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Enjoying a successful 2017, both sisters claimed individual gold at the European Championships in Baku.
There was more success at the Commonwealth Championships as they finished first and second in the Prone event, with Seonaid also claiming gold in the 3 Position.
A two-time winner in the 400m individual medley, a defence of her title would render her the first Scot ever to win three gold medals in the same Commonwealth event at three successive Games.
On top of the 400m IM, she will battle for medals in a further five events for Team Scotland.
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A strong, versatile and committed rider, she will tackle the individual pursuit, points and scratch races on the track before hitting the road for the individual time trial and road race.
She has since won back-to-back silver medals at the European Championships, in 20, and after a beneficial stint in India at the end of 2017, competing among the world’s best in the Premier Badminton League, she is aiming to ensure another appearance on the podium in Gold Coast.
Defending champions in both the pairs and fours, they are competing in their fourth and sixth Games respectively and few would bet against them adding to their collective haul of seven gold medals.
The Olympic silver medallist in the sprint, finishing behind GB team-mate Jason Kenny, he is one of the favourites for gold in the event this month, although he will face tough competition from other GB riders, including fellow Scot Jack Carlin.
The two of them will also compete in the Keirin, where another medal is a strong possibility.
Katie Archibald An Olympic, World and European gold medalist, the 24-year-old, who will compete on the track and road in Gold Coast, is hoping to upgrade the Commonwealth bronze she won in Glasgow.Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban Hoping to secure Scotland’s first squash medal for 20 years, Clyne has been close in the past, finishing fourth in the past two Games, but his pairing with Lobban looks to have enhanced his chances.