The Scottish U13, U15 and U20 Championships were held in Aberdeen on Saturday the 28th and Sunday the 29th of August. Despite the distance, Victoria Park athletes made the journey north and made a huge impact on the events.
The full results were published on the Scottish Athletics website at this link: http://www.janetnixon.info/scottish/2021/Age/ but we’re pleased to list our medal winners here.
James Clark was 1st in the U15 Boys 300m with a time of 38.52s. He was also 2nd in the 80m Hurdles with a time of 12.90s.
Jessie Caig was 1st in the U15 Girls 75m Hurdles with a time of 11.82s, just ahead of her training partner, Ava Mitchell who was 2nd in a time of 11.98s. Jessie was also 2nd in the U15 Girls Shot with a distance of 10.29m.
Sol Stewart was 1st in the U20 Men’s 100m with a time of 10.90s and 3rd in the 200m with a time of 22.20s.
Lara Storrie was 3rd in the U20 Pole with a height of 2.80m.
Alishia O’Connor was 3rd in the U15 Girls Long Jump with a distance of 4.76m.
Cara Kirkwood was 2nd in the U15 Girls Triple Jump with a distance of 9.73m, while her sister Holly Kirkwood was 3rd in the U20 Women’s Triple Jump with a distance of 10.85m.
Katie Matheson was 2nd in the U15 Girls Discus with a distance of 25.50m, just ahead of her club mate, Courtney Fraser who was 3rd in a time of 25.48m.
Meghan Porterfield was 1st in the U20 Women’s Discus with a distance of 39.61m and was 2nd in the Shot with a distance of 11.76s.
Haley Elliott was 3rd in the U20 Women’s Discus with a distance of 33.78m.
Fintan Rooney was 1st in the U13 Boys Discus with a distance of 27.65m and 2nd in the Javelin with a distance of 31.89m.
Gavin Wilson was 3rd in the U20 Men’s High Jump with a distance of 1.82m.
It was pleasing to see so many officials from Victoria Park supporting the championships and as always we’re grateful to Scottish Athletics for hosting a great event.