|Date of Birth||9.11.89|
|Height||5ft 11 inches|
|Club||Carnegie Swimming Club|
2009 IPC European Swimming Championships, Iceland
- Gold 100m backstroke 1:06.98
2009 INAS-FID Global Games, Czech Republic
- Gold 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay 08:46.30
- Gold 4 x 100 Medley Relay 4:26.02 (WR)
- Silver 4 x 50 Freestyle Relay 1:47.29
- Bronze 4 x 50 Medley Relay 02:07.06
2008 INAS-FID European Swimming Championships, Poland
- Gold 4 x 50m Medley Relay
- Gold 4 x 100m Medley Relay
- Gold 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay
- Gold 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay
- Gold 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay
2009 SDS Senior (LD) Swimming Championships
- Gold 100m Free (New National Meet Record)
- Gold 100m Individual Medley
- Gold 50m Back
- Gold 50m Fly
- Silver 50m Breaststroke
|4 x 100m Medley Relay||S14||Czech Republic||Jul-09||04:26:02||WR|
|4 x 200 Freestyle Relay||S14||Poland||2008||08:44.9||WR, ER|
|50m Freestyle (LC)||S14||Glasgow, Scotland||2008||00:27.6||Scottish Record|
|100m Freestyle (LC)||S14||Ostrowiec, Poland||2008||01:00.2||Scottish Record|
|200m Freestyle (LC)||S14||Ostrowiec, Poland||2008||02:13.9||Scottish Record|
|100m Backstroke (LC)||S14||Glasgow, Scotland||2008||01:10.1||Scottish Record|
|50m Butterfly (LC)||S14||Ostrowiec, Poland||2008||00:28.5||Scottish Record|
|100m Butterfly (LC)||S14||Ostrowiec, Poland||2008||01:03.2||Scottish Record|
|50m Freestyle (SC)||S14||Sheffield, England||2008||00:27.5||Scottish Record|
|100m Freestyle (SC)||S14||Sheffield, England||2008||01:00.2||Scottish Record|
|50m Backstroke (SC)||S14||Glasgow, Scotland||2008||00:30.9||Scottish Record|
|100m Backstroke (SC)||S14||Sheffield, England||2008||01:09.3||Scottish Record|
|50m Butterfly (SC)||S14||Glasgow, Scotland||2008||00:28.9||Scottish Record|
|100m Butterfly (SC)||S14||Sheffield, England||2009||01:03.9||Scottish Record|
Craig was born in Dunfermline, Fife and is the youngest of 4 children. He first started swimming at just 4 years old at his local 20m swimming pool. Craig comes from a strong sports family with both his brothers and sister being swimmers and his brother Andrew swimming for Great Britain in the European Junior and Senior events.
Craig was first selected to the Scottish National Team in 2007 where he represented Scotland at the DSE National Junior Championships. He was first selected by UKSA to represent Great Britain in 2008 at the INAS-FID European Swimming Championships and has become an important part of the strong mens relay team.
Craig made his television debut in 2008 with a BBC Scotland and 2009 saw Craig leaving his student days behind him as he completed college. He is now firmly set on achieving as much as he can in his swimming career.
Being a member of World Record Medley Relay Team
Secrets of Success
Always work hard to the best of your ability. Believe in yourself and never give up!
Advice to Athletes Starting Out
When things are tough, donít give up because with hard work things will get better.
Relaxation and Free Time
Watching Dunfermline Athletic FC, listening to music and playing the XBox
Lots of different types
My Mums Cooking!
Who would he most like to meet
Alan Shearer and Sir David Jason
What changes would he like to see in sport?
Inclusion of S14s in the IPC programme so we can compete at London in 2012
To compete at London 2012!
- Dunfermline and West Fife Disability Sports Award Ė Personality of the Year Winner 2008