New PB edition issued to our members – as Colin charts recovery

Friday 8th April 2022

The first edition of PB magazine for 2022 is being issued to our members this week.

It captures action from the Lindsays National XC and Scotland at the DNA International but there is also a strong feature element to this issue.

We’ve club focus pieces on West End Road Runners, Pitreavie AAC and Newton Road Runners as well as a look at two athletes in America.

We pay tribute to the careers of Eilidh Doyle and Chris O’Hare, who have both now retired, and there’s an in-depth read with Masters Record-breaker, Paul Forbes, of Edinburgh AC.

Our scottishathletics qualified Officials are important to us and that is reflected in interviews with Richard O’Grady and Joyce Wighton, who give a great insight as to why they love officiating.

This piece from out chief executive, Colin Hutchison, charts the ‘fightback’ from Covid-19 and how our sport has responded superbly

Hear from Hamish Armitt of Giffnock North about staying focused despite health issues and read a special piece on Eating Disorders from Jessica Robson of Law and District AAC, who is also with our Young People’s Forum.

We urge athletes, coaches and parents to read Jessica’s article and the specialist advice from Renee McGregor.

After stunning Indoors Seasons, our cover stars are Jenny Selman and World Indoor 60m fifth-placer, sprinter Adam Thomas.

The centre pages of the new edition feature this big read on Eilidh Doyle and Chris O’Hare after they announced their retirements from competition over the past few months


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