Jamie Williamson winning the Scottish 800m title (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Jamie Williamson winning the Scottish 800m title (photo by Bobby Gavin)

13 January 2019. The 2018 ranking lists for senior men and senior women are now on the website. The rankings show the top 20 performances and top 40 performers approximately across all standard events, including track and field and road running.


Any corrections and amendments will be gratefully received so if you feel you are missing from the rankings or misrepresented, or there is an error, please let me know and the lists will be updated.


The annual ranking lists on the website now cover all years dating back to 2000.

Junior Men and Junior Women's lists for 2018 will be available in a few weeks.




Glasgow City has added top young thrower Andrew Costello to its ranks as well as Aberdeen's Italian sprinter Christian Hristov. Two leading young field eventers also feature on the list of club changes this month, with Inverness long/triple jumper Stephen Mackenzie joining Pitreavie and Law thrower Hayley Berry moving to VP Glasgow.


The following changes of club have been approved by scottishathletics with effect from 1 January 2019:  

Marie Baxter, Garioch RR to JSK Running Club; Hayley Berry, Law & District to VP Glasgow; Colin Black, Law & District to Giffnock North; Angela Carson, Bellahouston Harriers to Giffnock North; Jonathan Collings, Livingston to Lothian RC; Andrew Costello, Kilbarchan to Glasgow City; Aimie Hendry, Cumbernauld to VP Glasgow; Christian Hristov, Aberdeen to Glasgow City; Daniel Humble, Croydon Harriers to Bellahouston Harriers; Stephen MacKenzie, Inverness Harriers to Pitreavie; Elizabeth McCall, Aberdeen to Edinburgh AC; Jason Miles-Campbell, Hamilton Harriers to Strathearn Harriers; Harris Morrison, Inverclyde to Greenock Glenpark Harriers; Lily Nicol, Nairn to Inverness Harriers; Rudi Paul, Inverness Harriers to Bellahouston Harriers; Eilidh Turner, Lothian RC to Falkirk Victoria Harriers.


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