FPSG Para Athlete of the Year Derek Rae with his wife Susan and coach, Ron Morrison (photo by Bobby Gavin)
It was a special night at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow as the great and the good of our sport gathered for the FPSG Awards Dinner.
Dame Kelly Holmes was our Guest of Honour for an evening which celebrates and acknowledges the huge contributions to our sport beyond the awards of FPSG Athlete of the Year and FPSG Para Athlete of the Year.
Coaches, clubs, volunteers and Officials are recognised, too, for their efforts over the past year which have helped continue to spread a ‘feelgood factor’ across athletics in Scotland.
Here we publish the full list of our (many) Award winners and, at the foot of the list, there are links to previous stories which cover all those (clubs and individuals) short-listed for various accolades.
Masters Athlete of the Year, Charlotte Morgan, receives her trophy from Angela Mudge – who was one of our Hall of Fame recipients
Technical Official of the Year: Margaret Brown
Raymond Hutcheson Trophy for Services to Officiating: Ian McWatt
Volunteer of the Year: Stephen Wallace
The Eddie Campbell Memorial Award: Sunny McGrath
Honary Life Membership: Mairi Levack
Impact Club of the Year: Team East Lothian
Track & Field Club of the Year: Edinburgh AC
Off Track Club of the Year: Garscube Harriers
The Tom Stillie Sword: Adrian Stott
The Dallas Trust Trophy: Eilish McColgan
Club Coach of the Year: Kirk and Linda Smith
Development Coach of the Year: John Lees
Performance Coach of the Year: Andy Young
U17 Athlete of the Year: Kane Elliott
U20 Athlete of the Year: Erin Wallace
Masters Athlete of the Year: Charlotte Morgan
FPSG Para Athlete of the Year: Derek Rae
FPSG Athlete of the Year: Laura Muir
*We had more than 50 submissions received from the sport across categories for Clubs, Coaches, Volunteer and Technical Official and all those short-lists have been made public in advance of Saturday evening.
Team East Lothian celebrate their Impact Club of the Year award, presented by Jo Butterfield