Trevor has worked tirelessly for the Aberdeen amateur athletic club for 30 years coaching all ages and stages while also competing in competitions himself in both High Jump and Sprinting even though he is now 67 years old. He continues to train and coach with the club 4 times a week, attends competitions accross the UK and also in Hungary. He gives up his spare time to officate at competitions and most recently he has been helping to introduce younger athletics into the club. His poor wife had to wait around 5 years for the promised Baltic Cruise as the dates kept clashing with his athletics commitments and Trevor would never miss one. He has helped people train to get up to the required fitness level for police entry. He is truly a remarkable man with real commitment to athletics. When not coaching or competing, Trevor loves to watch the athletics on the tv. He already has high hopes that his 1 year old Grandaughter will follow in his footsteps and be interested in athletics. Trevor has promised to cut down on his training for several years but is still showing no signs of slowing down. It would be a great honour for him to carry the olympic torch and a very proud moment for us to watch him.