Duncan returned from Amiens and has been in training at Stirling since. He has been joined by swimmers from Shanghai coached by Chris Martin. He shortly heads to Bangor Northern Ireland and a week later heads to Edinburgh for the Edinburgh International at the Commonwealth Pool.
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Duncan Scott travelled to Amiens for the three day Golden Tour. The team left Edinburgh and somehow took 13 hours to get there!!
Day 1 400IM Great start for the long course season with a sound time of 4.28.46.
Day 2 200 Free and a 200 Breaststoke Duncan made the 200Free along with his training partner Robbie Renwick Robbie swan to victory with Duncan taking Bronze in 1.48.85.
Day 3 200 IM 400 Free and 100Free Tough day. Duncan made the A final in both the 200IM and 100Free. His times on Sunday night will have him ranked GB no2 for 2016 long course in both events.
Duncan returned to Edinburgh for the premier short course event, having missed it in 2014, due to an invitational camp in Japan. He had a fab meet breaking 2 Scottish Open records and 7 Age group short course records.
Friday he progressed well to the finals where he broke 2 age group records. The 400 Freestyle record was held by his Stirling University team mate since 2007. Duncan pushed winner Stephen Milne to a new Scottish record and took silver with a new age group record. Out of the pool for a few minutes before getting back in the pool for the 200 Back, he knocked 3 seconds off the record and secured the silver.
November 13 - 15th 2015
Duncan headed to Sheffield for the British Universities and Colleges Competition at Ponds Forge.
Friday night was a test of fitness with a 1500. Duncan finished 4th.
Duncan flew out to Doha in mid-October to train at altitude with a variety of Stirling University teammates. They were joined by members of the British team including Jimmy Guy and Cameron Kurle.