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Pitreavie Amateur Athletics Club

Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. Registered Charity SC05575.

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Pitreavie athletes celebrated an exceptional 14 medals at the Scottish National Indoor Championships in Glasgow (10-11 March) with four gold medals, four silver medals, and six bronze.

Rebecca Grieve took home gold after winning the 300m in her 1st year in the U15 category. In the U20 category, Pitreavie athletes won three gold medals: Dylan Thomson taking top prize in the pole vault; Bethany McAndrew winning the 60m hurdles event; and Alex Johnston taking top spot in the 1500m in his first year in the U20 category. Taylor Roy narrowly missing out on gold after a photo finish in the U20s 60m hurdles.

Caleb McLeod, in U13 category achieved the rare double at a national championship of two silver medals - one in the long jump and one in the 1500m. His jump of 4.79m and run of 4:51.81s also gained Caleb two club records as well as two personal bests. 

High jumpers Jacob Carr and Samuel Turnbull placed 2nd and 3rd taking home silver and bronze respectively, with Jacob continuing his success into the shot putt event with a bronze medal. Fergus MacGilp (60m Hurdles), Ryan Woods (high jump), Zoe Nicholson (1500m) and Dani Mauchlen also scooped a bronze medal.

The Championships, held for U13, U15 and U20 athletes, were the last event of the indoor season, and were held at the Emirates arena in Glasgow. Images of Rebecca Grieve and Alex Johnston courtesy of Bobby Gavin (ThatOneMoment)


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