Who We Are
The Cosmics comprise of fairly like-minded folk living in and around Aberdeen who run over hills! Most club members compete in hill races and many participate in other sports. The club welcomes new members at all levels of ability, though it is worth remembering that hill running can be harder on the body than flat-running!
Ewen and Mike are the club coaches and organise training sessions - see Runs.
The club is run on an informal basis by the Cosmic Committee.
What Do We Do
The club trains at King's College playing field, Aberdeen on Tuesday evenings in the winter and within an hour's drive of Aberdeen, at various hill locations in summer. If you're not familiar with hill running, read about it on Scottish Hill Runners or give one of us a call before turning up.
Joining the Club
If you can make it to one of our regular runs - please come and introduce yourself.
Gary Gutteridge is our membership secretary. Membership (1 Jan - 31 Dec) should be paid using Entry Central www.entrycentral.com
Membership fees for 2019 are
Senior member (20+ as at 01/01/19) ~ membership fee is 20.00
Junior member (under 20 as at 01/01/19) ~ membership fee is 5.00
Unwaged or a student ~ membership fee is 5.00
Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible guardian
Paid up members will be invited to join the exclusive Cosmic Hillbashers email Google group.
If you have any feedback about this website please contact Sue.
Kit is available to order from Alan Cormack. For more info, contact Alan or ask one of the regulars at training.
Cosmics exists alongside Scottish Athletics and Scottish Hill Runners. Most races use insurance from one or the other, but there is no obligation to be a member of either. SAL would like you to know:
Communication is changing at scottishathletics and we want you to be more involved. Check out our website www.scottishathletics.org.uk on a day-by-day basis for all the latest news and information on the sport in this country. Our Facebook page will keep you posted, too. Please check it regularly for pictures, forthcoming events and your comments. Thanks for your interest in both scottishathletics and athletics in Scotland.