posted 22nd February 2021
Blair Atholl, Scotland - October 30-31, 2020
After a remarkable feat of perseverance and commitment to keeping the world's greatest single solo piping event going, the Glenfiddich Championship was won by Stuart Liddell of Inveraray, Scotland, taking the overall prize. It was his third time winning the competition, which has been held in the Great Hall of Blair Castle every year since 1974.
The competition was packaged into a streamed broadcast watched by nearly 700 enthusiasts from around the globe, hearing 10 of the world's greatest exponents of the art.
Each piper gained an invitation by merit of either past wins of the overall Glenfiddich Championship or, in the cases of Bruce Gandy of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Connor Sinclair of Crieff, Scotland, their runner-up finish in recent Glenfiddich.