Two time Commonwealth Triathlon representative Catriona Morrison and Team Scotland Assistant Team Manager at Glasgow 2014 Gina Logan are amongst those recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2015.
Catriona is awarded an MBE for services to sport and voluntary service following retirement in January from a glittering career that saw her become a four time Duathlon World Champion and represent Scotland at both the 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games. Gold at the 2006 World Duathlon Championships was followed by victory at both the 2007 and 2008 Long Distance World Championships before fittingly winning her final World title in front of a home crowd in Edinburgh in 2010.
Alongside her own career Catriona has dedicated herself to inspiring others with the launch of the ‘Go For It Scotland’ Bursary Scheme in the run up to Glasgow 2014 and her role with the Winning Scotland Foundation as Programme Manager for Champions in Schools.
Gina is awarded an MBE for services to sport in Scotland in recognition of years of dedication across a variety of roles. Past President of Scottish Swimming and the first Vice President of the Scottish Hockey Union, Gina has been involved with Team Scotland across three Commonwealth Games; as Assistant Team Manager at both Glasgow 2014 and Delhi 2010 and as Aquatics Team Manager at Melbourne 2006.
Commonwealth Games Scotland also send their congratulations to Brian Davies, Chef De Mission for Team Wales at Glasgow 2014, awarded an OBE, and to UK Sport Chief Executive Liz Nicholl on the award of a CBE.