Puffing out his cheeks several times as he dissected what had transpired in the pool behind him minutes earlier, Duncan Scott was struggling to find the words.
The 20-year-old had just produced the shock of the swimming programme at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games by winning the 100m freestyle final. He clocked 48.02sec and finished ahead of two of the Games' biggest stars, Chad le Clos and Kyle Chalmers, who dead-heated for second on 48.15.
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