GB international – and jog leader – Kyle Greig will lead Athletics Trust Scotland

Tuesday 20 April 2021

Kyle Greig in action for Scotland at the ACP in Perth in 2019 (photo by Steve Adam)

GB ultra international and experienced jogscotland jog leader Kyle Greig has been appointed as Fundraising Manager for Athletics Trust Scotland.

The new charity was launched earlier this month to mark a new era for athletics and running in Scotland, with the clear goal of seeking to ensure the strength and vitality of our sport for generations to come.

Athletics Trust Scotland will offer an avenue for those who wish to make an impact on the sport they love, by supporting it through fundraising, donation or legacy.

With 30 years of connections to athletics and running in Scotland – including setting up and leading a jogscotland group at Aberdeen Sports Village – Kyle is excited to now head up the charity and lead on projects he believes can make a difference.

‘I am delighted to bring my experiences and expertise into this new role as Fundraising Manager for the new charity, Athletics Trust Scotland, and looking forward to working closely with scottishathletics and jogscotland staff and those within the wider sport to grow and protect the future of our sport,’ said Kyle.

Athletics Trust Scotland has close ties with scottishathletics and jogscotland but it is an independent organisation, a charity registered in Scotland with its own Board and Chair. They will make decisions on the Trust’s direction and activities, in line with the national strategy for athletics in Scotland, Building a Culture for Success…

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