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Scottish Record Holder Corrie Scott Hangs Up Goggles

Scottish record holder and 2014 Commonwealth Games medalist Corrie Scott has retired from competitive swimming.

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Newstead, McEleny Inducted Into Scottish Women In Sport Hall of Fame

A pair of Scottish Paralympians were inducted into the Scottish Women in Sport Hall of Fame.

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British Swimming Opts Out Of 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Duncan Scott won a relay gold medal at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games as a foreshadow to his eventual double silvers at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. For this year’s YOG’s, however, British Swimming will not be sending a squad.

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Duncan Scott Leads Glasgow Int’l Swim Meet Line-up

Duncan Scott is just one of an array of Olympians and Commonwealth Games athletes headed to Glasgow later this month.

Wales’ First Women’s C’Wealth Relay Medal Signals Nation On the Rise

Wales took bronze in the women’s 400 medley relay at the 2018 Commonwealth Games — the first podium finish for a Welsh women’s relay in Commonwealth history.

Swim England Working to Shrink Its 11% Gender Pay Gap

Swim England’s gender pay gap is 7% lower than the national average but still needs work.

Duncan Scott Carries Scottish Flag at Commonwealth Games Closing

Nobody was able to watch Scott enter the stadium on Australian TV, however, as the walk-in occurred during a preshow.

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Duncan Scott Breaks Scottish Record for Commonwealth Games Medals

Scott’s 6 medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games are the most ever won by a Scottish swimmer in a single games.

Post-C’Wealth, Guy Says Good-bye to 400, Horton Turns Away From 1500

British swimmer James Guy and Australian Mack Horton are fine-tuning their racing line-ups headed towards the next phase of Tokyo 2020 preparations.

Jack Laugher Sweeps Men’s Springboards at 2018 Commonwealth Games

England’s Jack Laugher won both men’s individual springboard events on the first two days of diving at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Olympic Silver Medalist Dan Wallace Announces Retirement

Scottish swimmer Dan Wallace has announced his retirement from competitive swimming at 24 years old. In an interview with the BBC,…

Ireland Hires John Szaranek as Head Coach of National Training Centre

Swim Ireland has announced John Szaranek as the new head coach of the National Centre (Limerick), making another coach borrowed by…

Peaty, Scott, Miley Named To Official British Euro Team, But No Carlin

Duncan Scott made his mark on the 2018 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Scottish swimmer to win 6 medals at a Games. He heads up the British roster for the European Championships as a result.

Key Takeaways From The 2018 Commonwealth Games

After Taylor Ruck’s medal haul at Commonwealth Games, what is she capable of on the biggest stage?

C’Wealth: Final Tally Of Brits Hitting European C’ships Qual Times

Duncan Scott dipped under British Swimming’s qualifying time for the European Championships en route to his silver medal in the 200m IM.

2018 Commonwealth Games: Day 6 Finals Live Recap

Distance ace Ariarne Titmus will compete in tonight’s 400 free final.

2018 C’Wealth Games: Australians Own The Medal Table

Australia ended the 2018 Commonwealth Games in a big way, as reflected in the lop-sided medal table.

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