WATCH: Superb snapshot video from Saturday action at Grangemouth

Monday 10th July 2023

Photo by Bobby Gavin


The 4J championship season continued at Grangemouth over the weekend as our Combined Event and Masters athletes competed for coveted medals.

Para open events and a steeplechase added to the programme as around 300 athletes competed at the central Scotland venue over the two days.

Thanks you to all the athletes who supported these events with entries and to coaches and clubs, too.

As always, we acknowledge the terrific contribution from our scottishathletics Officials to ensure the events were delivered.


*We were delighted to welcome videographer Digvijoy Kakoty to Grangemouth on Saturday to produce an overall short highlights package.

Digvijoy works for YFS Media, our partners earlier this year for coverage of the Indoor and Cross Country seasons.

Great to see this fine work, which captures really well an event which covers so many age groups and disciplines.


Bobby Gavin photos from Saturday on Facebook

In terms of the Senior and U20 athletes, Alister Mackay of Inverness Harriers took the gold with a points tally of 6512.

That was followed by U20 duo Zak Fearn (Inverness Harriers) on 5440 and Dakota Sattar (VP-Glasgow) with 5090.

New Zealander Christina Ryan won the Women’s Heptathlon with 4158 points. Taking second place was U20 athlete Hannah Wallace (Cumbernauld AAC) with 3277 points as third went to U20 athlete Isla Raeburn ((Kilmarnock Harriers) with 2978 points.

Photos by Bobby Gavin


Tags: 4J Studios CE Champs, Grangemouth, Masters Cross Country

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