THE father lay in a bed in a Paris garret, tears streaming down his cheeks.
His teenage son lay beside him, snoring gently. One was consumed by fear and guilt. The other had only his dream. The father spoke quietly and movingly yesterday of that night four years ago when Michael Jamieson, now an Olympic silver medallist, found that his ambition required the most basic sacrifices.
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