Great Scott Bronze medal for Double Trap in Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Great Britain’s Steve Scott beat compatriot Tim Kneale to win the bronze medal in the Olympic double trap shooting event in Rio.
The Team GB Olympians beat Australian James Willet in a tense play-off at the end of the semi-final to make the bronze medal match, which was also a tight game.
Scott became Britain’s second shooting medallist at these Olympics last night, August 11, but while farmer Ed Ling made a quick getaway for the harvest after landing bronze on Monday, Scott was more interested in finding a phone.
His intention, he explained, was to call the coach who made this double trap bronze medal possible. That is not remotely unusual, except his coach is Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum, a former Olympic champion who also happens to be part of the ruling family of Dubai.
A Londoner, Scott was once in the British Army and won gold in 2010 Commonwealth Games.
— YourNewsUKtv (@YourNewsUKtv) August 11, 2016
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