Swimming star Scott Tuck Tucker stands poised to make Olympic history at the 2004 games in Athens, Greece. He won gold and silver medals as a member of the 400 meter freestyle relay team at the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia and Sydney, Australia. Tuck is currently ranked seventh in the world in the 100 meter freestyle.

Swimming at the Olympic level for the past eight years, Tuck started his career with a series of gold medal and record-breaking performances at major U.S. junior meets while still in college. He earned 18 All-American honors during his collegiate career, and led Auburn University to its first NCAA National Championship. He graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Management Information Systems.

Tuck was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved to Florida when he was three years old. He started swimming at the age of 6. By 10th grade, he knew he wanted to be an Olympic swimmer. When not swimming, Tuck relaxes by watching his favorite TV shows (Frasier, Friends, and NYPD Blue), listening to music by the Dave Matthews Band and U2, and playing with his two cats, Turtle and Snoop. A leader out of the pool as well as in, Tuck enjoys reaching out to kids as a spokesperson for the American Lung Association of Los Angeles County, sharing his concerns about clean air and the environment. Tuck currently lives and trains in Irvine, California.