Metro Aberdeen athlete Kyle Greig plans to focus on shorter races in 2020 by concentrating on the marathon and 100K.
The clash between high-flying orienteering specialist Alexander Chepelin and ultra-distance champion Kyle Greig in the Bristow 15-mile trail race is expected to be one of the highlights of this weekend’s Run Balmoral meeting.
Metro Aberdeen’s Kyle Greig will travel to New Zealand’s North Island in a bid to secure a Great Britain call-up for next year’s world ultra-distance trail-running championships in Spain.
Metro Aberdeen’s Kyle Greig is playing down his chances of success in tomorrow’s Baxters Loch Ness marathon which will be his final race before marrying Scottish triathlon champion Debbie Moore next weekend.
A runner who has risen meteorically to international success has been nominated for one of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
Kyle Greig is anxiously waiting to hear if he has done enough to earn a place on the Great Britain team for this summer's World 50km Trail Running Championships in Italy.