Sean wins top SDS award as athletes and coaches land recognition

Monday 26th September 2022

Sean Frame celebrates marathon silver success at Birmingham (photo by Bobby Gavin)

Scottish Disability Sport

Scottish athletes and coaches were prominent among the winners when Scottish Disability Sport staged their annual awards for 2022.

And we were delighted to celebrate with Birmingham 2022 silver medallist, Sean Frame, as he won one of the top accolades.

In all, there were four winners from Para track and field which was a good representation in a very strong year for Para athletes in Scotland across a range of sports.

‘I was pleased to attend the SDS Annual Awards and AGM and it has been a very exciting 2022 for Para sport in Scotland,’ said Pamela Robson, our National Disability Pathway Officer.

‘Sean won one of the main awards and that was great to see because the competition was strong with other medallists from the Commonwealths. Sean’s performance in Birmingham was such a strong one and a real highlight.

‘I was also pleased to see awards for Adam Donnachie, Graham Harvey and Ruth Watson.’

The SDS Award winners  for athletic were as follows:

*Sean Frame – The Findlay Calder Trophy presented to the SDS Athlete of the Year

*Adam Donnachie –  The Russell Hogg Bursary is supported by the Russell Hogg Trust which aims to encourage participation and proved financial support for international athletes

*Graham Harvey (Forth Valley Flyers) – the Community Champion Trophy recognises an individual or organisation who has gone above and beyond to support the development of Para sport in their local community

*Ruth Watson (Aberdeen AAC) – The Russell Hogg Trophy celebrating Development Coach of the


Tags: Adam Donnachie, Graham Harvey, Pamela Robson, Ruth Watson, Scottish Disability Sport, Sean Frame

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