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Former Forres Academy pupil and Scotland cyclist Ellie Stone wins bronze medal to add to silver medal at Commonwealth Games


By Will Clark

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Former Forres Academy pupil and Scotland cyclist Ellie Stone has won a second medal at the Commonwealth Games after clinching bronze with Aileen McGlynn in the Tandem B 1000 metre time trial.

Ellie Stone.
Ellie Stone.

The 21-year-old from Aviemore was the pilot for 47-year-old McGlynn, who is partially sighted, claimed third place at the LeeValley Velo Park in London.

It follows the duo winning the silver at the Women’s B Tandem Sprint on Friday.

Stone was a latecomer to cycling, only transferring to the sport in 2018 after previously being a sprint hurdler with the Inverness Harriers.

She won two national track titles in keirin and 500 metres time trial in March.



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