TOP female sprinter Georgia Morrison got her athletic competitions back on track after nearly a two-year lay-off.

Accepting Scottish Athletic's invitation for an elite competition at Kilmarnock, Georgia headed to Ayrshire with the plan of testing how lockdown had impacted her fitness and racing processes.

On arrival the atrocious wind and rain put paid to super quick times and a change of focus to be competitive and getting the feeling of pushing mind and body to previous competition levels was the new plan.

A solid start and a relaxed back straight into a strong head wind reserved enough energy to increase pace around the last bend before approaching the home straight where Georgia's deceptive relaxed style brought her home to record a solid start after the long lay-off.

Georgia then accepted an invite to contest the Stirling University Track match to continue her return to racing.

Improved weather conditions proved worthwhile as Georgia was out of her blocks and into her running in a more determined fashion.

Cruising into the back straight, she had opened up a lead on her female competitors and hit the halfway mark very quickly.

Negotiating the final bend, she held speed to allow her to dig deep into her reserves to cross the line some two seconds faster than the previous race in Kilmarnock and the fastest female of the day.

With the relaxing of restrictions, Georgia will now focus on a return to her development plan.