Aberdeen swimmer David Carry announces retirement

David Carry David Carry recently got married to fellow Team GB swimmer Keri-Ann Payne

Successful international Aberdeen swimmer David Carry has announced his retirement from the sport, after competing in his third Olympics.

Carry, who turned 31 on Monday, reached the final of the 400m freestyle at London 2012.

During his career he won two Commonwealth Games golds for Scotland, as well as two silvers and a bronze.

He recently got married to fellow Team GB swimmer Keri-Ann Payne, and will now work for a management company.

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