CE and Masters athletes land medals in Dundee sunshine

Monday 11th July 2022

M75 George Hunter of Pitreavie AAC in 400m action – as he clocks a sub 80 second lat with 79.39 (photo by Bobby Gavin)

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The Regional Performance Centre in Dundee proved the perfect venue for another weekend of #4Jathletics.

Our Combined Events, Masters and Steeplechase competitors were treated to warm conditions on Tayside – with a big thank you to our Officials for their assistance in staging events over Saturday and Sunday.

Kilbarchan’s Eden Duff and Briagha Cook of Aberdeen took the Senior golds in the 4J Studios CE Champs with deeper competition in the U20 age groups.

William Hodi of Nairn Area AAC won the Men’s with 6580 points as Alister Mackay of Inverness Harriers also topping 6000 points with 6202.

Brooke Dunlop of Kilmarnock won the U20 Women’s Heptathlon gold with 4363 points in a tight contest with Cumbernauld’s Hannah Wallace (4253).

Photos by Bobby Gavin on Facebook (Saturday)

In the U17 age group, there was a double for Inverness Harriers thanks to the efforts of Stroma Fraser (4618) and Zak Fearn (5597).

In the younger age groups there were Scottish title wins as follows:

U15 Boys Pentathlon – James Clark of VP-Glasgow 2688

U13 Boys Pentathlon – Murray Taylor of Inverness Harriers 1840

U15 Girls Pentathlon – Victoria Anestik of Falkirk Victoria Harriers 3163

U13 Girls Pentathlon – Leanna Elliot of Airdrie Harriers 2465

Well done to all our CE competitors – and their families, coaches and clubs – over the weekend and thanks for your support for the event.


Our Masters athletes were in action on Saturday across a range of track and field events – with the 5000m races then following on Sunday.

There were a number of strong performances and medal doubles and it is good to see club social media encouraging their Masters athletes.

It was also good to note one or two in these age groups ‘returning’ to competition, perhaps after Covid absences and the event shutdowns of 2020 and part of 2021.

In those 5000m races on Sunday, there were fine runs from W40 Michelle Sandison (Springburn) at 18:25 and W60 Fiona Matheson (Falkirk) at 19:03. In between those two was M60 Jeff Farquhar of Pitreavie AAC at 18.265. In the A pool race, Garscube’s Colin Whitby was first home in 15:57.

Masters Women line up after their 5000m race (photo by Marianne Crichton)

Tags: 4J Masters Champs, 4J Studios CE Champs, Dundee

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