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The medallists in the Commonwealth Games 400 Metres Hurdles - Eilidh Child (silver), Ajoke Odumosu (gold) and Nickiesha Wilson (bronze)
The Scottish Association of Track Statisticians has documented athletics performances in Scotland for 50 years through the publication of the Scottish Athletics Yearbook. But 2009 was the last time that the Scottish Athletics Yearbook was published as SATS went online from 1 January 2010.
This website will provide weekly performances, rankings, athlete profiles, records and will document the history of the sport in Scotland.
The website is split into various sections to give an all-encompassing view of athletics in Scotland. If something you want to know is missing, contact us and we'll see if we can add it.
Each section is devoted to a certain area of athletics:
This is your opportunity to express your view on athletics. It can be positive, it can be critical, it can be constructive. We consider this to be a better option than operating a forum which can be dominated by a few.
If you need a potted version of the main performances by Scottish athletes, you'll find it here in sufficient depth and importance to keep you up to date.
The rankings section will provide you with the historical perspective that was provided by the SATS yearbooks. We'll build up a library of rankings dating back through the years. You can also find up-to-date all-time rankings in this section.
Looking for current Scottish records? You'll find them here. There are also links to World and British records.
The Commonwealth Games is the most important event in the Scottish athletics calendar. Held in Edinburgh in 1970 and 1986, it returns to Scotland in 2014 when the Games are held in Glasgow. Here, you'll find the detail of the Delhi Games, past medallists and more.
A record of the main competitions in Scotland. Starting with the national championships, we'll build this section up as a reference for track & field, road and cross country competitions within Scotland.
The history of Scottish athletics. This section will provide international detail, club histories and much more.
Read about the key figures in Scottish athletics, both current and past.
Thank you to Gordon Gillespie of for the use of many of the photographs on the site. And thanks too to Gary Mitchell of Gary Mitchell Photography for the photograph of Roger Skedd.
The Scottish Association of Track Associations is a voluntary organisation. President: Colin Shields. Secretary: Arnold Black. Contact: email@example.com
Grateful thanks to Alan Scobie for his invaluable help in the setting up of this website. The information on this website has been prepared and updated by Arnold Black.
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