Janet Jack was Scottish Tetrathlon champion 1983-1984 and UK Team member 1982-1984. An all-round sports-woman, Janet excelled at hockey achieving 23 caps for GB including travelling to the Sydney Olympics as reserve. She has 176 caps for the Scottish Squad and continues to play for local teams and the Scottish Seniors. Janet spends a tremendous amount of time coaching; inspiring and encouraging young men and women to become involved in the game. When she is not talking hockey, she's a Champions in Schools Ambassador delivering workshops that are proven successful in bringing young people to sport and exercise. For her day job, Janet lectures in Exercise, Health and Fitness at an Edinburgh college and in her 'spare' time she delivers exercise classes in her village hall. Janet combines this with a hectic family life, bringing up her two children who are also very involved with sport. Janet is a true inspiration. She says that sport has opened doors for her and allowed her to travel the world and meet interesting people she would not otherwise have encountered. Her enthusiasm is infectious. And above all that she's a thoroughly good person. I cannot think of a better torch-bearer.