Duncan moves to TLA with Rob Woodhouse.

After a few weeks off swimming Duncan moved back to training full time in October.

He had a busy time on his return from Rio. The end of August he and teammate Dan Wallace turned up at the National Hockey Centre as part of the Team GB encouraging kids into sport.

He visited Redwell Primary School, Kilmaurs Primary, Larbert High and Strathallan.

The 2016 Games opened on the 5th August, and by Sunday 7th Adam Peaty had broken his world record and won gold in the 100m Breastroke. Team mate Jazz Carlin had also bagged silver.

August 9th

Duncan’s Olympics started two days later.

Buoyed by those fantastic wins he broke his own personal best, the Scottish record and British record to secure a place in the 100 Freestyle Semi - finals.

Later that session he swam final leg in the 4 x 200 freestyle relay with all his team mates from the 4 x 200 Commonwealth Games silver medal winning Scottish team of 2014. They won their heat breaking the Scottish record (4.06.31) and were fastest into the final. All knew the team would change for the evening finals bringing in James Guy.

The evening session started with Duncan racing for a place in the 100 free final. He made it. An extraordinary accomplishment making him the first British swimmer in a 100 Freestyle final since 1968.

July 2016

interview post Scottish Summer Nationals  

July 21st Stirling University Article

July 12th Pullbuoy Article

July 11th Pullbuoy Article

May 15th Herald Article

May 10th Daily Record  Article

 

Duncan Scott flew off to Beziers, France for Canet en Rousillion part 2 of the Mare Nostrum. The Mare Nostrum takes place every year in Monaco, Canet and Barcelona. Duncan would be swimming for Stirling University in Canet and then join Team GB in Barcelona for the final leg. Swimmers come from all round the world as it is such a prestigious event. This year was no different with swimmers from Canada, Brazil Japan, South Africa and a swathe from Europe.

May 16th - 22nd

Duncan finished his last exam for the year at Stirling University and set off to London to join Team GB at the European Championships in London.

Day 1

16th May - Heat

Duncan swam the last leg in the 4 x 100 freestyle relay with the fastest time of 48.78

Finals

Duncan was the second swimmer for the team taling over from Robbie Renwick and handing to Ieuan Lloyd with Ben Proud finishing. Duncan bettered his morning time to 48.31 and was again the fastest of the 4

Recent Articles

Dec 2017

A busy month competitions in Edinburgh and Copenhagen. Duncan took the 200IM title. He rested from a variety of swims knowing he had the Europeans a few days later. When you aren’t 100%, you know it. Duncan joined the 9 swimmers of the British team in Copenhagen for his first International Short Course competition. Day 2 he swam in the 200 Free. Parents were flying to watch the rest of the competition so Euan text them the result – a marvellous bronze medal. His first open competition [...]

Nov 2017

Duncan is an ambassador for Scottish water and regularly appears at swimming pools to encourage children to swim. He appeared in the Scottish parliament to speak re the learn to swim programmes. We must not forget BUCs ( British Universities Short Course Competition) in Sheffield.

Oct 2017

Announcement by British Swimming of those athletes to gain lottery funding for 2017/18. Duncan has again been fortunate to secure lottery funding. Duncan spent some of October in Flagstaff before returning to the UK. Team GB for European Short Course announced.

Sep 2017

Award season The night of the 21/9/17 Duncan was through in Edinburgh to the EICC for the Team Scotland awards. We were delighted that sister Alexandria accompanied him.He was up against tough completion with Andy Murray, Calum Hawkins and Josh Taylor but the swimmer won the Male athlete of the year. What an accolade and to have the prize presented by Katherine Grainger.  In between the awards Stirling University celebrated its 50th Anniversary. The local MSP then mentioned Duncan in the [...]

Aug 2017

A couple of weeks rest before heading back to University of Stirling. The family managed one night away together.

Jul 2017

Worlds Budapest Duncan swam at the British Championships in Sheffield in April and secured a place in the British team by swimming a new British record in the 100 Freestyle. His time had him ranked fastest in the world in 2017. (47.90) Duncan had a busy week starting on Monday 24th with the 200 Freestyle heats and semis in the evening. His time in the semis had him ranked 1st for the final on the Tuesday with a PB of 1.45.16 25th was finals night. He swam a 1.45.27 and finished fourth in the [...]

Jun 2017

Scottish Student Sport Awards Another nomination another award, as Duncan was unable to attend his sister, Alexandria,  president of the University of Dundee Sports Union, picked up his award. Scottish Student Sport Article

Apr 2017

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 [...]

Speedo Signs Duncan Scott

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.

Mar 2017

2017 Arena pro- swim series at Indianapolis 2 - 4th March Quick link for results  Edinburgh International 10 - 12th March Quick link live streaming

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