Scotland's 13-year-old Commonwealth bronze medallist Erraid Davies has told ITV News she celebrated her success with "some toast, nutella and an Irn-Bru".
Speaking to ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward, Erraid said she didn't expect to win a medal in the SB9 100 metres breaststroke and had only hoped for a personal best.
"I was a bit less nervous than I was for the heats because I didn't really know what to expect then, but I just went for it," she said.
Erraid, whose movement is restricted due a hip condition, was Scotland's youngest ever competitor and the youngest person competing at Glasgow 2014.
She began swimming after developing Perthes' disease when she was four years old.
"My doctor told me to start swimming because it would build the muscle around my hip and it's done that," she told ITV News, adding that she could swim properly before she was able to walk properly.
Although the young swimmer is not on Twitter, Erraid was told that her name was trending around the world after she won her bronze medal.
"It feels really, really good," she added.