Libby Clegg, the Paralympic Games hopeful, has urged sports officials to do more to help Scotland's leading athletes or risk an ever-greater exodus over the border.
The Beijing silver medallist has called for greater efforts to develop more disabled sporting icons within the current system.
The 21-year-old, who is registered blind, quit her base at Edinburgh's Meadowbank Stadium two years ago in frustration at the lack of top-class support available on-site. She now trains along side a number of leading Olympic prospects at UK Athletics' centre of excellence in Loughborough, where the facilities including indoor and outdoor tracks as well as sports science and medical teams.
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