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Awards and Trophies

Scottishathletics have announced Athlete of the Year awards at an annual dinner each year since 1999. Athlete of the Year 2021 Laura Muir. 2020 (joint) Laura Muir, Jemma Reekie and Jake Wightman. 2019 Callum Hawkins. 2018 Laura Muir. 2017 Callum Hawkins. 2016 Laura Muir. 2015 Laura Muir. 2014 Eilidh Child. 2013 Eilidh Child. 2012 Lynsey Sharp. 2011 Lynsey Sharp. 2010 Eilidh Child. 2009 Eilidh Child. 2008 Allan Scott. 2007 Lee McConnell. 2006 Chris Baillie. 2005 Morag MacLarty. 2004 Kathy Butler. 2003 Ian Mackie & Lee McConnell. 2002 Darren Ritchie & Lee McConnell. 2001 Chris Baillie & Kathy Butler. 2000 Ian Mackie & Angela Mudge. 1999 Simon Pride & Sinead Dudgeon. Under 23 Athlete of the Year 2011 Lynsey Sharp. 2010 Stephanie Twell. 2009 Eilidh Child. 2008 Eilidh Child. 2007 Eilidh Child. 2006 Gemma Nicol. 2005 Ian Munro & Kirsty Maguire. 2004 Allan Scott & Collette Fagan. Under 20 Athlete of the Year 2021 Kane Elliott. 2020 Megan Keith, 2019 Praise Olatoke. 2018 Erin Wallace. 2017 Jemma Reekie. 2016 Cameron Tindle. 2015 Josh Kerr. 2014 Kimberley Reed. 2013 Nick Percy & Jake Wightman. 2012 Emily Dudgeon. 2011 Ross Matheson. 2010 Sarah Kelly. 2009 Beth Potter. 2008 Lynsey Sharp. 2007 Mark Mitchell. 2006 James Campbell. 2005 James Campbell & Morag MacLarty. 2004 Ross Toole & Gemma Nicol. 2003 Garry Hagan, Kris Berry & Gemma Nicol. 2002 Derek Watson & Freya Murray. 2001 Andrew Lemoncello & Aileen Wilson. 2000 Allan Stuart & Aileen Wilson. 1999 Chris Baillie & Wendy Davidson. Under 18/17 Athlete of the Year 2021 Katie Johnson. 2020 Anna Hedley, 2019 Isla Calvert. 2018 Kane Elliott. 2017 Joel McFarlane. 2016 Erin Wallace. 2015 Alisha Rees. 2014 Josh Kerr. 2013 Katie Purves. 2012 John McCall. 2011 Nick Percy & Tom Holligan. 2010 Jay Younger. 2009 Sarah Kelly. 2008 Myra Perkins. 2007 Jade Nimmo. 2006 Jamie Stevenson. 2005 David Martin & Natalie Doyle. 2004 Kris Robertson & Kim Skinner. 2003 Craig France & Eilidh Child. 2002 Gordon Grierson & Gemma Nicol. Masters Athlete of the Year 2021 Stefanie Reid. 2020 Joasia Zakrzewski, 2019 Alasdair Walkert 2018 Charlotte Morgan. 2017 Philippa Millage. 2016 Kerry-Liam Wilson. 2015 Joasia Zakrzewski. 2014 John Thomson. 2013 Sharon Law. 2012 Fiona Matheson. 2011 Fiona Matheson. 2010 Darren Scott. 2009 Laura Mahady. 2008 Darren Scott. 2007 Sandra Branney. 2006 Sandra Branney. 2005 Janette Stevenson. 2004 John Ross & Susan Freebairn. 2003 Robert Stevenson & Rosemary Chrimes. 2002 Chris Black & Esther Linaker. Para Athlete of the Year 2021 Owen Miller. 2019 Maria Lyle. 2018 Derek Rae. 2017 Samantha Kinghorn. 2016 Libby Clegg. 2015 Maria Lyle. 2014 Libby Clegg. 2013 Libby Clegg. 2012 Libby Clegg. 2011 Libby Clegg. 2010 Collette Martin. 2009 Lauren Peffers. 2008 Libby Clegg. 2007 Allan Stuart. 2006 Libby Clegg. 2005 Stephen Payton & Laura Kinder.

British Championships

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Emsley Carr Mile

The Emsley Carr Mile is an annual invitational athletics running event held in the United Kingdom over one mile for men, first held in 1953. Scottish winners of the race have been:

Ian Stewart (1970, 3:57.4), Peter Stewart (1971, 4:00.4), Peter Stewart (1972, 3:55.3), Frank Clement (1973, 4:01.81), Frank Clement (1974,  3:57.44), John Robson (1978, 3:55.83), Jake Wightman (2017, 3:54.92).

Leagues

Universities

The BUSF British Universities Cross Country Championships were first held in 1964 replacing the National Universities Championships. Since that date the following Scottish athletes have won the title:

Men

1964 Fergus Murray (joint), 1966 Fergus Murray, 1973 Andy McKean, 1984 Callum Henderson, 1992 Robert Quinn, 1998 Phil Mowbray, 2016 Callum Hawkins.

Women

1974 Moira O'Boyle, 1989 Vicky Vaughan, 1992 Vikki McPherson, 2008 Stephanie Twell, 2010 Stephanie Twell.

The World University Cross Country Championships is an international biennial cross country running competition for student athletes, organised by the International University Sports Federation (FISU)

First established in 1968 as a men's only event, a women's race was added in 1976 and FISU gave the event its official sanctioning two years later. The programme of each championship consists of one men's and one women's race, with prizes being available for individuals and national teams. Each country may enter up to six male athletes and five female athletes. A mixed-sex relay was introduced at the 2022 edition.

Scottish athletes who have won individual medals at the event are:

Gold Laurie Reilly (Men, 1976)

Silver Moira O'Boyle (Women, 1976), Vikki McPherson (Women, 1992)

Bronze Alistair Blamire (Men, 1970), Ian Gilmour (Men, 1974), Robert Quinn (Men, 1992).

Ian Hamer (Wales) won Gold in 1990 while a student at Heriot-Watt University.

USA

Scottish performances at NCAA Championships

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