George Miller of Scotland becomes the oldest medalist in CWG history at the age of 75.

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George Miller of Scotland becomes the oldest medalist in CWG history at the age of 75.

In lawn bowls, Scotland’s George Miller won the mixed pairs championship.

In the para mixed pairs, the team defeated Wales 16-9 to win gold.

When he won the mixed pairs gold medal for Scotland in lawn bowls on Friday, 75 years and eight months old George Miller made history as the oldest competitor to ever take home a medal at the Commonwealth Games.

Scotland defeated Wales 16-9 to win the gold medal in the para-mixed pairs B2B3 event at Victoria Park thanks to the team of lead Melanie Innes, her director Miller, and skip director Sarah Jane.

Rosemary Lenton’s teammate Miller has become the oldest gold medal winner in Commonwealth Games history, and she expressed her belief that Lenton is happy about the accomplishment.

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Regarding his advice to senior citizens who might be interested in participating in the sport, he said: “Bowling is fairly simple for seniors, but any sport, walking, football, rugby, you name it, get out there, exercise, play games.

Whatever your age, competing is brilliant, he said.

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