AS THE dust of Britain's Olympic trials settle, it is time to take stock of where the UK and Scotland stand in the athletics world.
Scots won nine medals at the Aviva trials in Birmingham, but only two titles, Lynsey Sharp (800m) and Eilish McColgan (steeplechase). Despite beating the four women ranked ahead of her this year, Edinburgh's Sharp remains short of the Olympic A standard which guarantees selection. Indeed, as it stands this morning, just two Scots (Eilidh Child, 400m hurdles, and McColgan) are sure of an individual Olympic athletics place.
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