Pride in our past! Celebrate Scotland's proud history in the Commonwealth Games through the experiences of former team members and enjoy highlights from past Games.

There are many well known Scottish athletes who enjoyed success at the Commonwealth Games in years gone by. Whilst they may have retired from Commonwealth Games competition, they all have special memories of just what it meant to them.

Scotland is one of only six countries to have competed at every Commonwealth Games since they began in 1930 and we won medals at that and every Games since.

Scotland's most-capped hockey player Rhona Simpson has represented her country at three Commonwealth Games. She...

As part of the Men's Team Sprint event, cyclist Marco Librizzi brought home bronze for Team Scotland at the...

Steve Frew made history for Scotland in 2002 when he became the country's first ever gymnastics Commonwealth gold...

David represented Scotland at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Malaysia. He is now the coach heading up the national...

Dan was part of Scotland's first ever Commonwealth badminton team to win a gold medal at the 1986...

Dick McTaggart is a Scottish boxer from Dundee who triumphed at the 1958 and 1962 Commonwealth Games...

Gregor Tait competed in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, winning two Gold and two Bronze medals...

Chris Baillie is a Scottish hurdler from Old Kilpatrick who brought home silver for Team Scotland at the 2006...

Olympian and Commonwealth Games judo player, David Somerville brought home a silver medal for Team Scotland at...

She is currently an Athlete Representative for Commonwealth Games Scotland in the lead up to Glasgow 2014...

Euan Walker has won a record 12 Scottish Men's Singles titles in Table Tennis. In 2002, he competed as part of Team...

Eleven times British Champion Judo player Sarah Clark brought home Commonwealth silver for Team Scotland...

For Badminton star Susan Egelstaff, the legacy of the Games in 2014 is just as important as the sporting prowess...

Scotland’s past sporting heroes have united to get behind Team Scotland...

"There is a wee bit more passion and team spirit in the Scottish team..."

"I must admit to the first pangs of wishing I..."

"It was a small team, only what we could afford to send, but it was very successful...

David Wilkie is an icon of Scottish sporting success...

First representing his country in 1966, Willie has subsequently played in a record-breaking eight Commonwealth Games. He is the most capped Scottish Commonwealth Games athlete ever...

Shirley McIntosh has won more Commonwealth shooting medals than any other Scottish woman. In bringing home the first ever women’s prone gold medal for shooting in the 1994...

Paul Noble has won 15 Paralympic medals across a career spanning more than a decade. He proudly competed as part of Team Scotland in the Manchester...

Scottish racing cyclist Kate Cullen won bronze in the points race at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. She is currently working for Glasgow 2014’s...

Christine Black represented Scotland in the 1986 Commonwealth Games, where she was a mixed doubles bronze badminton...

Swimmer Andy Hunter competed in two Commonwealth Games as part of Team Scotland. At the 2006 Games in Melbourne, he was part of the 4x200m relay team to win silver...