Today in Scottish sport: Eilidh Doyle starts Olympics campaign
Well what a weekend that was.
Four Scottish medals - to take the country's contribution to 12 in Team GB's haul - were picked up at the Olympics in Rio, and there was another busy weekend at Scotland's football grounds.
There's more action to come in Rio de Janeiro from Team GB and the Scottish contingent in its ranks on Monday, and overnight into Tuesday in the UK.
After winning two Diamond League races this year, athlete Eilidh Doyle begins her Olympic campaign in the 400m hurdles heats. (01:30 BST on Tuesday)
Before then, out in the Marina da Gloria, sailor Luke Patience and his partner Chris Grube head into the final three of 10 races in their 470 campaign (17:05, 18:30 and 19:55).
The duo,currently sitting in 10th place, need a big dayif they areto remain in with a chance of a podium finish in Wednesday's double points Medal Race.
Charlotte Dobson and her partner Sophie Ainsworth have two more races in the women's 49er FX (18:05 and 19:05 BST).
Edinburgh resident Keri-Anne Payne, the Beijing 2008 silver medallist now married to former Scottish swimmer David Carry, will hope to put the disappointment of London's 2012 home Games behind her in the women's 10km open water marathon at Fort Copacabana. (13:30 BST)
And closer to home
Arriving in Scotland on Monday are Israeli team Hapoel Be'er Sheva, ahead of the first leg of their Champions League play-off round against Celtic on Wednesday.