Photo's From This Year's Annual Awards
Short Summary of the Night
Celebrating Local Sport Within Glasgow
Once again the Annual Awards held at the City Chambers in Glasgow was another great success, recognising Local Sport and Sports People within Glasgow
Moira Ord MBE Chair of the Sports Council was delighted to recognise talent from within Glasgow and thanked Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life for all their help and support as well as the National Governing Bodies and SportScotland for making this night such a success
Also in attendance on the night was Bonnie the Seal along with Katy Swan and Leo Howes supporting the event. Full list of Winners and photos to follow soon
We would also like to thank Deputy Lord Provost Philip Braat who attended on the night along with all our other guests
Host & Presenter BBC's Graham Anderson
This year’s host and presenter, was a familiar voice on BBC One and BBC Two in Scotland.
Graham Anderson is one of BBC Scotland’s most experienced Presentation Announcer / Directors, having provided live channel continuity for twenty two years, introducing and back announcing many of the BBC’s flagship programmes such as EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing, Planet Earth, and many more. Prior to joining the BBC, he was a presenter on a number of Scotland’s top commercial radio stations, such as Radio Forth, Tay and Clyde 1.
In addition to his broadcasting career, he’s now joined the Great Run and Great Swim team as a live event commentator, working across the UK at all their major events, including the Great Scottish Run.
Sport has played a huge part in his life, particularly athletics and road running, and represented Galloway Harriers, Bellahouston Road Runners and Kilbarchan AAC during his 35 years as an endurance athlete. His five years in the British Army prior to his broadcasting career saw him win the Scottish Infantry Cross Country and Berlin Brigade 5000 meter titles in 1987 and ’88.
He’s run almost every distance, from 5K to the marathon, cross country to mountain races, and regards his 2.57 in the Edinburgh Marathon as his finest athletics achievement!