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Clydesdale Harrier's Club Novice Championship 1922

Clydesdale Harrier's Club Novice Championship 1922

 

The Clydesdale Harriers athletics club was formed on 4 May 1885 and was the first "open" amateur athletics club (ie; open to all members of the public, and not just school pupils, university students etc.) in Scotland. One of the many illustrious members of the Club was Jock Semple, who ran in several Boston marathons and was associated with the race for nearly forty 40 years. He was chosen to represent the USA at the first Pan-American Games in 1951.