Gregor Tait (born April 20, 1979 in Glasgow) is a Scottish swimmer. He is the reigning Commonwealth Games 200 m backstroke (breaking the Commonwealth Games record) and 200 m individual medley champion.
In addition to his two titles, Tait also claimed two bronze medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia. He was hailed as a "national hero" upon his return by Scotland's First Minister, Jack McConnell.
|Event||Long course||Short course|
|50 m backstroke||26.05||24.52|
|100 m backstroke||54.22||51.88|
|200 m backstroke||1:56.67 NR||1:51.66 NR|
|200 m individual medley||2.00.73|
Raw talent of the Olympic hopefuls; Naked ambition: Gregor Tait, left and inset, with his medals, and cyclist Rebecca Romero, below.
Aug 04, 2008; Byline: Andrew Tolmie OLYMPIC hopeful Gregor Tait has graphically demonstrated just why swimmers are renowned for their enviable...