Olympic 200m breaststroke silver medallist, Michael Jamieson, Britain's most successful aquatic athlete at London 2012, has been reunited with his Olympic kit after he left it on a train.
The 23-year-old charge of coach Dave McNulty mislaid his bag when travelling from the British capital to Bathwas travelling from London back to his base at Bath's Intensive Training Centre.
A tweet he sent out asking for his Olympic wash bag and track suit trousers to be returned with the rest of his stuff was spotted by a member of staff at ScotRail, who alerted sister train operator First Great Western.
A ind soul had handed the missing bag to lost property at Paddington, the London station where a bear once arrived from Peru and took on the name on the wall there.
Jamieson told reporters: "I had been to London and was going home quite late. I just got up and walked off the train without it. I never thought I would see it again - but it's great to finally have it back."
Meanwhile, Jamieson and McNulty have a new squad member in the shape of 200m backstroke ace Lizzie Simmonds. The 21-year-old was overhauled by another Elizabeth, Beisel, a Florida Gator, in the closing 25m of the 200m at London 2012 and had to settle for what many cit as the most frustrating place of them all - fourth.
Simmonds, a European champion who had spent four years at the Loughborough Intensive Training Centre under coach Ben Titley, who has moved to a new job in Ontario, Canada, told the media: "I needed a change, a completely different stimulus. Technically I'm still on a trial but it is going well - I like the set-up, I like the group."
She praised the Bath programme and its success with the likes of Jamieson, fellow Olympic finalist Andrew Willis and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor.
"This may be a bit of a transition period for me but I think, in the long run, it will definitely be a very positive thing. This kind of set-up is perhaps more suited to what I need to get into the medals."