WATCH: Weather fails to dampen spirits of Brae Race competitors

The weather did its best to put a dampers on the 2015 Brae Races, which were held at Burnmouth on Sunday.

First up was the Emergency Services Brae Sprint. There were only three entrants, with Mick Gillen from the Lifeboat crossing the line in 3.02 minutes, ahead of policewoman Lisa Dalgleish in 3.37 and fellow crew member Ian Wightman in 3.40.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. Start of the 5k race.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. Start of the 5k race.

The junior mile race had 11 entries with William Darling (U17s) the clear winner in 5.33 mins. Second was Gregor Collins (U13s) in 6.09, 
with Scott Tindle (U17s) third in 6.14.

Darling also won the junior sprint in a time of 2.40 with Tindle second in 2.56 and Collins third in 3.08.

Two of the competitors in this event, Dominic Antuilis and Charlie Dalgleish were only four years-old.

The adults sprint saw Nathan Cox lead the way in 2.03 with Tim McCall in 2.49 and Sam Livesey in 2.51. First lady was Pippa Coulson in 4.30.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. Bike race.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. Bike race.

The Brae cycle race went to Dominic Ginn with Kyle Bolton in second and Tim McCall in third.

For the combined results - 5k, sprint and cycle - the overall winner was McCall in 26.38, followed by George McMullan in 27.34 and Sam Livesey in 27.37.

Organisers had no time recorded for Oliver Kiernan’s Pretty in Pink walk as this was just a fun element. The Just Giving Page for him, and general donations is already sitting at £663, so a great additional source of fundraising for the RNLI over and above race entry fees, raffle and teas on the day.

Event organisers added that a huge thank you goes out to everyone who went along and supported the day as a competitor, volunteer, spectator or sponsor.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. First place in the 5K race Adam Fletcher.

2015 Burnmouth Brae Race. First place in the 5K race Adam Fletcher.