In photos: William Grant Highland Games

Laura Foster

Laura Foster

26 August 2016

If anyone outside of the drinks trade happened to be in London's Haggerston Park on Sunday, they'd have wondered what on earth was going on, what with the various teams running around in brightly coloured t-shirts, jumping over Total Wipeout-esque sweeping arms and throwing themselves along an 80m-long inflatable assault course.

What was actually happening was the William Grant Highland Games, with the company's brand ambassadors fielding teams against each other to try and win bragging rights. And this year it was Joe Petch's Reyka team who prevailed, storming to victory with a convincing lead. Here are some of our favourite photos from the day...

 

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