Duncan Scott Claims 100 Free Title at Commonwealth Games

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Scott Duncan. Photo Courtesy: SIPA USA

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Scotland’s Duncan Scott surged to the championship in the men’s 100 free at the Commonwealth Games. Duncan won the race in 48.02, holding off a charging Chad le Clos from South Africa, who finished second in 48.15, tied with Australia’s Kyle Chalmers (48.15).

Australia’s Cameron McEvoy (48.44) was fourth, followed by Trinidad & Tobago’s Dylan Carter (48.60), Australia’s Jack Cartwright (48.62), Canada’s Yuri Kisil (48.80) and New Zealand’s Daniel Hunter (49.30).

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Nigel
4 years ago

His name is actually Duncan Scott