Double gold amid medals and PBs at BUCS; Winter Throws Results

Monday 26th February 2024

Results summary (on

There have been some fine performances by Scottish athletes indoors this season – and the British Unis Champs (BUCS) underlined that feeling with a series of podium places.

Alyson Bell and Adam Hoole led the way with gold success and there were strong impressions on our all-time list for indoor track and field, too.

The overall tally read two gold, two silver and six bronze to take that medal-winning total into double figures.

Adam won the Men’s Long Jump with a PB leap of 7.52m that takes him sixth in the all-time list. The Team East Lothian athlete also landed bronze in the pole vault with 4.63m. To complete a good weekend, Adam was fifth in the 60m hurdles with his 7.93 sixth all-time.

Alyson won the Women’s 60m sprints final on Friday evening with a new PB of 7.35 which takes her second all-time in that event.

Jane Davidson took bronze in the 60m hurdles and a new PB of 8.32 takes the Aberdeen AAC athlete second all-time.

The Scottish silver medallists were Hannah Anderson in the 1500m and Freya Howgate in the Ambulant Shot.

As well as Jane and Adam, there were other bronze medals for Sara Barbour, Amy Kennedy, Jack Patton and Ben MacMillan.

Sara’s pole vault PB is eighth all-time and in the 200m heats Lois Garland clocked 23.92 for sixth best all-time indoors.


2024_salwlt – Results

Our throwers gathered in good numbers for the scottishathletics Winter Throws GP meet at Crownpoint on Saturday.

Conditions were excellent for February and thanks to all those who competed and to our scottishathletics Officials for, as ever, their support to make events happen.





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