Adam Peaty was one of 5 British swimmers who earned automatic qualifying times at the British Championships.
Duncan Scott collected 5 medals at the 2017 British Championships while also earning 1 British national record and 1 Scottish national record.
2017 BRITISH SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, April 18th – Sunday, April 23rd Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield LCM Qualifying Times Analysis (for…
Watch Ben Proud follow-up his 50m freestyle national record from last night with another scorcher in the 50m butterfly. His post-race interview is also included within the post.
Although the official 2017 World Championships roster for Britain has yet to be released, it appears that all of the ‘consideration qualifiers’ should be safely added to the line-up.
One of the prime events of these British Championships, the men’s 200m freestyle, will see reigning world champion James Guy defend his title against Duncan Scott, Mark Szaranek and Max Litchfield, among several other contenders.
End your week with high-action racing in the form of James Guy and Duncan Scott in the men’s 200m freestyle at the 2017 British Championships.
2016 Olympic silver medalist Siobhan-Marie O’Connor raced her way to 2 finals on tonight’s final session of the 2017 British Swimming Championships.
Watch the race video, then hear from the 200m breaststroke British champion, Ross Murdoch.
With 2 national titles already under his belt at these championships, James Guy will try to secure the men’s 100m butterfly gold medal tonight in Sheffield.
Ross Murdoch clocked another British consideration time standard tonight in Sheffield en route to 200m breaststroke gold.
Korean freestyle specialist Park Tae Hwan is set to compete at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Atlanta next month, using the competition as his World Championships qualifying meet.
James Guy will try for his 3rd national title of 2017, tackling the men’s 100m butterfly on day 4 in Sheffield.
Watch how Max Litchfield raced his way to a new British national record in the men’s 400m IM.
On night 2 of the 2017 British Swimming Championships, Jocelyn Ulyett clocked a new British national record in the women’s 200m breaststroke – 2:22.08.