RGU Athletics in a welcoming club to students of all athletic ability. We train twice a week Mondays and Thursdays at Aberdeen Sport village. We have athletes compete at both Scottish and British university championships. At RGU Athletics we also enjoy taking our member on social events such as night out, pub crawls as well as non drinking socials such as laser tag, bowling and mini golf.

Committee:
President: Adam Hobson
Vice-President: Andrew Baldwin
Treasurer: Ruairdh Oliver-Jones
Social security: Samantha Crabb, Emma Shilton and Emma Gunn

Regular events include:
Scottish University athletics indoor championships (February)  
British Universities and Colleges Sport- indoors (February)  Scottish University athletics outdoor Championship  
British Universities and Colleges Sport- outdoors  
Granite city challenge  
All to be confirmed due to COVID 19 
Monday and Thursday trainings sessions  
Blues ball 
AU Athletics ball  


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