Duncan Scott has been the man of the moment with his Olympic silver medal performance, but how are our other Commonwealth Scots doing? We have a look at the latest from Tokyo.
Scott was agonisingly close to a gold medal, with just 0.04 seconds separating him from Team GB teammate Tom Dean, but the pair will be teaming up in the 4x200m freestyle final, scheduled for 04:26 BST on Wednesday morning. The 200m individual medley heats will take place later on Wednesday, with Duncan in Heat 6 (12:12).
Kathleen Dawson missed out on a medal in the 100m backstroke final, finishing in sixth position in a fiercely contested swim.
Ross Murdoch qualified for the semi-finals of the 200m breaststroke after finishing fifth in his year – the semis are scheduled for 03:21.
Kirsty Gilmour started her bid for a medal with a strong performance against Pakistan’s Mahoor Shahzad, winning 21-14, 21-14. She’s back in action at 01:00 against Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi.
Robbie Fergusson, Max McFarland and Ross McCann all featured in a stunning comeback victory for Team GB against USA.
The side trailed 21-0 and looked down and out but scored 26 consecutive points to seal a semi-final place against New Zealand.
Semi-finals will take place around 03:00, with the medals decided between 08:30 and 11:00 on Wednesday morning. Fiji and Argentina contest the other semi-final.
Anna Shackley (03:33) and Tao Geoghegan Hart (06:56) will be competing in the women’s and men’s road cycling time trials on Wednesday morning.
Sarah Robertson will be hoping to feature against India (02:00).
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