Annual Awards

Callum Hawkins and Maria Lyle were named as our Athlete and Para Athlete of the Year at the FPSG Annual Awards 2019.

Marathon runner Hawkins saw off the challenge of holder Laura Muir and four other strong contenders to win the FPSG Athlete of the Year award.

And Dunbar teenager Maria, who won a sprint double at the Para World Championships in Dubai, was our choice as FPSG Para Athlete of the Year.

Guest of Honour Paula Radcliffe helped make the presentations to the pair at a sold out FPSG Awards Dinner in Glasgow. Read more on our Athletes of the Year…

Clubs, coaches, officials and volunteers were also recognised and acknowledged in a great celebration of our sport – scroll to the foot of this page for the full list of scottishathletics winners or visit the jogscotland website for details of the jogscotland winners.

WATCH! – Callum Hawkins & Maria Lyle on their awards

 

Full list of all scottishathletics Awards

FPSG Athlete of the Year – Callum Hawkins (Kilbarchan AAC)

FPSG Para Athlete of the Year – Maria Lyle (Team East Lothian)

U20 Athlete of the Year – Praise Olatoke  (Kilbarchan AAC)

U17 Athlete of the Year – Isla Calvert  (Livingston AC)

Masters Athlete of the Year – Alastair Walker (Teviotdale Harriers)

FPSG Performance Coach of the Year – Robert Hawkins

Development Coach of the Year – Linda Nicholson

Club Coach of the Year – David Arnott

Technical Official of the Year – Val Murdoch

Raymond Hutcheson Trophy for Services to Officiating – Dave Finlayson

Impact Club of the Year – Harmeny AC

Track and Field Club of the Year – Giffnock North AC

Off-Track Club of the Year – Central AC

Volunteer of the Year – Mark Stringer

Eddie Campbell Memorial Medal – Anna Hedley (Fife AC)

Tom Stillie Sword – Sandra Hardacre

Dallas Trust Trophy – Jake Wightman

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