DUNCAN SCOTT is looking to add further silverware to his collection at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

The 25-year-old from Alloa admitted he's lying-in wait for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, ready to pounce when it matters most.
Scott won one gold and three silvers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, establishing himself at Team GB's most decorated athlete at a single Games and will be back in the pool for his third Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this summer.
Known for his versatility, the nine-time Commonwealth medallist will be using 2022 as a backdrop to Paris as he continues his hunt for that individual Olympic gold.
He said: "I think for me it's quite exciting, I'll quite happily sit here and be patient over the next two years, I don't need to rush and prove anything straight away.
"I'll happily sit in the shadows and do what I need to do before Paris.
"I'm looking to better what I did in Tokyo, but I think there's definitely some skill elements I can improve on, these are the finer margins at international level that make such a big difference.
"Whether that's my underwater work, I think I've just started utilising that and on top of that the fly leg as well, getting a bit quicker especially on that 200 IM. I've taken a lot of learnings from that year."

Scott seems to make history every time he steps onto the block, and Birmingham will be his chance to overtake shooter Alister Allan as the most decorated Team Scotland athlete of all time.
Entered for nine events in total, the swimmer is doubtful he will compete in them all and is eager to make his mark for Team Scotland.
He said: "It's about making sure that I'm still putting together good races at international level so I can learn, it's all focused on how well I perform in Paris, so what can I learn from the events I'm doing in Birmingham.
"On top of that, at international level now, I won't enter an event unless I think I can win a medal, so I'll be going in no matter what and wanting to medal in all the events that I do.
"Outside, just going there and being grateful to be part of Team Scotland, it's always really good fun and I think it will be kind of a packed programme, but it is what it is.
"There might be less relays but I'm not sure and I'm still definitely really hungry in all my individuals."
In Tokyo, Scott won silver behind Team England's Tom Dean in the 200m Freestyle before anchoring Team GB's 4x200m Freestyle relay to an iconic victory.
But the Commonwealth Games will see the four Olympic Champions split up across Scotland, England, and Wales.
He said: "The 200 free within Britain the entire time I've been a part has been quite competitive just simply because it's so competitive just to make our team. There are so many places that are being fought for.
"I think it's going to be interesting; it's always going to be good fun when we're split up, especially having Matt [Richards] as well so, having three different nations.
"So, if it's Deano that I'm racing, we always manage to get the best out of each other, so we just need to wait and see what happens."

Scott continued: “Right now, I'm feeling really confident within myself, and I wouldn't be here if I couldn't do that.
"I just think two years out from Paris, Commonwealth Games will do me just fine this year and I will get some mental rest just staying away from competition and I will be more than ready to go again next year."

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