A body recovered at a Perthshire beauty spot has been formally confirmed as Team GB runner Chris Smith.
The 43-year-old set off for a run from Invervar on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 27.
His body was found the following day after a major search operation involving Tayside Mountain Rescue Team, police and coastguard officials.
On Tuesday, Police Scotland confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances and a report would be made to the procurator fiscal.
Inspector Emma Bowman, of Tayside Police, said: “Our thoughts are very much with Chris’s family and we will continue to provide assistance and support them.
“I would also like to thank everyone, including members of the public and the local community, for their support.”
Last week, Chris’s family said he died “doing what he loved.”
He was aiming to tackle a route including four Munros – Meall nan Aighean, Carn Mairg, Meall Garbh and Carn Gorm – and planned to return at 5pm.
Emergency services were called when he did not return and a search-and-rescue operation began to find Mr Smith – who was originally from Aberdeenshire but lived in Haywards Heath, West Sussex.
Ruth McKee, Mr Smith’s cousin, posted a tribute from the family on Friday morning on Twitter.
It said: “On behalf of the entire family, we are devastated to let you know that Chris has lost his life in Glen Lyon.
“He was doing what he loved having spent the previous days having the most special time with Lindsay, Cameron and Alastair.
“We would like to thank everyone for the support they have given us, in particular the mountain rescue teams, emergency services, members of the public and Chris’s friends that joined the search.
“We will always treasure his energy, spirit and love. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers.”