Based in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, Pitreavie Amateur Athletic Club was formed in 1956. It has its own dedicated clubhouse at Pitreavie athletics track.
Since 1978 the club has had at least one representative at the Commonwealth Games. Possibly the most famous was Linsey MacDonald who competed for Scotland in 1982 and 1986.
At Pitreavie men and women of all ages and abilities compete in a wide range of events, from sprinting to ultra-distance running. The club has teams for all disciplines, as well as highly qualified coaches and excellent facilities. Pitreavie's athletes have competed at all levels, including athletes who have won medals at the Olympic Games.