Duncan competed at the British Championships in Sheffield
Whilst most swimmers were in the water, Duncan was signing autographs for swimming fans.
The following day he started with 200 Fly – great PB and a bronze podium position 1.57.50
The following evening was the 100 freestyle, the event he was fifth in at the Rio Olympics. He swam his own race. Finished with his slot for the world championships as he made the selection time with 47.90. The first British swimmer under 48. His swim ranks him no 1 in the world this year. Outstanding. He was delighted to be sharing the podium with two fellow scots.
Speedo signs Duncan Scott who is delighted to have gained their support.
Its early in the season and Duncan is lying 3rd in the world for the 200 Free and 6th in the world for the 100 Free, 7th in the 200IM.
The first competition of the month was the Dave McCullagh Memorial in Bangor Northern Ireland
Day 1 200 Butterfly made the final in second fastest time and then won Gold from teammate Cameron Brodie in 1.59.53 not far off his personal best.