FURTHER accolades have been bestowed on Paralympic champion Owen Miller after he collected two prizes at the Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) awards.

The 29-year-old, who won the T20 1500 metres event in Tokyo last month, was feted for his achievement by picking up the Findlay Calder Trophy, for Athlete of the Year, and the Gordon Brown Trophy, which is presented to the Athletes' Athlete of the Year.

Owen's coach, Steve Doig, was also recognised with the Fife Trophy for Coach of the Year, and both of them are in the running for further accolades this weekend at the Scottish Athletics 4J Studios Annual Awards.

They have been shortlisted for the Para Athlete of the Year and Performance Coach of the Year respectively, with Steve recognised for his work with Owen at Fife AC, and at Pitreavie AAC, where athletes in his coaching group who have benefited from his guidance include Lily Simon, Erin Macfarlane, Katie Thomson, Ariane Baillie and Caleb McLeod.

Pitreavie AAC have also been nominated for Track and Field Club of the Year, while Dunfermline Track and Field have been put forward for the Impact Club of the Year.

Two members of Pitreavie's Jog Scotland group, Ready, Steady, Go Pitreavie, have also been shortlisted for two Jog Scotland awards.

Alison Miller Duff is one of the nominees for Achiever of the Year, while Laura Wall is up for the SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) Mental Wellbeing Award.

The awards, at which five-time Olympian Jo Pavey will be guest of honour, take place in Glasgow on Saturday.