The results for all the events at the 2016 Halkirk Games are attached. 2016_halkirk_games_main_results 2016_Halkirk_Games_complete_results
Chronograph Films had a TV crew at the Halkirk Games to record the Heavyweight athletes in action for a documentary. They have followed the heavies all around the world for the last year and Halkirk
Randall J Strossen and Elizabeth Hammond of Ironmind Enterprises, California, USA, travelled all the way to Halkirk to cover the World Heavy Events Championships for Ironmind's magazine; MILO: Strength. Randall is a very experienced sports
Today's P&J (1st August 2016) has a big article about the Halkirk Games and a huge action photo of Scott Rider, the new World Heavy Events Champion.
The main overall results of the 2016 Halkirk Games are in attached spreadsheet 2016_halkirk_games_main_results There are great photos of the Games on the Facebook pages for Wolfburn Photograhy https://www.facebook.com/Wolfburn-Photography-223412514434397/photos/?tab=album&album_id=929426173833024 and for Duncan McLachlan/Studiograff Photography https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1281580268533730&type=1&pnref=story
England's Scott Rider blew away the competition to become the 2016 World Invitational Heavy Events Champion at the Halkirk Highland Games today. He beat reigning champion Dan McKim, USA, into 2nd place and Matt Vincent,
The Halkirk Games Committee has pulled out all the stops to have the field ready by lunchtime today (Friday 29th July). The ground is in perfect condition and awaits a large crowd tomorrow. Solo piping
Children from Halkirk Primary School came along to the Halkirk Games field today (Friday 29th July) to meet some of the heavyweight athletes that are competing in the World Championships and to learn some of
Unfortunately, Jimmy Van de Walle from Belgium cannot compete at Halkirk due to unforeseen circumstances. His place has been allocated to Vladislav Tulacek from the Czech Republic. Tulacek has only turned professional this year and
The website has been updated with the prize money for the 2016 Games. There is over £28,000 on offer, which includes money for breaking records. Click on Programme/prize money.