Stott told BBC Three: "It's weird, it could have been a disaster and now it's a dream.
"We did feel the pressure but for me I thought we needed something to go right today.
"There is nothing taken for granted in this sport and getting to the final was amazing."
Baillie added: "To win is mad and for these boys (Florence and Hounslow) to finish second...The run we had, I was hoping it might be good enough for a medal but I didn't expect that."
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