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Glasgow 2014: Scots Mermaid Erraid Davies reveals that being a cover star of Scotland's biggest Newspaper was 'a bit weird' — 13-year-old Erraid Davies from Shetland spoke of her newfound cover status and told the Record that she has even been keeping her medal in he pocket rather than wearing it at every opportunity THE 13 year old swimmer from Shetland has been taking most things in her stride since winning bronze in the SB9 100m breast role final earlier this week and has even been keeping her medal in he pocket rather than wear it at every opportunity.

Unseen Scotland: The rare images our greatest sporting moments — OUR astonishing and previously unseen photographs put Scotland in the frame with the historic sporting moments that have been captured on film. SOMETIMES, in sport, the moments that separate the most astonishing triumph from spirit-crushing defeat come and go in the blink of an eye.
Jul 30, 2014

@ScotlandNow: Unseen Scotland: The rare images of our greatest sporting moments”>some of these are great

Campaigning of residents on Glasgow's famous Duke Street to be celebrated in major new documentary — THE pioneering work of Reidvale Housing Association around the east end of Glasgow's Duke Street - the longest street in the UK - features in The Secret History of Our Streets. THE legacy of campaigning residents on one of Glasgow's most famous streets at the centre of the Commonwealth Games celebrations is to be celebrated on a major new BBC documentary.

Video: Daily Record gives iconic Duke of Wellington cone a golden makeover to celebrate Commonwealth Games success — FOLLOWING Team Scotland's record medal success, we have updated the cultural landmark. SCOTLAND's champion The Daily Record has updated Glasgow's iconic Duke of Wellington statue..with a gold cone. Following Team Scotland's record medal success, we have updated the cultural landmark. Before the games began, the Duke had his cone removed only to reappear during the opening ceremony.

Fitness guru Craig McGinley set to swap sports coaching job for role in the movies — THE fitness fanatic has given up his role helping to get football and rugby stars fit to play a leading role in new movie The Fairy Flag. A FOOTBALL fitness guru is swapping sit ups for the silver screen with a starring role in a slew of new Scottish movies.

David McCarthy: Keith Jackson was wrong about Glasgow 2014.. the friendly Games have been like having the World Cup on our doorstep — DAVID takes issue with sports desk colleague Keith Jackson's critical opinion of the Commonwealth Games. THERE'S not much point watching Scottish football this season. It's not as good as the Champions League or World Cup, you see. It's strictly C-List compared with the best so let's not kid ourselves it is anything it isn't.