Michael Jamieson put a shine to Team GB's rush of medals with an impressive silver in the men's 200m breaststroke final.
The Rutherglen born swimmer delivered the performance of a lifetime to claim his medal, only being pipped to the gold by Hungarian Daniel Gyurta who produced a world record time of 2:07.28 to beat the Scot.
In what was a thrilling race, Jamieson was cheered on by an ecstatic London crowd with the excitement only matched in Glasgow by the 23-year-old's ecstatic family.
Jamieson's achievement capped a memorable display by Scottish swimmer at the Olympic games with Hannah Miley, Robbie Renwick and David Carey all reaching the finals of their disciplines.
On Scotland Tonight, we discussed whether we are entering a golden age of Scottish swimming.
Mike Whittingham from Sport Scotland was joined by swimming coach Andy Figgins and Rob Robertson from the Scottish Daily Mail.
Mike said that Michael had delivered a "world class performance" that reflected his belief and tireless work ethic.
Andy admitted that he was "not really surprised" by Jamieson's achievement as the swimmer was "so determined" to claim a medal.
Meanwhile, Rob Robertson from the Scottish Daily Mail said that it was great to "hear a Scottish voice at the Olympics."
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