Kyle took part in the Red Star Champs competing in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m. he came in 2nd in 3 events and 1st in 2 events. He then went on to the Forth Vally Flyers Champs again competing in 5 events and he won 3 events and 2nd in 2 events. He then took part in the S.D.S. Champs (Senior) and again 5 events and won 3 and came 2nd twice.
Kyle was invited to take part in a 800m race at the Mulla Anniversary game to highlight disability sport and the paralympics. It was televised on BBC1. At a National even Kyle travelled to Stoke Mandville to compete at the British Wheelchair Grand Prix. He took part in the 100m, 200m, 400m 800m, 1500m. This is not a medal event but a times event and he personal best in 4/5 events.
He took part in the Vitality Big Half coming in 6th out of 16 racers (in London) and he then went on to the Manchester Marathon in which he again was 6th with a time of 2.02. This was followed by the London Marathon with a time of 2.09. In Cork at an Invitational Race (800m) unfortunately Kyle collided with another racer breaking his tibia and had to take time out to heal but he got back to training to compete at the Glasgow 10k, Kilmarnock 10k and Hedburgh 10k in which he got the Gold Medal for the Scottish 10k Grand Prix.
Kyle will always encourage other disabled people to think about keeping it and active. He will take part in talks in schools and actively seek out kids that will benefit from sport. He helps and advises people in his club to get better and to raise awareness that disabled sport exists and is accessible.