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Maryburgh athlete breaks 5k club record at Run and Become Sri Chinmoy Invitational

By Will Clark

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Maryburgh athlete Sean Chalmers and Inverness teenager Megan Keith set new 5k Inverness Harriers club records at the Run and Become invitational at Lochgelly.

Chalmers set a new club record of 14 minutes and 21 seconds for fourth place overall in a strong field of athletes.

The record was previously held by Stephen Mackay, who also managed to equal his personal best at 14:52 for 23rd place.

In the women's race, Megan Keith continued to add to her list of under-20 club records as she won the title in 17 minutes and was fifth overall.

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