Scottish athletes on Team GB for Tokyo 2020

Good luck in Tokyo

Olympians and Paralympians out to #MakeAmazingHappen

With the Olympics under way, we want to wish all the Scottish athletes heading to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics good luck this summer.

We’re joining the National Lottery in sending good luck messages to all the Team GB and Paralympics GB athletes competing in Japan.

So far for the Scots in Tokyo, Duncan Scott has become one of Britain's most successful Olympians. A hat-trick of medals, two silvers and one gold, takes his total to five. Only five British athletes have won more. There was also podium success for rowers Harry Leask and Angus Groom won silver in the Quadruple Sculls

Jamie Murray was a late replacement for Dan Evans in the men's doubles tennis, taking the total number of Scots competing at the Tokyo Olympics to 53. 

Since National Lottery funding for performance sport began in 1997, 864 medals have been won by Britain’s Olympians and Paralympians.

National Lottery players raise £36m every week for good causes. Since the National Lottery began in 1994, £43b has been raised for good causes, that money has supported over 635,000 projects.

How can I get involved?

Simply share your good luck message for Team GB and Paralympics GB athletes on social media using the #TNLAthletes and #MakeAmazingHappen hashtags.

The Scots on Team GB are:


Andrew Butchart, Eilish McColgan, Jake Wightman, Zoey Clark, Stephanie Davis, Beth Dobbin. Josh Kerr, Jemma Reekie, Steph Twell, Callum Hawkins, Laura Muir and Nicole Yeargin.  


Kirsty Gilmour


Deborah Kerr, Bradley Forbes-Cryans and Katie Reid.           


Neah Evans, Katie Archibald, Jack Carlin, Anna Shackley and Tao Geoghegan Hart.      


James Heatly and Grace Reid.


Scott Brash


Caroline Weir and Kim Little.


Sarah Robertson


Sarah Adlington

Modern Pentathlon

Joanna  Muir


Polly Swann, Sholto Carnegie, Katherine Douglas, Harry Leask, Karen Bennett, Angus Groom, Rowan McKellar amd Lucy Glover.


Charlotte Dobson, Luke Patience and Anna Burnet.


Seonaid McIntosh


Cassie Wild, Kathleen Dawson, Ross Murdoch, Duncan Scott and Lucy Hope


Andy Murray and Jamie Murray.

Rugby 7s

Max McFarland, Robbie Fergusson, Ross McCann, Alec Coombes and Hannah Smith.


We’re wishing Scots Deborah Kerr, Katie Reid and Bradley Forbes-Cryans a HUGE Good Luck ahead of the upcoming Tokyo games!

Everyone at the SCA is behind you, and following your progress every step of the way 💪🏽@LottoGoodCauses@sportscotland#TNLAthletes#MakeAmazingHappen

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