2015 Great Britain World Championships Team: The Complete Twitter List

The 2015 World Championships are just two short weeks away, showcasing the best that the world has to offer in the pool. There will be big comebacks from former stars, a chance for low-key talents to make a name for themselves, world records (which we cannot guarantee, of course!), and much more. And one of the best ways to get your inside scoop on the rollercoaster that is the World Championships is through the Twitter feeds of the swimmers themselves.

Want to follow all of these swimmers at once, at the click of a button, without having to go through each and every swimmer and following individually? We’ve made a Twitter list that you can subscribe to here, giving you access to all of the British World Champs swimmers in one feed.

Here’s the 2015 Great Britain Worlds roster, complete with each athlete’s Twitter handle:



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James Guy killing it with the handle

Openwater 101

Just pool swimmers then ???


Are you asking me?

open water 101

No sorry was meant to be a comment !


Hey the open water swimmers are in there now!


The British swimming media guide has the programme for each swimmer:


Some Interesting points there too..

Peaty going in all three distances. Halsall dropping the 100. Carlin not doing the 1500.


Seems sensible on both counts (particularly Carlin) – the big surprise for me is Jarvis over Renwick swimming the 200m: Renwick had auto selection so must have turned it down for some reason.

Slightly disappointed that some of the relay swimmers haven’t been given a go in individual events, particularly Jess Thielmann.


It is certainly an interesting decision, if correct. Form is unlikely the reason as he looked decent in Canet. Last chance at a World medal and feels the relay is the better chance? It’d be interesting to find out.

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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