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Graham Roberts, |aged 83, who has just won the hammer category at the British Masters Championships
He followed that outstanding performance by lining up in the British Masters Championships in Lee Valley at the beginning of this month and repeated his 3,000m win (9:11.
Despite being in her late 70s, McLennan has now taken up Usain Bolt's event - the 100m outdoor sprint - and is hoping to smash the record at the British Masters Championships at the end of February by the running the race in 16 seconds.
CAROL SCOTT became the first Scots cyclist to win gold at the British Masters Championships in Welwyn Garden City, the Peebles lass taking the sprint final.
Athletes are reminded that entries for the North of England 5K road race championship, which incorporates the British Masters Championships, close this weekend
The Maryhill Harrier set a new 5000 metres world best for Over-90s at the British Masters Championships in Manchester.
Many of the region's older athletes will be competing in this weekend's British Masters Championships at Moorways Stadium, Derby, where action on both days begins at 9.
MARTON'S Barrie Mitchell turned back the clock to win his first national track title at the British Masters championships.