2019/20 Winter Season

AAAC Indoor OGM Entry Form & Timetables for 2019-20

2019 20 AAAC Winter Fixtures


Aberdeen AAC is one of Scotland’s premier xc clubs. AAAC won the AT Mays Memorial Trophy, for the top team performance across all male categories in the 2018 national xc championships. In the 2018/19 season, the club positioned 6th overall for females in the East league and 1st overall for males. Various medals were also won at single championship events, with several club members going on to represent Scotland internationally throughout the winter.

The Winter fixture list above includes all significant local and Scottish National cross country fixtures, as well as indoor track and field.

Club members interested in being entered to participate in District and National level cross country fixtures should complete and submit the form below. If your availability changes, please re-submit the form asap.

XC Availability Form

Winter Availability 2019-20 (Responses)

Members should be aware that entry fees are paid for all fixtures on the above form, with the exception of the three East League events. Please keep this in mind when expressing availability to minimise wastage. Generally, we must submit entries 2-3 weeks ahead of fixtures where necessary. Entries will be submitted based on form submissions at that time. A week or so ahead of each event, members will be contacted with necessary detail and arrangements.

For information regarding open club xc training sessions, see the xc coaching page.

For further detail, particularly on fixtures not included in the availability form, please go to the Scottish Athletics website. For detail specific to the East District XC League, visit the dedicated website. Finally, for historic cross country and road running detail and stats, visit the Scottish Archive.


Athletes are encouraged to attend the Knockburn XC race on 03/11/19 with a completed entry form to speed up admin. on the day.

Knockburn XC Entry Form 2019   Knockburn XC Course 2019


The club cross country championships are yet to be confirmed or designated.

Across the cross country season, points are awarded to individuals in each age category based on performance relative to their teammates, with the winner at the end of the season being the participant with the highest cumulative score across their top five finishes. The points can be won across district and national fixtures, or local events for U11 categories. Those with the highest scores at the end of the season will be declared the Club Points Champion.

All cross country awards will be distributed at a dedicated end of season event.

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British Indoor Champs 2018

Naomi Lang, Armagh 5k 2018