LAST week Britain's Olympic challengers – many of them Scots – took on the world's best and, more often than anyone had dared hope, walked away with the gold, silver and bronze medals.
By any standards, the London Games have thus far proved a success. But medals cannot be the full story. For these Games truly to succeed, they must deliver a legacy that stretches beyond the reputations of a handful of elite sportsmen and women.
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