Campbell and Macpherson to kick-off Scottish interest at World Championships

Martin Campbell and Julie Macpherson will begin the Scottish charge at the TOTAL BWF World Championships when they appear on the opening day of the tournament, in Glasgow.

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Gilmour ready to right the wrongs of Rio as Worlds come to home city

This week, she will launch her World Championship campaign on familiar territory, the Emirates Arena being the stage for her Commonwealth silver medal win back in 2014.

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Langridge hoping to celebrate Olympic bronze anniversary with success in Glasgow

Exactly a year ago, Chris Langridge was in the midst of Rio celebrations, just days after winning Olympic bronze alongside men’s doubles partner Marcus Ellis.

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Goosebumps for Gabby Adcock as she returns to scene of Commonwealth triumph

On Tuesday, the pair - currently ranked fifth in the world – will start their TOTAL BWF World Championship campaign, having received a bye in the first round.

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Merrilees relishing Lin Dan opportunity in front of home crowd

Playing the Greatest Of All Time is not how he had expected his first round tie to fare at the TOTAL BWF World Championships, but that’s exactly what Merrilees will face come Monday.

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