Annual Awards

2022: Athlete of Year story

2022: Clubs, coaches, volunteers, Officials

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The 4J Studios scottishathletics and jogscotland Annual Awards 2021 took place at the Glasgow Hilton on 9 October 2021, with host Bryan Burnett and Guest of Honour, five-time Olympian, Jo Pavey MBE.

The night culminated with Laura Muir being named 4J Athlete of the Year, and Owen Miller as 4J Para Athlete of the Year. Scroll down to watch our video interviews with Laura, Owen, and Owen’s coach Steve Doig.

The winners in full

jogscotland Achiever of the Year – Alison Miller Duff, Ready Steady Go, Pitreavie
jogscotland Achiever of the Year – Neil Nairn, Fenwick Striders
Volunteer of the Year – Pamela Stephen and Fiona Pollock
Eddie Campbell Award – Isla Hedley
4J Studios Innovation Award – West End Road Runners
Honorary Life Members – Alistair Aitchison, Janice Hendrie, Bob Masson
Track & Field Club of the Year – Pitreavie AAC
Impact Club of Year – Harmeny AC
Janice Eaglesham MBE Para Development Club of the Year – Fife AC
Tom Stillie Sword – Gerry Gaffney
Dallas Trust – Josh Kerr
jogscotland Group of the Year – Let’s Go Linlithgow
SAMH Mental Wellbeing Award – Joanne Tominey, Jiggly Joggers
Technical Official of the Year – Kevin, Carol, Rebekah and David Rose
Raymond Hutcheson Award for Services to Officiating –  Richard O’Grady
U17 Athlete of the Year – Katie Johnson
U20 Athlete of the Year – Kane Elliott
Community Club Coach of the Year – Nichola Crawford
Development Coach of the Year – James McMenemy
Performance Coach of the Year – Andy Young
Masters Athlete of the Year – Stefanie Reid
4J Para Athlete of the Year – Owen Miller
4J Athlete of the Year – Laura Muir



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