Another weekend and another group from Stornoway Running and Athletics Club are away on the mainland for an athletics event.
They were yesterday running the gauntlet of Highland weather, pictured.
The official Highland forecast says rain and hill snow is expected to arrive from the south-west later on Saturday, the area gradually drifting northwards through Saturday night, Sunday and into Monday.
In some places this will be accompanied by gales, which will generate blizzard conditions. The largest accumulations will be confined to above 400 metres, where 20-30 cm of snow could build up, but more temporary accumulations of 2-5, locally 10 cm are possible down to around 250 metres. Some uncertainty remains over precisely where the focus of the heaviest snow will be, and uncertainty also increases in the details of various areas of snow later into the weekend and early next week.
This competition is in the Emirates Arena in Glasgow. This is the Commonwealth Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, in Dalmarnock. Built for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, these venues hosted the badminton and track cycling events. Situated opposite Celtic Park, the complex is also the headquarters of Sportscotland and Scottish Cycling.
The final travelling group was thinned out due to sporting injuries.
Sian Macdonald 60m & 200m
Ewan Macleod 200m, 400m & 800m
Ewan Murray 60m, 200m and Long jump

Hannah Maclean 60m & 200m
Kaitlin Macdonald 200m & Long Jump
Jess Muir 60m & 200m
Noah Morrison 60m & 200m