To be considered for a Winning Students sports scholarship, students and prospective students should meet general, education and sport-specific criteria.
When Natalie McWilliams retained her national windsurfing title a fortnight ago it was far more than just another medal to add to a growing collection for a youngster who normally competes at international level.
Scotland won last month’s Commonwealth Rowing Championships at Strathclyde Country Park, their 15 medals putting them ahead of England and Canada on the podium and bettering their second place in the event four years ago.
As season finishes go it could not have gone much better for University of Stirling Maths student Marc Austin, who won Silver in last weekend’s Under-23 Triathlon World Championships in Edmonton, Canada.
Judoka Stephanie Inglis is preparing for life as an international jetsetter following her Commonwealth Silver medal.
“College students take real benefit from the extra funding and support provided by Winning Students. The scholarships help to support elite athletes and can help them achieve their academic and sporting goals.”
Lisa Dods, Sports Lecturer, Perth College
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