Kessock Park Olympics have proved to be the most successful ever with plenty of records smashed.
The event saw 21 children participating in this year’s Olympics at Kessock Park and with 39 new records being set.
And with the staggering number of new records, this year’s event is being hailed the most successful ever.
Morgan Brown bagged herself two golds and a bronze, setting four new records in the process.
Scott Maclean picked up three medals and smashed the hammer throwing record which had been held by Stuart Morrison since 2005.
Jaydn Duncan also collected three medals but the performance of the day must go to Scott Murison who not only smashed the P4 1000m record but beat the P7 record by three seconds. His all-comers record is now 4 mins 4 secs
Winners as follows:
Javelin - 1 Jaynd Duncan; 2 Emma Guthrie; 3 Scott Maclean.
1000m - 1 Scott Murison; 2 Jaydn Duncan; 3 Morgan Brown.
Hammer - 1 Morgan Brown; 2 Scott MacLean; 3 Matthew Buchan.
Broad Jump - 1 Ryan Masson; 3 Peter Strachan; 3 Abbie Bruce.
Discus - 1 Emma Guthrie; 2 Ritchie Murison; 3 Naomi Allan.
60m Sprint - 1 John Ritchie; 2 Scott Maclean; 3 Scott Murison.
Shot - 1 Morgan Brown; 2 Owen Strachan; 3 Jaydn Duncan.