SHETLAND swimmer Amy Strachan has added a second gold to her tally after winning the 200 metres individual medley at the NatWest Island Games on Tuesday.
Fellow swimmer Amy Harper has added a bronze medal to the silver she won on Monday, after coming third in the 800 metres freestyle.
Strachan swam her race in a time of 2:20:18, having broken the games record on Monday in the final of the 50 metres breaststroke.
Harper swam the 800 metres in 8:57:24, having come second in the 200 metres freestyle on Monday.
Shetland’s archery team of Billy Finnie, Steven Gardiner, Martin Krusche, Ryan Leith and Sara Leith won the silver medal in the archery single FITA compound team event on Tuesday.
The competition was won by the Faroe Islands with a score of 3,964, ahead of Shetland (3,866) and Jersey (3,806).
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