Welcome to this feature
where we aim to show that London Hibs merchandise has a world-wide
The pictures featured
here have been sent by members and prizewinners who have been proud to
show off their attire.
We kick off with Ian
Borge in Alaska who won a T-shirt in the first session of the Prediction
Competition in Season
2000/2001. It must be in the lead at the moment for the remotest place
to be seen in a London Hibs T Shirt.
Ian Borge proving that -25C
is no problem to a London Hibs T Shirt
Next up is
Simon Morris from Oz (furthest from London?)
Simon Morris, in an extract
from an Alcatel corporate video - seen by 1300 employees in Sydney!
John HTH Inglis, Seaworld,
A bit closer to home this
one. Gordon Anderson won the T Shirt in the Prediction
proudly shows it off on Arthur's Seat, with Easter Road in the
Drysdale writes - I've attached a shot of me in my London Hibs top in
Ekaterinburg (where the Tsar and his family were murdered). During the
Soviet era the city was named Sverdlovsk after the Party official
responsible for running the region. I'm standing underneath Sverdlovsk's
statue. Ekaterinburg is east of the Ural mountains in Siberia.
Speirs and John (HTH) Inglis in San Diego, USA
Smith, Paul Speirs and Peter Hart in Melbourne, Oz
Andrew Downie on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil! (he's the
one on the left)
Downie still on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil! Is she a
James McGachie, on his world travels, pauses at Ayers Rock in Uluru
National Park, Oz
The next series of photos come from Mike Prior at the Hong Kong 7s -
that's the Hong Kong SEVENS!!
Mike Prior, Robert the Happy Hammer & Billy McLellan
Prior and Willie McEwan
McEwan, Mike Prior and Billy McLellan
McLellan, Mike Prior and Willie McEwan
Paul Speirs in Vietnam - the guy on the right is Lance Plunkett from
Tasmania, who was on Hibs' books as an 18 year old!
unusual about one of our latest members, Malcolm
Robinson at the CIS Cup Final in 2004 (left),
and at Kos Castle (right), but check out his
one day, we'll get a photo of someone wearing a London Hibs top from
very, very far away! (And I'm NOT taking the piss Malcolm!)
anyone can beat these for distance from Easter Road (or London),
remoteness or just pure strangeness of location, email them to Mike