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James E interviews Joy McNaughten
|Duration||33 Minutes 33 Seconds|
|Author||IndyLive Radio: Scottish music, politics, culture|
|Description||Duncan Scott is the ONLY British Olympian to win 4 medals in a single games and he is still only 24. He is also an ambassador for the Scottish Swimming Learn to Swim programme - an essential life skill for Scottish children in a country with 90% of the UK's fresh water supply. James E chats to Joy McNaughten, mother of Olympic Champion swimmer Duncan Scott about the making of a champion, the cost and the frustrations of the lack of media coverage for a sport in which Scotland excels. Scots are 8% of the Uk population yet make up 14% of the British Olympic Team, 21% of the Olympic swimming team and achieved 25% of the medals. Yet the sport barely gets any coverage in mainstream media.|