Paula Radcliffe is our Guest of Honour for the FPSG Annual Awards – and you can join us at the Dinner in Glasgow in November.
It’s always a great occasion as scottishathletics look to celebrate achievement and recognise commitment with our awards covering athletes, coaches, clubs, volunteers and Officials.
Saturday 23 November is the date for your diary for the big night at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow and tickets are now on sale.
And we are also opening up the nominations process so that we can hear from you about those who deserve to be mentioned when we welcome World Women’s Marathon Record holder Paula Radcliffe to the FPSG Annual Awards.
Tickets are priced at £45 for individuals or at £425 for a full table (of 10).
Laura Muir received the FPSG Athlete of the Year award last year from Dame Kelly Holmes (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Derek Rae won our FPSG Para Athlete of the Year award in 2018 and is pictured with his wife Susan and coach Ron Morrison (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Nominations for our awards are also open. The club categories are:
CLUB: Impact Club of the Year; Off-Track Club of the Year; Track and Field Club of the Year
COACH: Club Coach of the Year; Development Coach of the Year (12 years +)
VOLUNTEER: Volunteer of the Year; Technical Official of the Year
(Guidance notes and criteria for each award can be found on the front page of the form)
To nominate an individual or club please go to the following link:
*Note that nominations for the various Athlete of the Year award categories and for Performance Coach of the Year are chosen by the relevant scottishathletics selection committees.
Team East Lothian celebrated being named as our Impact Club of the Year in 2018 (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Cumbernauld AAC stalwart Stephen Wallace was named 2018 Volunteer of the Year and received his trophy from Mark Munro (photo by Bobby Gavin)