|Tug 'O War winners Inverness with event sponsors Babcock Dounreay Partnership|
|Mike Pockoski, USA, just fails at a record height of 37 feet with the 16lb sheaf|
|Rusty Price, USA, just fails at 37 feet|
|Dumbarton & District pipe band play on Bridge Street|
|A record 14 cyclists battled it out on the 200m track|
|The cyclists jostle for position|
|Sam Grammer, USA, in the 56lb weight for distance, wearing a pink kilt for breast cancer awareness|
|Murray Gunn in the hammer event|
|Dumbarton and District pipe band led by Thurso's Drum Major Willie Angus|
|Alistair Gunn in the hammer event|
|Over 40s veteran's race. David Blackwood and Jay Mackay getting beat by the ladies.|
|Chieftain John Thurso MP with the U15-U18 piping champion|
|Mike Pockoski, USA, won all 3 Scottish Championship medals and was the overall heavy champion|
Rusty Price, USA. broke two records in the shot putt events and Thurso's Andrew Raeburn broke two local records in the long jump and hop step & leap. Rusty Price and Mike Pockoski cleared 35 feet in the sheaf tossing, believed to be a ground record. They just failed at 37 feet.
I was on the microphone and could only take photos now and again.