Great Britain's Lynsey Sharp has expressed her delight at winning a silver medal in the European Championships women's 800m, admitting that she was unsure of her participation this season after spending time in hospital earlier in the year.
The 24-year-old finished behind Maryna Arzamasova of Belarus in Zurich, where she clocked up a personal best time of 1:58.80.
Sharp told BBC Sport: "I have felt so good all week. I knew I was in personal best shape so even though front-running is totally different for me, I thought I'd just go for it.
"I was in hospital on a drip for two weeks [earlier in the year] and at that point I didn't even know if I was going to have a season.
"So to go on and get a Scottish record, and silver at the Commonwealths and Europeans, is great."