Storm Doris: Falkirk’s David McCracken makes a highway training video

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Severe weather conditions and delays on the highway were not enough to prevent Falkirk captain David McCracken from training a bit this morning.

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The 35-year-old decided to make the most of a difficult situation and got out of his car to take some stretches right out there amid the congested traffic.

The MCrack was stuck on the M80, which connects Stirling, Cumbernauld and Glasgow, and which on Thursday morning was closed in both directions due to snow and extreme weather conditions that made it unsafe to drive.


David McCracken trained with some cars in the snow (Photo: Instagram)

” Use your time efficiently ‘Then get stuck in a massive crowd on the way to training, instead of just sitting, why not get out and get some bone work done,’ ‘he wrote along with his video on Instagram.

The road was reportedly closed until 6 p.m. 11, according to the Independent, meaning McCracken was unable to attend his club’s morning training session.

Strong winds of up to 94 mph have been recorded up and down the country today as Stom Doris sweeps across the UK.

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