Scottish Olympian Michael Jamieson has won a silver medal in the Men's 200m breaststroke.
In front of a packed crowd at the Aquatic centre, Jamieson won Team GB's ninth medal of the London 2012 Olympics with a time of two minutes 7.43 seconds - the third-fastest time in history.
Hungarian Daniel Gyurta took the gold in a world record time of 2:07.28 in a thrilling race.
Third at the final turn, Jamieson and Gyurta went head to head over the last 50m with the Athens silver medallist beating Christian Sprenger's world mark by 0.03secs.
Glasgow-born Jamieson had set a new British record of 2:08.20 seconds when he qualified for the final alongside teammate Andrew Willis on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old had also competed in the Men's 100m breaststroke, where he finished in 3rd place in the semifinal but failed to reach the final.
Jamieson told BBC Sport: "I am so delighted. I knew I had a little bit more to give. It's so much easier with the crowd behind you.
"I've had so many messages it has been unbelievable. I was desperate to get on the podium to repay them.
"I know how strong his last 50 is. I tried to stay on his shoulder for the first 100. I just gave everything for the last 50."
Bath ITC team-mate Andrew Willis was eighth in 2:09.44.
Sports Minister Shona Robison, who was there to see Michael Jamieson's silver medal winning race, said:"What a remarkable day for Team GB and some of our outstanding Scottish athletes.
"Scotland is proud of Michael Jamieson's fantastic swim tonight, and Heather Stanning's golden moment this morning has really set the country alight."
The event was broadcast live on a big screen at Celtic Park ahead of the Glasgow team's Champion's League qualifier against HJK Helsinki.
Lifelong Hoops fan Jamieson initially considered a career in football before opting to concentrate on swimming, and had been sent a message of support from manager Neil Lennon ahead of the final.
"It is a great achievement for Michael to reach tonight’s final," Lennon told Celtic’s official website.
"I know he is a big Celtic supporter and on behalf of everyone at the club, we wish him all the very best of luck for tonight."
The medal capped off a great day for Team GB that began with a gold for rowers Heather Stanning and Helen Glover and also saw Bradley Wiggins pick up his fourth Olympic gold in the cycling time trial and Andy Murray progress to the tennis quarter finals with a win over Marcos Baghdatis.
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