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Athletes from the Borders have been chosen to represent Scotland at next year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Paralympic Silver Medallist Libby Clegg and up-and-coming wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn are among the first 27 members to be named for Team Scotland.
Jenny Longden reports:
At 17-years-old Samantha Kinghorn is the youngest person to be chosen for the 2014 Commonwealth Games team.
She took up wheelchair racing after an accident at her family farm left her paralysed in 2010.
Four Athletes from the Borders will be representing Scotland at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Para-athletes Samantha Kinghorn, a wheelchair racer from Gordon and Libby Clegg, a paralympic runner from Newcastleton will be representing Team Scotland, as will runners Guy Learmonth from Berwick and Chris O'Hare from West Linton.
27 sportsmen and women have been named in the first round of the team selection, with 300 days to go until the Commonwealth Games begin.