133rd Games. Lining up for the Drum Major competition.
130th Games. The Clan Jardine gathers with their guest Chief Chinmubbie of the
Oklahoma Navajo and also a chieftain in Clan MacIntosh (centre).
133rd Games. Left to Right: Ioghan MacBain; James McBain of McBain, Chief of Clan
McBean; Jerry Jardine, Peggy McBain of McBain. Bob McBain in the rear.
134th Games. Three of the 5 clan chiefs attending. From left to right: Rt Hon The
Earl of Caithness, Chief of Clan Sinclair; Mistress Pauline Hunter of Hunterston, Chief of
Clan Hunter; Lorne Maclaine of Lochbuie, Chief of the MacLaines of Lochbuie.
133rd Games. Grandstands just beginning to fill up.
125th Games. Some of the many clan chiefs that attended. Left to Right: Alastair
Campbell of Airds (currently Unicorn Pursuivant); Brig Sir Gregor Macgregor of Macgregor;
The Duke of Argyle; Sir Alec Jardine of Applegirth; Margaret Elliot of Redheugh (hidden in
red); John Shaw of Tordarroch (feathers only showing); Jerry Jardine, Gathering Chairman
(rear view); James McBain of McBain; Fergus MacDowal of Garthland; Rev Peter Lamont of
134th Games (1999). More than 1,000 pipers and drummers march off in front of a
capacity crowd on the concourse. There are an additional 18,000 people in the stands (not
Seen here, Ms Shannon
Hartnet of Mill Valley, California throwing the 28lbs 'weight for height'
to become a six times world champion and setting a new world record for
Ms Hartnet is also a member of the United
States Olympic bobsled team.
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