi Tanaguchi (Japan) 2:09:50
37 17 April 1988 London (AAA)     104 2:26:48 Henrik Jorgensen (Denmark) 2:10:20
38 11 September 1988 Humber Bridge         4 2:21:49 Steve Brace (Bridgend) 2:18:53
39 23 April 1989 London (AAA)       86 2:24:50 Douglas Wakiihuri (KEN) 2:09:03
40 10 September 1989 Humber Bridge         8 2:26:37 Marty Deane (Belfast Olympians) 2:19:53
41 22 April 1990 London (AAA)     161 2:28:53 Allister Hutton (Edinburgh SH) 2:10:10
42 09 September 1990 Humber Bridge         3 2:27:44 Ieuan Ellis (Newport) 2:19:26
43 21 April 1991 London (AAA)     232 2:29:20 Yakov Tolstikov (RUS) 2:09:17
44 12 April 1992 London (AAA)     252 2:34:43 Antonio Pinto (POR) 2:10:02
45 04 October 1992 Humber Bridge       18 2:39:31 Ieuan Ellis (Elswick) 2:19:53
46 18 April 1993 London (AAA)     150 2:32:34 Eamonn Martin (ENG) 2:10:50
47 17 April 1994 London (AAA)     170 2:32:42 Dionicio Ceron (MEX) 2:08:53
48 02 April 1995 London (AAA)     234 2:37:39 Dionicio Ceron (MEX) 2:08:30
49 21 April 1996         London (AAA)     177 2:39:16 Dionicio Ceron (MEX) 2:10:00
50 13 April 1997 London (AAA)     277 2:39:14 Antonio Pinto (POR) 2:07:55
51 16 April 2000 London (AAA)   1476 3:03:48 Antonio Pinto (POR) 2:06:36
52 22 April 2001 London (AAA)     710 2:56:26 Abdelkader El Mouaziz (MOR) 2:07:11
53 14 April 2002 London (AAA)     578 2:52:01 Khalid Khannouchi (USA) 2:05:38
54 13 April 2003 London (AAA)     295 2:47:30 Gezahegne Abera (ETH) 2:07:56

                                                                                                    

John Graham – Marathon Career Record 

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 03 May 1980 Milton Keynes (AAA)    DNF   Ian Thompson (Luton) 2:14:00
  2 08 June 1980 Laredo (ESP)         1 2:13:21  
  3 07 September 1980 Eugene, Oregon (USA)         8 2:15:04 Dick Quaz (New Zealand) 2:10:47
  4 26 October 1980 New York (USA)         3 2:11:46 Alberto Salazar (USA) 2:09:41
  5 08 February 1981 Auckland (NZ)     DNF   Dave Cannon (Gateshead) 2:12:53
  6 10 May 1981 Rugby (AAA)     DNF   Hugh Jones (Ranelagh) 2:14:07
  7 23 May 1981 Rotterdam (NED)         1 2:09:28 SCOTTISH RECORD
  8 13 September 1981 Agen (FRA) – Euro Cup    DNF   Massimo Magnani (ITA) 2:13:29
  9 25 October 1981 New York (USA)       44 2:19:13 Alberto Salazar (USA) 2:08:13
10 13 June 1982 Gateshead (AAA)         4 2:15:14 Steve Kenyon (Salford) 2:11:40
11 08 October 1982 Brisbane (AUS – Comm)         4 2:13:04 Rob DeCastella (AUS) 2:09:18
  09 April 1983 Rotterdam (NED)   Pace   Rob DeCastella (AUS) 2:08:37
12 23 October 1983 New York (USA)         5 2:10:57 Rod Dixon (New Zealand) 2:08:59
13 19 February 1984 Los Angeles (USA)    DNF   Gidamis Shahanga (TAN) 2:10:19
14 13 May 1984 London (AAA)               11    2:14:40 Charlie Spedding (Gateshead) 2:09:57
15 19 August 1984 San Francisco (USA)       17 2:23:48 Simon Kigen (KEN) 2:10:18
16 20 April 1985 Rotterdam (NED)         2 2:09:58 Carlos Lopes (POR) 2:07:12
17 20 October 1985 Chicago (USA)       12 2:12:55 Steve Jones (WAL) 2:07:13
18 19 April 1986 Rotterdam (NED)                     6 2:13:42 Abebe Mekonnen (ETH) 2:09:08
19 01 August 1986 Edinburgh (SCO – Comm)         4 2:12:10 Rob DeCastella (AUS) 2:10:15
20 18 April 1987 Rotterdam (NED)     DNF   Belayneh Dinsamo (ETH) 2:12:58
21 10 May 1987 London (AAA)       11 2:12:32 Horomi Tanaguchi (Japan) 2:09:50
22 15 January 1989 Marrakech (MAR)     DNF   Jean Weijts (BEL) 2:15:49

Allister Hutton – Marathon Career Record

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 03 May 1980 Milton Keynes (AAA)    DNF   Ian Thompson (Luton) 2:14:00
  2 01 September 1984 Oslo (NOR)         2 2:16:08 Kjell-Erik Stahl (SWE) 2:13:01
  3 21 April 1985          London (AAA)         3 2:09:16 Steve Jones (WAL) 2:08:16
  4 20 October 1985 Chicago (USA)       11 2:12:28 Steve Jones (WAL) 2:07:13
  5 20 April 1986 London (AAA)                                            3 2:12:36 Toshihiko Seko (Japan) 2:10:02
  6 30 August 1986 Stuttgart (GER – Euro)     DNF   Gelindo Bordin (ITA) 2:10:54
  7 26 October 1986 Chicago (USA)       12 2:15:57 Toshihiko Seko (JAP) 2:08:27
  8 01 November 1987 New York (USA)       44 2:22:52 Ibrahim Hussein (KEN) 2:11:01
  9 17 April 1988          London (AAA)         6 2:11:42 Henrik Jorgensen (Denmark) 2:10:20
10 23 April 1989          London (AAA)       13 2:12:47 Douglas Wakiihuri (KEN) 2:09:03
11 22 April 1990          London (AAA)         1 2:10:10  
12 21 April 1991 London (AAA)       32 2:14:13 Yakov Tolstikov (RUS) 2:09:17
13 12 April 1992 London (AAA)       89 2:25:15 Antonio Pinto (POR) 2:10:02

Fraser Clyne – Marathon Career Record    

No Date Venue Position Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 27 September 1981 Aberdeen         4 2:23:36 Max Coleby (England) 2:21:29
  2 13 June 1982 Gateshead (AAA)       17 2:20:39 Steve Kenyon (Salford) 2:11:40
  3 19 September 1982 Aberdeen         3 2:19:58 Gerry Helme (England) 2:15:16
  4 06 February 1983 Oakland (USA)         1 2:18:18  
  5 17 April 1983 London (AAA)       23 2:14:29 Mike Gratton (Invicta) 2:09:43
  6 04 December 1983 Fukuoka (JAP)       31 2:19:18 Toshihiko Seko (Japan) 2:08:52
  7 05 February 1984 Oakland (USA)         1 2:15:21  
  8 13 May 1984 London (AAA)               18    2:15:54 Charlie Spedding (Gateshead) 2:09:57
  9 30 September 1984 Berlin (GER)         6 2:15:21 Johan Skovbjerg (Denmark) 2:13:35
10 02 December 1984 Sacramento (USA)         2 2:11:50 Ken Martin (USA) 2:11:24
11 14 April 1985 Hiroshima (JAP-World Cup)       48 2:16:20 Ahmed Saleh (Djibouti) 2:08:09
12 05 May 1985 Pittsburgh (USA)       13 2:23:28 Ken Martin (USA) 2:12:57
13 13 October 1985 Melbourne (AUS)                 2 2:14:20 Frederik Vandervennet (Belgium) 2:12:35
14 08 December 1985 Sacramento (USA)         7 2:14:26 Peter Butler (Canada) 2:10:56
15 20 April 1986 London (AAA)    DNF   Toshihiko Seko (Japan) 2:10:02
16 01 August 1986 Edinburgh (SCO-Comm)       10 2:17:30 Rob DeCastella (Australia) 2:10:15
17 07 December 1986 Sacramento (USA)         6 2:15:03 Daniel Gonzalez (USA) 2:13:20
18 12 April 1987 Soeul (PRK-World Cup)       47 2:17:43 Ahmed Saleh (Djibouti) 2:10:55
19 19 July 1987 San Francisco (USA)         5 2:17:27 Mehmet Turzi (Turkey) 2:14:07
20 06 December 1987 Sacramento (USA)         5 2:18:58 Peter Maher (Canada) 2:16:49
21 06 March 1988 Casablanca (MAR)         2 2:16:32 Petr Klimes (Czechoslavakia) 2:16:32
22 02 October 1988 Saint Paul (USA)         4 2:16:04 Daniel Boltz (Switzerland) 2:14:10
23 15 January 1989 Houston (USA)         9 2:16:11 Richard Kaitany (Kenya) 2:10:04
24 16 April 1989 Milan (ITA-World Cup)    DNF   Metaferia Zeleke (Ethiopia) 2:10:28
25 01 October 1989 Berlin (GER)       23 2:17:45 Alfredo Shahanga (Tanzania) 2:10:11
26 03 December 1989 Sacramento (USA)         4 2:17:57 Budd Coates (USA) 2:14:07
27 02 November 1991 Black Isle         1 2:27:18  
28 08 December 1991 Sacramento (USA)         2 2:16:58 Bruce Deacon (Canada) 2:15:16
29 03 May 1992 Pittsburgh (USA)       18 2:25:03 Jorge Gonzalez (Puerto Rico) 2:17:33
30 02 August 1992 Elgin (SAAA)         1 2:25:38  
31 06 December 1992 Sacramento (USA)         8 2:20:43 Steve Plasencia (USA) 2:14:14
32 30 June 1993 Greenock (SAAA)         1 2:26:40  
33 24 April 1994 Fort William         1 2:25:17  
34 19 June 1994 Loch Rannoch (SAAA)         1 2:23:08  
35 15 September 1996 Greenock (SAAA)         1 2:28:25  
36 13 April 1997 London (AAA)       70 2:26:29 Antonio Pinto (Portugal) 2:07:55
37 07 September 1997 Elgin (SAAA)         1 2:29:37  
38 17 May 1998 Fort William         2 2:33:46 Mike Girvan (Warrington) 2:30:46

                                                                                                    

                                                                FRASER CLYNE ULTRA CAREER RECORD                 

No Date Venue Pos Time Winner (Club) Time
  1 19 March 1994 Pitreavie 50 km 1 3:03:33  
  2 03 April 1994 Speyside Way 50 km 1 3:02:07  
  3 08 May 1994 Greenwich (UK 100 km) DNF   Paul Taylor (Woodstock) 7:35:03
  4 15 April 1995 Two Oceans (RSA) 56 km 37 3:26:22 Simon Malindi  (RSA) 3:10:53