In 3 years competing in the Highland Games Kyle Lillie has risen to the top of the World Rankings in the Amateur Class. In 2017 he won the IHGF US Amateur Championship which qualified him for the IHGF World Amateur Championship in Fefor, Norway. He won this event and is the 2018 IHGF Amateur World Champion. He spent the days of competition breaking field and world records. He is also the current Amateur World Record holder in the 22lb Braemar Stone with a Throw of 46’10” and is very close to breaking numerous world records in Highland Games events.
Before the Highland Games, Kyle threw Shot Put and Hammer for Arizona State University. In his time at ASU he was NCAA National Championship Qualifier and is Ranked 4th in ASU History in the Hammer. Before ASU, He threw at Glendale Community College and won an NJCAA National Championship in the Shot Put.
Kyle lives in Phoenix, Arizona and works as a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach and Track and Field Coach.
Kyle Lillie will be joining the Professional Highland Games Class in the 2019 season.