Commonwealth Games: Here are all of Scotland's medal winners from Birmingham 2022 - including Neil Fachie and Duncan Scott

As athletes continue to vie for gold, silver and bronze in Birmingham, here are all the Scots who have appeared on the podium.

Scotland has a proud history at the Commonwealth Games, being one of only six countries to have competed in every event since the inaugural Empire Games of 1930 (the other five being Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand and Wales).

It’s the only major multi-sport event where Scottish athletes compete under the Scottish flag, instead of as part of a Great Britain team

Over the history of the games, prior to the Birmingham event, Scotland sat seventh in the all-time tally of medals, with 451 medals (119 Gold, 132 Silver and 200 Bronze).

At this year’s Commonwealth Games, a total of 254 Scots are competing – 125 men and 129 women – and are hoping to add their names to the register of Scottish success.

Here’s who has fought their way to a medal so far.


Neil Fachie – Cycling, Men's tandem 1 km time trial

Scotland's Duncan Scott struck gold in the men's 200m freestyle swimming event on day two of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Duncan Scott – Swimming, Men's 200 metre freestyle

Garry Brown and Kevin Wallace – Lawn bowls, Men's pairs B6–8

Rosemary Lenton and Pauline Wilson – Lawn bowls, Women's pairs B6–8

Sarah Adlington – Judo, Women's +78 kg

Duncan Scott – Swimming, Men's 200 metre individual medley

Eilish McColgan – Athletics, Women's 10,000 metres


Aileen McGlynn and Ellie Stone – Cycling Women's tandem sprint

Sean Frame – Men's marathon (T54)

Jack Carlin – Cycling, Men's keirin

Stephen Clegg – Swimming, Men's 50 metre freestyle S13

Neil Fachie – Cycling, tandem sprint

Neah Evans – Cycling, Women's points race

John Archibald – Cycling, Scratch Race

Finlay Allan – Judo, Men's 66 kg


Beth Potter – Triathlon

Katie Shanahan – Swimming, Women's 400 metre individual medley

Toni Shaw – Swimming, Women's 100 metre freestyle S9

Ross Murdoch – Swimming, Men's 200 metre breaststroke

Neah Evans – Cycling, Women's individual pursuit

Duncan Scott – Swimming, Men's 400 metre individual medley

Aileen McGlynn and Ellie Stone – Cycling, Tandem 1000m Time Trial

Jack Carlin – Cycling, Men’s Sprint

Duncan Scott – Swimming, Men's 100 metre freestyle

Katie Shanahan – Swimming, Women's 200 metre backstroke

Shannon Archer – Gymnastics, Women's vault

Malin Wilson – Judo, Women's 57 kg

Stephen Milne, Evan Jones, Mark Szaranek and Duncan Scott – Swimming, Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

Paul Foster and Alex Marshall – Lawn bowls, Men's pairs

Ross Murdoch – Swimming, Men's 50 metre breaststroke

Rachel Tytler – Judo, Women's 78 kg

Craig McNally, Ross Murdoch, Duncan Scott and Evan Jones – Swimming, Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

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