Duncan Scott battling for YET to win another Olympic medal in Tokyo after reaching the 200m individual medley final… with Abbie Wood and Molly Renshaw representing Team GB in the 200m breaststroke final
Duncan Scott was able to expand his Olympic medal collection on Friday after qualifying for the final of the men’s 200-meter medley.
The 24-year-old – who won silver in the 200m freestyle before helping Team GB win the 4x200m freestyle relay – qualified second fastest in the semi-final.
Scott broke the British record at the Olympic trials in April and is the current world No. 2 in the event.
Duncan Scott was able to expand his Olympic medal collection on Friday after qualifying for the men’s 200-meter medley final
Abbie Wood reached a second Tokyo Games final after qualifying for the women’s 200m breaststroke final
And in his last swim he recorded a time of 1:56.69 and finished above the Japanese Daiya Seto and Jeremy Desplanches from Switzerland.
Team GB’s medal contenders in Friday’s pool also include Abbie Wood and Molly Renshaw after making it to the women’s 200m breaststroke final.
Wood – who finished 11-hundredths of a second on a bronze medal in the 200-meter individual medley earlier this week – made her second Olympic final in her first Games, with a time of 2:22.35.
Renshaw will also compete for a medal on Friday, with a time of 2:22.70, just behind her Team GB teammate.
She will be joined by Team GB teammate Molly Renshaw in the final on Friday in Tokyo