GB’s Steven Scott edges out club-mate Tim Kneale to shooting bronze in Rio

• Scott beats Kneale 30-28 in double trap
• Kuwait’s Fehaid Aldeehani beats Italy’s Marco Innocenti 26-24 to gold

The Olympic bronze medallist Steven Scott has revealed the key role played by the London 2012 men’s double trap winner, Peter Wilson, in helping to put him on the medal podium.

Sussex-based Scott, 31, beat his Great Britain team-mate Tim Kneale 30-28 in the double trap bronze medal match at Deodoro, with Fehaid Aldeehani, a Kuwaiti, winning and becoming the first athlete competing under the International Olympic Committee flag to capture gold. Scott and Kneale both made the play-off following a sudden-death elimination with the Australian James Willett after a three-way tie for third in the semi-final.

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