Hoy and Murray help out at Highland Spring Sports Day

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Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy and tennis coach (and Andy’s mum) Judy Murray were both on hand at the annual Highland Spring Sports Day yesterday.

Forty children from across the UK attended the event and took part in sporting activities including indoor cycling and tennis, as well as a programme of fitness-based activities.

“This is our fifth time hosting a sports day and it was a tremendous success for all involved”, said Claire Wilson, sponsorship manager of Highland Spring.

“It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for a lot of the kids and following such an amazing summer of sport for Chris and of course Andy Murray, I know each of them will leave feeling even more inspired to develop their love of sport.”

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