Duncan Scott aka Duncan William MacNaughton Scott is a Scottish swimmer and currently representing Great Britain at the Olympic Games, Duncan is all set to participate in the Tokyo Olympics and feels unaffected by the year’s delay. In an interview he was asked whether the Covid-19 pandemic has affected anything in his life, he said “There hasn’t been any single part of me that’s had one negative thought coming here,” and added No fans in the venues, flying straight home after competition – for me, that’s just what has to happen to get it to go ahead. It’s the Olympic Games – I can’t possibly have any negativity. It’s the pinnacle of our sport and I’m loving it.” Then, Scott continued “The standards I set for myself and what I want to achieve is higher than any external pressure that anyone could put on,” and said, “I’m relaxed because I thoroughly trust the processes my coach has put in place.” Later, he concluded the statement with “For 14 days prior to flying out here, I’ve pretty much been going from the pool back to my flat and that’s it, but in all honesty, I’ve been doing that through the whole of Covid anyway just to lower my risk.”
What is Duncan Scott Net Worth?
Duncan Scott Net Worth
$500k to $1 Million USD
Duncan Scott attended Strathallan school on a sports scholarship, his dad trained him to swim in a pool before joining the South Ayrshire swim club. In 2013, he won eight gold medals at the Scottish Age Group Championships in Edinburgh, and in 2014 he competed in the European Youth Summer Olympic Festival and earned gold in the 200m medley, silvers in the 400m medley, 4 × 100m mixed freestyle and bronze in the 4 × 100m freestyle. Later, in the same year at the European Junior Championships, he won a gold medal in the 200m individual medley, 4 × 100m freestyle, and bronze in the 4 × 200m freestyle. In the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Duncan took home a silver medal in the 4 × 200m freestyle relay and also won gold in the 4 × 100m freestyle in the Youth Olympics in Nanjing. In 2015, Duncan participated in the European Games in Baku where he won three gold medals in the 100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, and 4 × 100m freestyle relay and three silver medals in the 4 × 200m freestyle, 4 × 100m mixed freestyle, and 4 × 100m medley with Greenbank, Charlie Attwood, and Walton. In 2016, he won two silver in the Rio Olympics – he won 4 × 200m freestyle relay with Stephen Milne, James Guy, and Dan Wallace and another silver in the 4 × 100m medley relay with Chris Walker-Hebborn, James Guy, and Adam Peaty.
In 2017, he competed in the World Aquatics Championships and took home gold in the 4 × 200m freestyle with James Guy, Stephen Milne, and Nick Grainger and won silver in the 4 × 100m medley relay with the same line-up, and in the 2018 Commonwealth Games he won gold in the 100-meter freestyle and also won four bronze medals at the 200m butterfly, 200m freestyle, 4 × 100m freestyle relay, and 4 × 200m freestyle relay and by this achievement, he became the first Scottish athlete to win five medals at the same Commonwealth Games. In the same year, he competed in the European Championships and took home a silver in the 100-meter freestyle, won gold as part of the relay team in the 4 × 200-meter freestyle relay with Calum Jarvis, Thomas Dean, and James Guy, then he won gold in the 200-meter freestyle and won gold in the men’s 4 × 100-meter medley relay. In the 2021 European Championships, he won a silver medal in 200m freestyle, and won two gold medals in the men’s 4 x 100m medley and mixed 4 × 100-meter freestyle relays, and also won two silvers in the men’s 4 × 100-meter freestyle and 4 × 200-meter freestyle relays.
The estimated Net Worth of Duncan Scott is between $500k to $1 Million USD.
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