BORDERS athletes jumped into the record books at the weekend in Glasgow.

Cardrona's Ellie O'Hara, who broke the Scottish age-group record five times during 2018, yet again reached new distances by claiming both the Scottish Under 17s triple jump and long jump titles.

The 16-year-old, who is coached by Linda Nicholson, set a new championship record of 12.11 metres in winning the triple jump.

And she followed it up with a new championship best of 5.89 metres for gold in the long jump.

Ellie also set a new personal best time of 7.92 seconds in finishing fourth in final of the Under 17s 60 metres.

There was further success in the sand pit with Selkirk's Henry Clarkson claiming the senior triple jump title.

The 19-year-old, who is a student at Loughborough University, set a new best distance of 15.75 metres to claim gold.

The victory qualifies Clarkson, who was part of the Nicholson jumps school for six years before heading south, for the British Indoor Championships next month.

Peebles teenager Katie Harvey was just edged out of the Under 17s triple jump medals - despite being only 13.

Katie's jump of 10.23 metres saw her finish fourth, just ahead of her training partner, Imogen Lewis, who finished fifth with 10.21 metres.

There was agony for Biggar's Katie Foss who was beaten by just three-hundredths of a second in the final of the Under 17s 300 metres.

Katie was just edged out by Durham's Tia Anderson in the photo.

Former Scottish champion Stacey Downie almost returned to the podium in the final of the senior 200 metres, finishing in fourth behind Aberdeen's Zoe Clark, with a time of 24.99 seconds.

The school teacher was also fifth in the final of the senior 60 metres.

Ewan Purves from Gala Harriers had progressed well to reach the final of the Under 17s 400 metres, where he finished fifth in 54.31 seconds.

And Charlotte Clare from Peebles was also just out the medals in the senior 400 metres final.

Teenager Euan Hood from Peebles, who runs for the Lasswade club, also set a new PB of 50.86 seconds in reaching the semi-finals of the senior 400 metres.

Dolphinton's Jordan Charters, who is a previous Scottish indoor champion, had to settle for fourth this year with a best distance of 7.11 metres.

The improving Finn Douglas from near Lilliesleaf reached the final of the Under 17s 60 metres, despite being only 14.

The TLJT flyer finished seventh with a new best time of 7.34 seconds in the final behind Edinburgh's Calum Holmes.

James Parker from Hawick also finished seventh in the international senior final with a time of 7.17 seconds behind Edinburgh's Michael Olson.

There were also good performances from TLJT athletes Brogan Beattie, who clocked a new best time in reaching the semi-finals of the Under 17s 60 metres, and Ruaridh Campbell, who reduced his best time by almost two seconds, in his heat of the Under 17s 800 metres.

Ellie O'Hara will return tot he Emirates Arena this weekend to compete in the Scottish Under 20s indoor championships.