Congratulations to our Commonwealth Competitors

Stephanie Inglis winning her Silver medal in the Under 57KG Judo

Our congratulations to the fourteen Heriot-Watt Sports Scholars, forthcoming Sports Scholars, graduates and past students who took part in the recent Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with four of them winning medals.

Current Heriot-Watt Sports Scholars:

Kelly Edwards won a Silver medal for England in the Under 52KG Judo
Stephanie Inglis won a Silver medal in the Under 57KG Judo
Lisa Kearney won a Bronze medal for Northern Ireland in the Under 52KG Judo
Patrick Dawson finished fourth in the Under 73KG Judo
Craig McNally finished fifth in the 200m Backstroke and seventh in the 100m Backstroke
Kathryn Johnstone finished sixth in the 50m Breaststroke and reached the semi-finals in the 100m Breaststroke
James Johnstone was in the Scottish Rugby Sevens team which reached the quarter finals before losing to the winners South Africa

 

Lisa Kearney won a Bronze medal for Northern Ireland in the Under 52KG Judo

New Scholars from September 2014:

Craig Benson finished fourth in the 100m Breaststroke and seventh in the 4x100m Medley
Lucy Hope came fifth in the 4x100m Freestyle and 4x200m Freestyle relays and fourth in the 4x100m Medley
Colin Gregor was in the Scottish Rugby Sevens team which reached the quarter finals before losing to the winners South Africa
Seonaid McIntosh finished nineteenth in her qualification round in the Small Bore Rifle - 10m Air Rifle

Graduates:

Michael Jamieson, who formerly studied Sports and Exercise Science, won a Silver medal in the 200m Breaststroke and reached the semi-finals in the 100m Breaststroke
Lee Jones was in the Scottish Rugby Sevens team which reached the quarter finals before losing to the winners South Africa
Jamie Bowie finished fifth in the final of the 4x400m breaking the Scottish record