Welcome to Jak Scott’s profile page
Date Of Birth: 23rd May 1991
Team/Club: Stirling Swim / Stirling ITC
Coach: Rob Greenwood
|Long Course 50m Freestyle||23.57||2011|
|Long Course 100m Freestyle||49.87||2012|
|Long Course 200m Freestyle||1:48.21||2012|
|Short Course 50m Freestyle||22.89||2009|
|Short Course 100m Freestyle||49.48||2009|
|Short Course 200m Freestyle||1:47.84||2009|
|World Championships||4x200m Freestyle||2013||7:12.00||8th|
|4x200m Freestyle Relay||2011||7:10.84||6th|
|Commonwealth Games||50m Freestyle||2010||23.96||19th|
|4x100m Freestyle Relay||3:20.77||5th|
|4x200m Freestyle Relay||7:14.02||SILVER|
|European Short Course Championships||100m Freestyle||2011||50.15||56th|
|4x50m Freestyle Relay||1:28.28||7th|
|European Junior Championships||100m Freestyle||2009||51.26||14th|
|4x100m Freestyle Relay||3:25.10||5th|
|4x200m Freestyle Relay||7:26.83||6th|
|British Championships||100m Freestyle||2013||50.28||6th|
|ASA Championships||100m Freestyle||2012||49.87||BRONZE|
In The Pool
Greatest achievement to date: Winning 4x200m Freestyle relay silver for Scotland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Aspirations: To make the Olympic 2012 team and perform well in London.
Who has been greatest influence on you: My dad.
Swimming goals: To win a gold medal in front of Scottish crowd at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014.
When did you begin swimming: When I was eight because my older brother swam.
Out of the Pool
Ultimate relaxation: Getting the boys round for some PS3.
Tip for the top: When things get tough just think “what's the worst that could happen?”.
Life after swimming: Not thought about it. Living the dream just now!
How would you like to be remembered: As a hard worker that never gave up!
Films: Anything funny!
Band/Music: Anything that isn't too heavy.
Food: Steak, meat in general.
Hobbies: Guitar, cooking, golf.
Last book read: Probably Mr Men when I was six!