The 2018 Glenmore 10k was won by Andrew Grieve from Broadford.
The race started at the Camanachd Clubhouse and consisted of a challenging uphill stretch and a return to the Clubhouse.
As well as being a talented runner, Andrew was recently awarded the Young People Award in the Eilean a’ Cheò Civic Awards 2017 in recognition of his hours of volunteer work.
Andrew was nominated by Nicholas Kelly, a Youth Worker with High Life Highland.
Andrew moved to Broadford last year whilst in his 6th year at High School and started volunteering with a small after school Dodgeball session for Primary aged children. For a year, he has delivered and managed weekly term sessions as a High Life Highland Young Leader, and has completed a Sports Leaders UK course, clocking-up well in excess of the 25 hours volunteering required.
Andrew's voluntary work also includes assisting at the Crossroads Shop in Portree and at the old folks home at An Acarsaid in Broadford.
Below: Andrew Grieve after his victory.
The prizegiving was held in the Clubhouse for those who took part in the 10k and the Fun Run.
A full list of racers and times will be published shortly.