Roll Out The Tartan Carpet: Duncan Scott’s Historic Gold; Snap Silver Le Clos/Chalmers

Roll out the tartan carpet. Scot Duncan Scott just claimed the first Scottish gold in history over 100m freestyle.  Fifth at Rio 2016, Scott’s potential has been there for a while. Today, it came good in a nervy final won by Scott in 48.02, his victory blocking what would have been the first South African triumph in history, Chad Le Clos on 48.15, for a snap with Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers

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Roll out the tartan carpet. Scot Duncan Scott just claimed the first Scottish gold in history over 100m freestyle.  Fifth at Rio 2016, Scott’s potential has been there for a while. Today, it came good in a nervy final won by Scott in 48.02, his victory blocking what would have been the first South African triumph in history, Chad Le Clos on 48.15, for a snap with Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers

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