KYLE BROTHERTON

Swimming and Wheelchair Athletics

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.

AIMEE JEWELL

Powerlifting

Competed in Western Districts placing second in 57kg Junior Women's Class. She then Qualified for IPF world University Championship after placing 2nd at the Scottish University Championships.  At the IPF World she came in 12th in 57kg class out of 25 competitors, with Glasgow University placing 2nd overall.Aimee placed 4th overall in Commonwealth Championships in Newfoundland Canada with a silver and bronze in the 57 class.  She has battled an eating disorder to reach this level of competition  and has worked with BBC on Radio and TV telling her story and promoting the club.

GEORGIA MORRISON

Athletics

Georgia is the fastest female athlete over 60m, 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m. She is the local record holder for 300m and is the under 20 record holder for 400m. Georgia completed 2019 ranked in the top three under 20 female athletes in Scotland over 400m

 

She was the only Scottish athlete to secure standard entry time to contest the under 20 European trials in Bedford creating a new area record and lifetime best in the process, just missing out on selection by a few strides.Since rising to the most successful track and field female athlete locally Georgia has been a positive female role model as she inspired primary school pupils on a weekly basis at Aileymill primary school to participate in run, jump, throw programmes, offering advice and guidance on competing at international level and encouraging positive life pathway choices.

She was part of the award wining Aberdeen AAC 4 x 200m and 4 x 400m relay teams.

AMY MUIR

Football

Amy was the captain of the SFA u19 European football team. She had a call up to the woman's A squad She was Rangers Women's first player of the year. Amy is a role model for younger players, she gives up her time to be with them. She is an ambassador for the SPAR Future stars Cup which aims to get girls across Scotland playing football. Last year she played in the UEFA Champions League (qualifying from the group stages and taking on Slavia Praha in the knockouts), finished second in the SWPL and narrowly missed out on a Scottish Cup win in front of a record crowd at Tynecastle.

NYNKE MULHOLLAND

Athletics

Nynke's achievements in 2019:


•    2nd IN BANK of SCOTLAND GREAT SCOTTISH RUN (Senior 10K)
•    RENFREWSHIRE SENIOR WOMANS CHAMPION 
•    SCOTTISH WEST DISTRICT SENIOR WOMANS CHAMPION (SELECTION FOR SCOTLAND) 
•    1st SCOTLAND INTERNATIONAL VEST. TEAM 2nd and Silver Medal. NYNKE 9th in International Race

8.5KXC    34:21 1st Dumbarton Scottish West District Championships                                              
SCOTTISH WEST DISTRICT SENIOR WOMANS CHAMPION (SELECTION FOR SCOTLAND) 
4.4MXC    27:17 1st Tower Hill Renfrewshire AAA Championships                                                              
RENFREWSHIRE SENIOR WOMANS CHAMPION 
10K    36:46 2nd Glasgow Bank of Scotland Great Scottish 10K                                                           
2nd IN GREAT SCOTTISH RUN
1500    4:31.27 1st Ninove, BEL Memorial Rasschaert                                              
NEW PB
1500    4:33.7 5th Livingston Livingston Open Meeting                                  
NEW PB
1500    4:34.51  2nd Stretford Trafford AC Grand Prix Open (Distance / Throws)  
NEW PB
1500    4:34.74 7th Stretford Trafford AC Grand Prix Open (Distance / Throws)  
NEW PB
1500    4:37.53 10th Grangemouth Grangemouth Graded Open                                    
NEW PB
1500    4:39.11 6th Grangemouth Scottish Athletics National U17 / Senior Championships 
6th SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS 
1500    4:43.10 1st Kilmarnock Scottish West District Championships                                 
SCOTTISH WEST DISTRICT SENIOR WOMAN TRACK CHAMPION

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Senior Sports Personality 2019

FINALISTS