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Lisa Glover brightened sprits at this year’s sodden season ending SportTayside & Fife Championships on 16th September by capturing a National Junior record. During the days heavy rainfall the Fife AC athlete hurled the javelin out to achieve new record figures of 45.09m. It was a fantastic achievement for Glover who has a further two years in the Junior age-group. She can now go into winter training and her new start at university in Glasgow knowing that she is capable of achieving even more next season.
Elsewhere athletes finished their season in what were horrendous conditions for competitors and officials to endure. However, as always, the Officials provided a fantastic service to allow the meeting to go on and many athletes responded accordingly with 28 new meeting records being achieved on the sodden Caird Park Track. It was a positive end to the season for many as there were a raft of personal best performances as athletes from all over the region shared the prizes between them.
For many its now time to get ready for the mud of the cross country fields while others will retreat into winter training in the hope they can dry out their kit for the start of next year’s track season!
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The first meeting of the scottishathletics Open Graded Grand Prix series took place in Grangemouth on Wednesday. The series consists of five meetings, culminating in a Final in Dundee on Saturday 25th August, is designed to help raise the standard of competition across Scotland. There is a total prize fund of £14,000 designed to entice Scotland’s top athletes out to compete head to head more often. Click here to read the full article.
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The ScottishPower National Young Athletes Road Race Championships took place in Perth on Sunday March 25th, with a record entry. For more information click here.
On Monday 22nd January, the SportTayside & Fife Fun in Athletics Finals took place at Next Generation Clubs, Monifieth. The Festival was organised by SportTayside & Fife in partnership with Sportshall Associates, as part of their UK-wide road show. For more information click here.
The SportTayside & Fife Track & Field Championships took place on Sunday 17th September at Caird Park in Dundee. This was the first year this event has included Fife and it proved to be a great benefit as numbers were up and standards rose. As well as medals for the first three in each event, trophies were presented for those who broke Championship Best Performances. Such was the success of the athletes that the organisers ran out of trophies!! Click here to read more.
The SportTayside & Fife Combined Events Championships were a great success yesterday with some exciting competition throughout the day. A day which started with wind and rain finished in a blaze of sunshine as performances hotted up on the track and in the field. The fields included a large number of local athletes, along with athletes from all over Scotland; all competing at Dundee’s newly refurbished Caird Park Stadium. Click here to read more.
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