For Great Britain’s track cycling team, the gilded procession rolls on. Yesterday evening in the Olympic velodrome, it was the turn of the women to win the team’s third gold medal. And minutes later, Becky James added a silver in the Keirin. The GB women’s pursuit team — Katie Archibald, Laura Trott, Elinor Barker and Joanna Rowsell-Shand — stormed to victory in the final, shattering the world record and beating the United States by more than two seconds.
Rio Olympics 2016: Scottish Olympians savour best overseas Games
Callum Skinner competes in the men's sprint semi-finals Scottish Olympians in Rio are celebrating the country's best ever medal haul from an overseas Games. Gold for Katie Archibald as part of Great Britain's women's team pursuit quartet and silver for swimmer Duncan Scott in the men's 4x100m medley relay on Saturday brought the Scots' medal tally to 10. That surpassed the previous best of eight from the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm