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Still poolside after all these years.

I'm most comfortable on the poolside these days, I can't say I enjoy actually swimming anymore.

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Cycling - The new passion

Nothing beats cycling with mates for worthy causes.

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Yes! How good it that!!

Australia's 100th medal in Olympic swimming competition and it's a 'Goldy'.

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Inspirational youngsters

It's humbling to meet brave Aussies facing real health challenges with such courage.

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Comm Games Baton run over 'The Coathanger'

Awesome honour to run the 2006 Comm Games Baton over Sydney Harbour Bridge on it's way to Melbourne.

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What a moment!

It's every swimmers' dream is to stand on top of the Olympic dias.  The view makes all the hard work…

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Watery Existence

Life in the deep end

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About Duncan Armstrong

Olympian, television presenter, public speaker, charity worker - Duncan Armstrong is all these things and much more.

Duncan approaches everything in life with the same zestful attitude that helped him win Olympic Gold for Australia.  This approach has also motivated and inspired thousands of people to achieve their highest corporate and personal goals.

Duncan became a household name at 20 years of age with his upset win in the 200 freestyle at the Seoul Olympics in 1988.  It was Australia's 100th Olympic swimming medal.

Since retiring from international swimming Duncan has enjoyed careers in television and radio, motivational speaking, endorsements and corporate partnerships.  

Duncan has also won a host of honours including Young Australian of the Year, a Centenary Medal and an Order of Australia Medal.

 

Media

Media

It's always smart to go out on top, and in 1993 Duncan retired from the pool at the top of his game in to a new career in the media...

Partnership

Partnership

Duncan has been invited to represent several companies as an Ambassador - a role he takes very seriously, because any corporation he represents has to reflect his principles of fair play and decency. One of these great companies is CardioTech – Australia’s industry leading treadmill company...

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1989 Order of Australia Medal Young Australian of the Year
1988 World Record Holder 200m Men's Freestyle
1988 Gold Medal-200m Men's Freestyle Olympic Games-Seoul, Korea
1988 Siver Medal-400m Men's Freestyle Olympic Games-Seoul, Korea
1986 Gold Medal-200m Men's Freestyle Commonwealth Games - Edinburgh, Scotland
1986 Gold Medal-400m Men's Freestyle Commonwealth Games -Edinburgh, Scotland