Kyle Brotherton

Swimming and Wheelchair Athletics

​At an International level Kyle competed at Notwell Switzerland at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in the 100m 200m 400m 800m and the 1500m coming back with 5 personal bests.  he was invited to compete in the Cork City Games in the 800m coming 3rd with  personal best.

Kyle took part in the full London Marathon as the youngest wheelchair racer with a  fantastic time of 2 hours and 10 mins. Next came the Leeds 10k where Kyle achieved 4th place at 25mins33 seconds. There was another 1st for Kyle in the Kilmarnock 10k  and the Manchester Half Marathon. Participated in Glasgow 10k saw him achieve a 3rd; then 5th and 4th in The Great North Run and The Cardiff Half Marathon.

Kyle also took part in the 800m at the Sainsbury school games which he won

and he also did Jedburgh 10k coming second and overall a 1st place and gold

medal in the Scottish 10k Grand Prix.

Isaac Dunning


​Isaac is a swimming teacher, giving lessons to young swimmers including disabled.  He is taking part in a Sport Leadership course where he is a mentor, run by Scottish Disability Sport to help him improve his Coaching career and to enable him to give advice and support to others within his sport.

In terms of Local Achievement - ​Inter Clubs Gala - March - Clyde Valley Beavers: - Isaac achieved 3 Golds 100m Individual Medley; 100m Back; 100m Freestyle.

In the Regional West of Scotland Championships Isaac achieved 

100m IM GOLD

50m Back GOLD

50M Butterfly GOLD

50M Breast GOLD

Scottish National Open Championship

100m Freestyle SILVER

At an International level Isaac is proud to have been chosen to be flag-bearer at Cerebral Palsy World Championship in Barcelona where he achieved the following results:-

100m Breast - Bronze

50m Free - Bronze

He ended the year on a high note with a 100m Breast Silver at the British National Championships in Manchester

Aimee Hagan


Aimee is Junior Champion 3rd year with the Port Glasgow Otters.  An accomplished swimmer she achieved 3 golds at the Special Olympics in Sheffield 50m freestyle, 50m back and 25m back and to top it all she achieved all with a personal best

Rhys McCole


​Rhys is Western District area 52 kg Champion and 

Intermediate 52kg National Champion
"Open" 52kg National Champion

Won every competition available in 2016

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Disabled Sports Personality 2018