SCOTTISH athletes are celebrating an incredible Olympic Games after recording another mammoth medals haul.

Eleven Scots won a total of 16 medals at the Tokyo Olympics. That’s two more than at London 2012 and just two shy of the record set at Rio 2016.

Overall, Team GB won 65 medals, finishing fourth in the final standings and equalling the total from London 2012.

Team GB took home 22 golds, 21 silvers and 22 bronzes.

Of those, three golds, 10 silvers and three bronzes were won by Scots.

Swimmer Duncan Scott, from Alloa, broke a Team GB record by winning four medals in a single games.

Katie Archibald, who grew up in Glasgow, scooped a gold and silver in the track cycling while Olympic debutant Jack Carlin won a silver and a bronze.

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Kathleen Dawson won Scotland’s other gold in the mixed 4 × 100 metre backstroke relay in a world-record time.

Laura Muir secured a silver on the running track with a masterful performance in the 1500m. That was followed by a similarly heroic performance by Josh Kerr in the men’s event, earning him a bronze medal.

The National:

Rowers Angus Groom and Harry Leask won silver in the quadruple sculls.

Neah Evans took home another medal in the track cycling with silver in the team pursuit and Anna Burnet won silver in the nacre 17 sailing.

And hockey forward Sarah Robertson earned a bronze after Team GB defeated India 4-3.

Former Team GB hockey player Stephen Martin congratulated the Scottish athletes on their outstanding success, tweeting: “Population of 5 million well done.”