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Scotland's second swimming success

16 Mar 06 08:45

David Carry wins Gold for Scotland in the 400m Freestyle Final. 

David Carry wins Gold for Scotland
in the 400m Freestyle Final.

David Carry of Scotland has won the 400m Freestyle Final in a personal best time of 3:48.17, winning the second swimming gold for his country in the first night of swimming.

Canadian Andrew Hurd picked up the silver in 3:49.08 and David Davies from Wales came third.

Australian Craig Stevens missed out on a medal and was trailing the leaders the entire race. Stevens said after the race that he is now concentrating on the 1,500m.

Stevens said, "It was a great to hear the crowd - an absolute buzz."

Earlier this evening fellow Scot Caitlin McClatchey out swum Australian Libby Lenton in the Women's 200m Freestyle Final, setting a new Games record.

For more results, visit the Aquatics Swimming Schedule and Results section of this Website.

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Games Swimming record for Scotland
16 March 2006

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