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18-Aug-2020 21:02

With PBs at 1500, 3000, 500, including a Scottish record at 5000, Eilish is a deserving winner. Callum Hawkins, 4th in the World Championships Marathon, was named as scottishathletics Athlete of the Year at the FPSG Annual Awards ceremony on Saturday.

European Junior 1500 metres champion Jemma Reekie, the SATS Challenge Under-20 winner, took the Under-20 award and Joel Mc Farlane repeated that feat when winning the under-17 award.

The team going to the Commonwealth Games is: Men: Chris Bennett, Andrew Butchart, Mark Dry, Callum Hawkins, Guy Learmonth, Chris O’Hare, Robbie Simpson, Allan Smith, David Smith, Jax Thoirs, Jake Wightman.

Women: Amy Carr (para), Zoey Clark, Eilidh Doyle, Rachel Hunter, Sammi Kinghorn (para), Maria Lyle (para), Holly Mc Arthur, Kirsten Mc Aslan (relay), Eilish Mc Colgan, Emma Nuttall, Lynsey Sharp, Kelsey Stewart (relay), Stephanie Twell, Lennie Waite.

Sometimes it proved to be true, but many times it wasn’t.

“Scandinavian women always scored really high – they are cool, modern, interesting and pretty.

The 37-year-old said: “I travelled to over sixty countries and dated women from all over the world.

“I often went to a place just because it was supposed to have wonderful women.

But our winner this year is Kilbarchan's Jemma Reekie, European Junior Champion, who moved up from 16th in 2016 to take this year's title, following on from Kimberley Reed, Jack Lawrie and Cameron Tindle. Joel Mc Farlane, Central and Arbroath's multi-talented athlete who was the winner of the under-15 title in 2015 emerged at the top again, beating off the challenge of Giffnock's Adam Clayton to take the under-17 SATS Challenge title.On the plus side, a British bloke just needs to say a few words to an American girl and she’s in the bag. “Although Brazilian girls are sexy and fun-loving, they’re a bit obsessed with the pursuit for a big bum and drink beer and wear flip flops all the time." Sun Agony Aunt Deirdre Sanders describes pick-up artists like Richard as "emotionally damaged men" who are a "danger to women". Commonwealth Games Scotland today announced the 25 athletes who will represent Team Scotland in the track, field and marathon at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.One thing is certain, though - the SATS Challenge Senior Athlete of the Year which starts this week will not be won by Callum.We focus only on track and field, which does not take road racing into account.

But our winner this year is Kilbarchan's Jemma Reekie, European Junior Champion, who moved up from 16th in 2016 to take this year's title, following on from Kimberley Reed, Jack Lawrie and Cameron Tindle. Joel Mc Farlane, Central and Arbroath's multi-talented athlete who was the winner of the under-15 title in 2015 emerged at the top again, beating off the challenge of Giffnock's Adam Clayton to take the under-17 SATS Challenge title.

On the plus side, a British bloke just needs to say a few words to an American girl and she’s in the bag. “Although Brazilian girls are sexy and fun-loving, they’re a bit obsessed with the pursuit for a big bum and drink beer and wear flip flops all the time." Sun Agony Aunt Deirdre Sanders describes pick-up artists like Richard as "emotionally damaged men" who are a "danger to women".

Commonwealth Games Scotland today announced the 25 athletes who will represent Team Scotland in the track, field and marathon at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

One thing is certain, though - the SATS Challenge Senior Athlete of the Year which starts this week will not be won by Callum.

We focus only on track and field, which does not take road racing into account.

Three athletes enter into the top ten this year at the expense of Laura Whittle, Lennie Waite and Nick Percy.