Team Scotland 191 Strong - Delhi Commonwealth Games

August 20, 2010

Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS) today named the 191 athletes (108 men and 83 women) selected for Team Scotland to compete at the XIX Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India 3-14 October 2010. The team size is comparable with that selected for Manchester at 193 and is significantly bigger than the 166 selected for Melbourne despite rigorous selection standards being upheld.

Included in the line-up is Olympic cycling silver medallist, Ross Edgar, several World and European Champions, swimmer Hannah Miley being the latest to join these esteemed ranks, and an impressive 18 Commonwealth Games medallists who have won a total of 30 medals between them.

Amongst those Games medallist named today are David Carry and Caitlin McClatchey, double gold medallist from Melbourne who set the Scotland team alight, both winning gold on the first day of competition, beating the home favourites Australia. Also part of the 2010 swim team are Robbie Renwick, Kris Gilchrist and Andy Hunter who all won relay medals in 2006. Joining them in the aquatics squad are three divers including the Galashan twins Helen and Carol, who competed as gymnasts in the 2006 Games, and at 14 years of age and the youngest Team Scotland member, diver Grace Reid, who finished in a remarkable fourth place at the European Championships last week in the 3m springboard individual event.

The lawn bowlers will be out in force on the artificial surface in Delhi, with pairs gold medallist from Melbourne, Paul Foster, playing in the singles this year; pairs specialist and gold medallist from 1998 Margaret Letham and the legendary Willie Wood from Haddington. Willie will be making a record eighth Commonwealth Games appearance when he steps out onto the rink in Delhi at the remarkable age of 72, which will also make him the oldest competitor in Team Scotland 2010. No other athlete in any sport has matched this significant milestone. He first represented Scotland at the Games in 1974 and has won four medals and there is no doubt about his appetite for further success. Wood joins fellow 2008 triples world champions David Peacock and Wayne Hogg.
Hot on Willie’s heels is shooter Ian Marsden, who will be making his seventh Games appearance. Ian is a medallist from 1990 and 1994 and was the flag carrier for Scotland at the Opening Ceremony in 2006. Also joining Ian in the shooting team is silver medallist from Melbourne Neil Stirton and 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games medallists and exciting young talents, Jennifer McIntosh and Kay Copland who compete in the small bore rifle disciplines of prone and 3 position.

Athletics medallists from 2002 and 2006 Lee McConnell and Chris Baillie will be joined by European Championships 400m hurdlers finalist, Eilidh Child and no less than seven field event athletes, including Commonwealth ranked numbers 3 and 4 in the hammer, Mark Dry and Andy Frost.

Badminton singles bronze medallist from Melbourne Susan Egelstaff will be leading the charge for badminton, along with bronze medallist on high bar Adam Cox from gymnastics, track cycling bronze medallists Kate Cullen and James McCallum and double bronze medallist in weightlifting Tommy Yule all securing return places on the team.

All will be looking to find top form and repeat their medal winning performances, along with a host of other athletes keen to become the latest Scottish sporting heroes, although the Games in Delhi will be a totally new experience for most of the athletes and will present a range of different challenges.

Also included are 31 competitors who have successfully made the transition from previous Commonwealth Youth Games Teams, nine of whom were in the last Youth Games in Pune and have had the benefit of experiencing the conditions in India for themselves.

Scotland will be participating in 16 out of the 17 sports on the Games programme (not netball). There are also some new sports on the programme in tennis and women’s wrestling, whilst archery makes a long awaited return to the Games. Scotland’s tennis line-up includes British number one Elena Baltacha, a former Youth Games medallist from 2000 and mixed doubles specialist and Wimbledon Champion Jamie Murray. While wrestling has had five women athletes selected who have made the successful transfer from judo, including Commonwealth medallists from 1990 and 2002 Donna and Fiona Robertson, the second set of twins on the team.
Squash will also be sending a team of six players and will be targeting the doubles competitions where they believe the playing field is very level and they have the best chance of success. The boxers are up for the challenge of continuing their unique record of being the only sport to win a medal at every Games, whilst table tennis is delighted to be back in the thick of Commonwealth Games action after missing out in Melbourne.
Representing the team sports will be men’s and women’s hockey and Rugby 7s. All three teams have found themselves in tough pools, but will be battling strongly, determined to get through the group stages and show what they can do.
Congratulating all members of Team Scotland, Michael Cavanagh, Chairman, CGS, said: “Our selection process has been rigorous and robust throughout, and although the standards set have been tough, our athlete’s have clearly risen to the challenge as shown by the increase in the numbers achieving them since the last Games. I would like to thank the participating governing bodies of sport, which have worked closely with us to ensure that the process has been successfully and fairly implemented.
“However making the team is just the first step on the journey, now will come the real test for the athletes of performing to their potential in Delhi. With just 46 days to go until the start of the Games I wish everyone all the very best with their final preparations and I look forward to watching them in action in October.”
Also at the announcement to extend her good wishes to the team, was Minister for Public Health and Sport Shona Robison who said: “I wish all the athletes selected to represent Team Scotland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi the very best of luck. All of these athletes have reached this point through sheer hard work, dedication and commitment and are an inspiration to us all.
“The 2010 Games is a perfect platform for our athletes to demonstrate their talent and ability on the international sporting stage. The Games will also provide experience for those who have aspirations to compete for Scotland in front of a home crowd when Glasgow hosts the Games in 2014.
“I am looking forward to going to Delhi to support the team and I’m sure I will witness some outstanding performances.”
The athletes will be supported by a staff of 91, comprising team management, coaches, medical and sports science support, including doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists, physiologists and performance analysts many of whom work with athletes on a day to bay basis through the sportscotland institute of sport network.
Louise Martin CBE, Chair of sportscotland said: “On behalf of sportscotland I would like to congratulate each of the athletes selected to represent Team Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. sportscotland is committed to the continual development of high performance sport in Scotland through our investment in governing bodies of sport and Commonwealth Games Scotland as the lead body for Commonwealth sport in Scotland. We also provide support and expertise to sport and athletes through the sportscotland institute of sport network.
“The Commonwealth Games holds particular significance for Scotland, being the only major Games, where we compete as a nation in our own right. This is even more important as we prepare to host the Games, in Glasgow 2014. There have been some fantastic performances by Scottish athletes in the run up to Delhi, and I am sure that they will do us all proud come the Games in October.”

Extending their best wishes to the team, Steve Reid, Retail Director, Clydesdale Bank said: “Representing Team Scotland, wearing the team colours and competing under the Saltire flag is I’m sure one of the proudest moments of each of your careers. On behalf of Team Scotland partners, Clydesdale Bank I want to wish you every success in the challenges that lie in wait for you during the 19th Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Good luck and best wishes from everyone at the Clydesdale Bank.”

The first team departure for the Games will be on 23 September from Glasgow Airport flying with Emirates Airlines, one of the team’s main sponsors.
Denise Holmes, Emirates Sales Manager Scotland said: “We are proud and excited once again to be the Scottish team’s official travel partner and look forward to sending them on their way to Delhi in style. “The opportunity to demonstrate our support for the best in Scottish sport is a real thrill for everyone at Emirates – we’ll be doing everything we can to ensure that the team benefits from our expertise in helping long-haul passengers arrive at their destinations in the greatest possible comfort.”
Competition gets underway on Monday 4 October when swimming, archery, badminton, gymnastics, hockey, lawn bowls, squash, table tennis, tennis, and weightlifting will all be in action.
AQUATICS (11 MEN + 13 WOMEN = 24)
Cameron Brodie 200m Butterfly Aberdeen / Evesham
David Carry 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, Aberdeen / Cheadlehulme
4x100m Medley Relay,
4x200m Freestyle Relay
Kristopher Gilchrist 100m Breaststroke, Edinburgh / Paris
200m Breaststroke,
4x100m Medley Relay
*Andrew Hunter 4x200m Freestyle Relay Halton / Stirling
Michael Jamieson 100m Breaststroke,
200m Breaststroke Glasgow / Bath
Andrew Mayor 200m Butterfly, Dumfries / Newcastle
4x100m Medley Relay
Craig McNally 4x100m Medley Relay Edinburgh / Edinburgh
Robbie Renwick 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, Abu-Dhabi / Glasgow G4
4x200m Freestyle Relay
Jak Scott 4x200m Freestyle Relay Edinburgh / Bo’ness
Lewis Smith 400m Freestyle, Edinburgh / Stirling
200m Individual Medley,
400m Individual Medley
Kerry Buchan 100m Breaststroke, Torphins / Edinburgh EH7
200m Breaststroke,
4x100m Medley Relay
Lucy Ellis 100m Freestyle Kirkcaldy / Dalgety Bay
4x200m Freestyle Relay,
4x100m Freestyle Relay
Megan Gilchrist 800m Freestyle, Livingston / Swansea
4x200m Freestyle relay
Sara Hamilton 4x100m Freestyle relay Stonehaven / Stonehaven
Kathryn Johnstone 50m Breaststroke Dunfermline / Cowdenbeath
Caitlin McClatchey 100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle, Portsmouth / Loughborough
4x100m Freestyle Relay,
4x200m Freestyle Relay,
4x100m Medley Relay
Hannah Miley 200m Freestyle, Swindon / Inverurie
200m Breaststroke,
200m Individual Medley,
400m Individual Medley,
4x100m Freestyle Relay,
4x200m Freestyle Relay,
4x100m Medley Relay
Louise Pate 50m Butterfly, 100m Butterfly Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH12
Corrie Scott 50m Breaststroke Bellshill / Strathaven

Carol Galashan 10m Platform Synchro Beverley / Leeds
Helen Galashan 10m Platform Synchro & Individual Beverley / Leeds
*Grace Reid Individual Springboard Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH13

Synchronised Swimming
Lauren Smith Solo Frimley / Aldershot

Para Sport
Sean Fraser S8 100m Freestyle Edinburgh / Manchester

Team Leader – Derna Campbell
Head Coach – Doug Campbell
Coaches – Rob Greenwood, Patrick Miley, Chris Jones & Graham Wardell
Performance Analyst – Simon Lovelock
ARCHERY (6 MEN + 4 WOMEN = 10)
Kyle Dods Compound Oban / Oban
Mark Forrester Recurve Glasgow / Harpenden
Tim Keppie Compound Glasgow / Newcastle u Lyme
James Laing Recurve Dundee / Laurencekirk
Simon Needham Recurve Plymouth / Montrose DD10
Alistair Whittingham Compound Billinge / Edinburgh EH7
Emma Downie Recurve Fraserburgh / Wolverhampton
Claudine Jennings Compound Farnborough/ Edinburgh EH7
*Susan Maitland Compound Oslo / Penicuick EH26
Tracey McGowan Compound Stirling / Tadcaster

Team Leader – Bob Provan
Coach – Lana Needham
Psychologist – Kris Dun
Chris Baillie 110m Hurdles Alexandria / Glasgow G60
James Campbell Javelin Cheltenham / Leeds
Mark Dry Hammer Milton Keynes / Loughborough
Andy Frost Hammer Newport IOW / Edinburgh
*Alastair Hay 1500m Stirling / Linlithgow
Richard Hurren Pole Vault Falkirk / Loughborough
*Angus McInroy Discus Glasgow / Helensburgh G84
Roger Skedd Decathlon Crewe / Uxbridge
Alasdair Strange Pole Vault Dewsbury / Fortwilliam
Martin Williams Marathon Wolverhampton / Dudley

Eilidh Child 400m Hurdles, 4 x 400m Relay Perth / Kinross
*Claire Gibson 800m, 4 x 400m Relay Paisley / Johnstone PA5
Lee McConnell 400m, 4 x 400m Relay Glasgow / Glasgow
Freya Murray 5000m Edinburgh / Newcastle upon Tyne
Gemma Nicol 4 x 400m Relay Dunfermline / Dunfermline
Henrietta Paxton Pole Vault Salisbury / Loughborough
Steph Twell 1500m, 5000m Colchester / Farnborough
Lennie Waite 3000m Steeple Chase Paisley / Houston, Texas
Kathryn Evans 4x400m Relay Elgin / Lossiemouth

Team Leader – Pat Rollo
Head Coach – Laurier Primeau
Coaches – Mike Johnston, Darren Ritchie, Stuart Hogg
Watson Briggs Men’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles & Team Paisley / Paisley
Keiran Merilees Team Glasgow / Glasgow G20
*Paul Van Rietvelde Team Edinburgh / Longniddry
Imogen Bankier Mixed Doubles, Women’s Doubles & Team Glasgow / Milton Keynes
Jillie Cooper Mixed Doubles & Team Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH10
*Susan Eglestaff Singles & Team Glasgow / Glasgow G76
Kirsty Gilmour Singles, Women’s Doubles & Team Bellshill / Bothwell
Emma Mason Mixed Doubles, Women’s Doubles & Team Edinburgh / Milton Keynes

Team Leader – Julie Hogg
Head Coach – Yvette Yun Luo
Coach – John Quinn
BOXING (6 MEN = 6)
Aston Brown 69kg Glasgow / Paisley
Iain Butcher 49kg Motherwell
Joseph Ham 56kg Glasgow / Glasgow G5
Ross Henderson 91+kg Leeds / Motherwell
Stephen Simmons 91kg Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH11
Josh Taylor 60kg Edinburgh / Prestonpans EH32

Team Leader – Colin McEwen
Coaches – Mike Keane, Tony Kerr
CYCLING (11 MEN + 8 WOMEN = 19)
Ross Creber Road Race Edinburgh / Kirliston EH29
Ross Edgar Track Sprint Events Newmarket / Newmarket
Andy Fenn Track Endurance & Road Race Birmingham / Maidstone
David Lines Road Race Falkirk / Falkirk
James McCallum Track Endurance & Road Race Bellshill / Edinburgh EH10
David Millar Road Race & Time Trial Malta / Girona
Evan Oliphant Track Endurance & Road Race Thurso / Edinburgh EH6
John Paul Team Sprint Wick / Wantage
Chris Pritchard Track Sprint Events Sheffield / Sheffield
*Callum Skinner Team Sprint Glasgow / Edinburgh EH10
Kevin Stewart Team Sprint Dundee / Dundee

*Jane Barr Road Race Dunfermline / Cambus
Kate Cullen Track Endurance & Road Race Redruth / Edinburgh EH30
Jenny Davis Team Sprint Dechmont / Edinburgh EH7
Anne Ewing Road Race Perth / Edinburgh EH9
Pippa Handley Road Race Cuckfield / Oban
Charline Joiner Team Sprint Dunfermline / Dunfermline
Eileen Roe Track Endurance & Road Dunfermline / Dunfermline
Claire Thomas Road Race Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH13

Team Leader – Alasdair McLennan
Head Coach – Graeme Herd
Coach – Marco Librizzi
Physiologist – Helen Alfano
Mechanics – Sandy Gilchrist, Peter Taylor
Adam Cox Men’s Artistic – Individual Edinburgh / Livingston
Ryan McKee Men’s Artistic – Individual Glasgow / Glasgow G51

Jordan Lipton Women’s Artistic – Individual & Team Kirkcaldy / Nottingham
Amy Regan Women’s Artistic – Individual & Team Glasgow / Glasgow G46
Tori Simpson Women’s Artistic – Individual & Team Northampton / Northampton
Emma White Women’s Artistic – Individual & Team Dunfermline / Peterborough

Vicky Clow Rhythmic – Individual Glasgow / Glasgow G46

Team Leader – Aileen McGillivary
Coaches – Sandy Richardson (Women’s Artistic), Tan Jia En (Men’s Artistic), Marion Sands (Rhythmic)
HOCKEY – MEN (16 MEN = 16)
Kenneth Bain Forward Glasgow / Paisley
Stephen Dick Forward Kirkcaldy / Burntisland
Alan Forsyth Forward Paisley / Paisley
Cameron Fraser Midfield Dumfries / Edinburgh
Gareth Hall Forward Dundee / Glasgow
*William Marshall Defender Paisley / Glasgow
Vishal Marwaha Midfield Glasgow/ Glasgow
Alistair McGregor Goal Keeper Aberdeen / Loughborough
Gordon McIntyre Midfield Greenock / Greenock
Graham Moodie Midfield Surrey / Edinburgh
Chris Nelson Midfield Paisley / Paisley
Mark Ralph Defender Paisley / Paisley
Derek Salmond Defender Edinburgh / Edinburgh
Iain Scholefield Forward Paisley / Paisley
Niall Stott Midfield Dundee / Dundee
Ross Stott Defender Dundee/ Dundee
Travelling Reserves
Gavin Byres Defender Dundee / Dundee
Jamie Cachia Goal Keeper Edinburgh / Cupar

Team Leader – Eugene Connolly
Head Coach – Russell Garcia
Assistant Coaches – Derek Forsyth, Dave Reid
Louise Baxter Midfield Kirkcaldy / Edinburgh EH15
Alison Bell Forward Dundee / Stirling
Vikki Bunce Midfield Dundee / Dundee
Aimee Clark Forward Aberdeen / Aberdeen
Linda Clement Forward Inverness / Edinburgh EH12
Holly Cram Forward Glasgow / Glasgow G13
Leigh Fawcett Defender Aberdeen / Aberdeen
Catriona Forrest Defender Glasgow / Glasgow G43
Samantha Judge Forward Paisley / Edinburgh EH11
Nikki Kidd Forward Buckie / Edinburgh EH9
Emily Maguire Defender Glasgow / Paisley
*Kareena Marshall Defender Paisley / Paisley
Morag McLellan Midfield Glasgow Glasgow G43
Becky Merchant Forward Isleworth / Edinburgh
Ailsa Robertson Forward Dundee / Stirling
Abi Walker Goal Keeper Glasgow / Edinburgh
Travelling Reserves
Katrina Cameron Defender Paisley / Edinburgh EH14
Carmin Dow Goal Keeper Dundee / Dundee

Team Leader (Women) – Lynne Dick
Head Coach – Gordon Shepherd
Assistant Coaches – Murray Carnie, Neil Menzies
Performance Analysts – Andy Kerr
Darren Burnett Pairs Arbroath / Arbroath DD11
Paul Foster Singles Irvine / Troon KA10
Wayne Hogg Triples Edinburgh / Glenrothes KY7
David Peacock Triples Edinburgh / Dalkeith EH22
Neil Speirs Pairs Edinburgh / Ratho EH28
Willie Wood Triples Haddington / Haddington EH41
Caroline Brown Pairs Bellshill / Motherwell ML1
*Michelle Cooper Triples Irvine / Kilwinning KA13
Claire Johnston Singles Irvine / Auchinleck KA18
Margaret Letham Pairs Hamilton / Bothwell G71
Lorraine Malloy Triples Broxburn / East Whitburn EH47
Lynn Stein Triples St Andrews / Leven KY8

Team Leader (Women) – Betty Forsyth
Team Leader (Men) – George Sneddon
Coaches – Ceri Ann Davies, Robbie Dobbins
Mike Adamson Scrum Half/Stand-off Stirling / Glasgow G5
Alexander Blair Stand-off Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH5
David Callam Forward Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH3
*Scott Forrest Forward Rutherglen / Glasgow G41
Chris Fusaro Forward Kirkcaldy / Glasgow G3
John Houston Centre Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH7
Lee Jones Scrum Half/Winger Edinburgh / Selkirk TD7
Stuart McInally Forward Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH10
Scott Newlands Forward Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH10
Hefin O’Hare Centre/Winger Wrexham / Glasgow G11
Colin Shaw Centre/Winger Irvine / Glasgow G41
Andrew Turnbull Winger Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH11
Struan Dewar Forward Aberdeen / Edinburgh EH12
Peter Horne Stand Off/Centre Aberdeen / Cupar KY15
James King Stand/Off/Centre/Hooker Berwick–upon-Tweed / Edinburgh EH6
Scott Riddell Forward Edinburgh / Newcastle

Team Leader – Karen Burnett
Head Coach – Stevie Gemmell
Assistant Coach – Graham Shiel
Performance Analyst – Ciaran Beattie
SHOOTING (10 MEN + 5 WOMEN = 15)
Drew Christie Skeet Individual & Pairs Dundee / Dundee
Jonathan Hammond Smallbore 3P0 & Prone Individual & Pairs Aberdeen / West Virginia
John MacDonald Trap Individual & Pairs Fort William / Fort William
*Ian Marsden Skeet Individual & Pairs Edinburgh / Perth
Osmond McLean Trap Individual & Pairs Edinburgh / Glasgow
Angus McLeod Fullbore Individual & Pairs Edinburgh / Warminster
Alan Ritchie 10m Air Pistol & 50m Pistol Paisley / Johnstone
Graham Rudd 10m Air Rifle Individual Edinburgh / Edinburgh
Ian Shaw Fullbore Individual & Pairs Chatham / Epsom
Neil Stirton Smallbore 3P & Prone Individual & Pairs Aberdeen / Aberdeen
Caroline Brownlie 10m Air Pistol, 25m Air Pistol Edinburgh / Bishop’s Waltham
Kay Copland Smallbore 3P & Prone Individual & Pairs Aberdeen / Banff
Shona Marshall Trap Individual & Pairs Aberdeen / Alford
Jennifer McIntosh Smallbore 3P & Prone Individual & Pairs Edinburgh / Aberdeen
Linda Pearson Trap Pairs Sheffield / Sheffield

Team Leader – Joan Watt
Head Coach – Donald McIntosh (Rifle)
Coaches – Alan Maboon (Fullbore), Iain MacGregor (Clay Target)
SQUASH (4 MEN + 2 WOMEN = 6)
Alan Clyne Men’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles Munlochy, Black Isle / Edinburgh
Harry Leitch Men’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles Edinburgh / Cambridge
Lyall Paterson Men’s Doubles Aberdeen / Philadelphia
Chris Small Men’s Doubles Dunfermline / Florence
Lisa Aitken Women’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles Montrose / Edinburgh
Frania Gillen-Buchert Women’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles Cape Town / Edinburgh

Team Leader – Linda Davie
Coach – Roger Flynn
Stewart Crawford Team Falkirk / Falkirk
*Craig Howieson Men’s Doubles & Team Edinburgh / Edinburgh EH10
Gavin Rumgay Singles, Men’s Doubles & Team Perth / Sheffield

Team Leader – Tricia Whitaker
Coach – Li Chao
TENNIS (2 MEN + 3 WOMEN = 5)
Colin Fleming Singles & Doubles Broxburn / Linlithgow
Jamie Murray Doubles Glasgow / London
Elena Baltacha Singles & Doubles Kiev, Ukraine / Ipswich
Mhairi Brown Doubles Kirkcaldy / Edinburgh
Jocelyn Rae Singles & Doubles Nottingham / Nottingham

Team Leader – Pete Nicolson
Coach – Euan McGinn
*Graeme Kane 77kg Irvine / Crosshouse
*Peter Kirkbride 94kg Irvine / Kilmarnock
Tommy Yule 105kg Johannesburg / Loughborough

Team Leader – Jim Holland
Coach – Charlie Hamilton
Viorel Etko 60kg Moldova / Aberdeen
Sean Keogh 74kg Glasgow / Glasgow
Craig McKenna 55kg Glasgow / Clydebank

Jayne Clason 55kg Falkirk / Grangemouth
Tracey Connell 63kg Flakirk / Glasgow
Sarah Jones 72kg Edinburgh / Glasgow
Kathryn Marsh 59kg York / Glasgow
Ashlea McManus 67kg Vancouver / Vancouver
Donna Robertson 51kg Irvine / Hamilton
Fiona Robertson 48kg Irvine / Hamilton

Team Leader – John Keogh
Head Coach – Volodymyr Gladkow
Coach – Colin McLaren
N.B. Events listed are the ones that the athletes have qualified in. Others may be added in some sports, at the coaches discretion.
* Denotes attended today’s team announcement
Jon Doig – Chef de Mission
Vicky Strange – General Team Manager
Gina Logan – Assistant General Team Manager (Village)
Leslie Roy – Assistant General Team Manager (Transport & Logistics)
Adrian Lear – Athlete Liaison Officer
Adrienne Sunderland – Office Manager
Catherine Goodfellow – Office Administrator
Katriona Bush – Head of Media & PR
Frances Bonner – Media Officer
Lorna Campbell – Media Officer
Peter Dean – Media Officer
Stuart MacKenzie – Media Officer
MEDICAL (7 MEN + 9 WOMEN = 16)
Dr Niall Elliott – Head Doctor / Head of Medical Services
Dr Catriona Boyle – Doctor
Dr Jane Dunbar – Doctor
Dr John Maclean – Doctor
Dr Alastair Nicol – Doctor
Dr David Pugh – Doctor
Lindsay Thomson – Head Physiotherapist/ Deputy Head of Medical Services
Maggie Bush – Physiotherapist
Fiona Cameron – Physiotherapist
Lesley Dawson – Physiotherapist
Maggie Hendry – Physiotherapist
Sandi Lyall – Physiotherapist
Neil Maclean- Martin – Physiotherapist
Stephen Mutch – Physiotherapist
Luke Smith – Physiotherapist
Karen Young – Physiotherapist
Listed with each sport
TOTAL ATHLETES = 191 (108 MEN + 83 WOMEN) – not including team reserves
OVERALL TEAM = 282 (165 MEN + 116 WOMEN)

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