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Medical help would have saved Aberdonian Emma, at Devonport aboard HMS Cornwall in October 2004, the Plymouth court heard.
The error left the Aberdonian down in fourth spot behind nearest challenger Tim Mason, while Roger Moran had his best result so far with second spot in the new Pilbeam.
The 20-year-old Aberdonian booked a quick return to the Major stage with a superb performance in local qualifying at Fairmont St Andrews earlier this month.
It was only after the THG started sifting through the mass of material they had received from Mr Munro's family that they realised the incredible amount of information which the late Aberdonian had amassed.
The Scot anchored the Brits to 4x400m relay bronze after Aberdonian Zoey Clark set them on a path to the podium.
The supporting event the Aberdonian Plate Class VI Division III and IV has a bigger field of 11 runners, most of whom are thoroughbreds.
After all, who is better qualified to take an Aberdonian client out for a coffee than a fellow Aberdonian?!
The Aberdonian's career has stagnated since that win at Carnoustie and he is a forgotten figure.
One of the local hopes at Gleneagles this week, the Aberdonian will have his backers.
And after jumping 11 spots to 42nd in the world, the 34-year-old Aberdonian's form backs up his bullish mood.
And Aberdonian Campbell was thrilled to mark his first start in Europe with a win.
But new rules that will determine qualification for major events by results rather than national trials are set to pose a huge headache, the Aberdonian believes.
The Aberdonian, 24, will line up at Glasgow's Emirates Arena in two weeks among the favourites with the pedigree of coming sixth at last spring's World Championships.
The Aberdonian is back after a spell in Kenya hosted by Irish ace Dan Mulhare and hopes it will fire him to a Scottish title.