Indoor championships

Grant Muir (350), wins the 2018 800 metres title. Photograph by Bobby Gavin.

The Scottish indoor championships were first held in 1972 at the Bells Sports Centre, Perth. The event was held in Perth for five years and then, in 1987, was resurrected after a 10-year-gap at the Edinburgh Exhibition Centre, Ingliston. That year, the Kelvin Hall Sports Arena was opened in Glasgow. The indoor championships moved to that venue in 1988 and have never looked back. The championships have been held annually since, moving to its current home, the Emirates Arena, in 2013.

The current Scottish champions are:

MEN
60 metres – Michael Olsen, Edinburgh AC, 6.84
200 metres – Alec Thomas, Victoria Park City of Glasgow AC, 21.79
400 metres – Sadam Koumi, Birchfield Harriers, 47.89
800 metres – Grant Muir, Giffnock North AAC, 1:54.78
1500 metres – Jamie Williamson, Springburn Harriers, 3:48.39
3000 metres – Kristian Jones, Swansea Harriers, 8:07.65
60 metres hurdles – Jake Lindacher, United States, 8.39
High jump – Lewis McGuire, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, 2.14
Pole vault – Dylan Thomson, Pitreavie AAC, 4.60
Long jump – Alessandro Schenini, Giffnock North AAC, 7.31
Triple jump – Chukwudi Onyia, Edinburgh AC, 15.34
Shot putt – Craig Sturrock, Thames Valley Harriers, 15.48
Heptathlon – Rolus Olusa, Clonliffe Harriers, 4958
4 x 200 metres relay – Giffnock North AAC 1:30.60

WOMEN
60 metres – Katy Wyper, Blackpool, Wyre & Fylde AC, 7.51
200 metres – Zoey Clark, Aberdeen AAC, 23.58
400 metres – Roisin Smith, Airdrie Harriers, 56.40
800 metres – Laura Muir, Dundee Hawkhill Harriers, 1:59.69
1500 metres – Jemma Reekie, Kilbarchan AAC, 4:15.69
3000 metres – Laura Muir, Dundee Hawkhill Harriers, 8:37.21
60 metres hurdles – Heather Paton, Birchfield Harriers, 8.34
High jump – Sommer Lecky, Finn Valley AC, 1.86
Pole vault – Anna Gordon, Edinburgh AC, 3.65
Long jump – Rachel Alexander, Giffnock North AAC, 6.04
Triple jump – Siobhan Kingham, Edinburgh AC, 12.00
Shot putt – Mhairi Porterfield, Victoria Park City of Glasgow AC, 13.54
Pentathlon – Sarah Connolly, North Down AC, 3760
4 x 200 metres relay – Giffnock North AAC, 1:45.27

You can also download the Scottish Indoor Championship Booklet 2018 covering the history of the indoor championships. In it, you can find the details of all the championship winners, the championship best performances and the leading medal winners.

You can also find details of the senior championship 1-2-3 and the age-group championship winners on the SATS website.

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