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Duncan Scott has been named in Scotland’s 31-robust aquatics team for the Commonwealth Game titles even with pulling out of this week’s Entire world Championships soon after troubles in his Covid-19 recovery.
The 25-yr-aged received 6 medals at Gold Coast 2018 and is a single of Scotland’s major hopes in Birmingham, where by the swimming functions start off on 28 July.
Fellow Olympic gold medallist Kathleen Dawson misses out with a again damage.
Sixteen debutants join the likes of Scott and diving winner Grace Reid.
Holly McGill, 16, is the youngest athlete named by Scotland so much for Birmingham 2022.
Ross Murdoch, Mark Szaranek and Stephen Milne – all medallists at Gold Coastline 2018 – go in their third Online games though Reid and Craig McNally compete in their fourth.
Reid received the 1m springboard celebration to declare Scotland’s first-ever Commonwealth female diving gold four a long time back. She joins James Heatly, Gemma McArthur and four newcomers in the diving contingent.
In the Para-swimming occasions, Toni Shaw returns aims for a initial Commonwealth medal right after profitable bronze in the 400m freestyle S9 at final year’s Tokyo Paralympics, while world butterfly S12 earth champion and triple Paralympic medallist Stephen Clegg will make his Commonwealth debut.
The Swimming and Para-swimming competitions operate from 29 July to 3 August and diving from 4-8 August.
Kara Hanlon, one of the swimming debutants, reported: “I could not be additional happy to represent the Western Isles on Staff Scotland and I feel I will be the initially swimmer to have designed the crew.
“So it can be a enormous achievement for me and for them and I am going to see how much I can get.”
Ally Whike, Scotland’s aquatics staff leader, reported: “With 60% (of the crew) competing at the Video games for the to start with time, there is an fantastic mix of newcomers and professional campaigners.”
Scotland’s aquatics team
Swimming & Para-Swimming: Craig Benson , Tain Bruce , Oliver Carter , Stephen Clegg, Evie Davis , Sanuel Downie, Scott Gibson, Archie Goodburn, Kara Hanlon, Lucy Hope, Evan Jones, Abby Kane, Keanna MacInnes, Holly McGill, Craig McNally, Stephen Milne, Ross Murdoch, Emma Russell, Duncan Scott, Katie Shanahan, Toni Shaw, Mark Szaranek, Martyn Walton, Cassie Wild-Richards
Diving: Ross Beattie, Cameron Gammage, James Heatly, Clara Kerr, Gemma McArthur, Angus Menmuir , Grace Reid