Duncan Scott wins third European Championships gold medal
The Glasgow-born swimmer's quartet won the 4x100m medlay relay race.
Scottish swimmer Duncan Scott has won his third gold medal of the European Championships.
The University of Stirling athlete, born in Glasgow, swam home in the final leg as the quartet of Scott, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Nicholas Pyle came out on top in the 4x100m medlay relay.
By claiming top spot on the podium, Scott picked up his fifth medal in Tollcross and second of the day on Thursday.
The 21-year-old took silver in the 100m freestyle as he continued in the rich vein of form which saw Scott stun the field to claim gold in the 200m freestyle event from lane eight.
Scott previously powered through the second 50m to claim silver earlier in competition, while the GB team also won the 200m freestyle relay on Sunday.