British Swimming’s chief Michael Scott quits after London 2012 flop


Michael Scott has resigned as British Swimming national performance director following a review into Team GB’s performance at the London 2012 Olympics. Great Britain fell two medals short of their target of five podium places, initially Australia-based Scott had stated he would not resign from his post, but, after the five-man review panel recommended he should reside in Great Britain, he has opted to stand aside, leaving on November 30. Read for instance ESPN Star


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