On the final night of the British Gas International Ruta Meilutyte, Jazz Carlin and Joe Roebuck all posted times that took top spot in the world rankings.
Meilutyte went a 30.57 in the 50 breaststroke, Carlin went a 4:07.14 in the 400 freestyle and Roebuck went a 2:00.04 in the 200 IM.
Women’s 400 freestyle
Hannah Miley took control of the lead at the half way point turning at the 200 wall in a time of 2:02.66. She was followed by Aimee Willmott who split 2:04.07 and Jazz Carlin who split 2:04.36.
By the 300 mark Carlin had made up most of the ground between herself and Miley entering the last 100 meters trailing by only 33 one-hundredths of a second.
In the last 100 Carlin split a 1:01.13 compared to Miley’s 1:03.52 overtaking the lead and winning the event in a time of 4:07.14.
Miley was second finishing in a time of 4:09.30 with Willmott finishing third posting a time of 4:10.54.
Men’s 200 IM
Joe Roebuck and Roberto Pavoni battled it out for the 200 IM crown. Roebuck held the lead from start to finish but only by 32 one-hundredths of a second heading into the freestyle.
Roebuck extended his lead slightly to win the event in a time of 2:00.04. Pavoni finished second in a time of 2:00.98 followed by Adam Harrington who posted a time of 2:02.51.
Women’s 50 breaststroke
100 breaststroke Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte won the 50 breaststroke easily in a time of 30.57. Moniek Nijhuis finished second in a time of 31.33 followed by Kathryn Johnstone who finished third in a time of 31.94.
Men’s 100 freestyle
Anthony Ervin followed up his win in the 50 freestyle on Friday by taking the 100 freestyle on Sunday in a time of 49.27. Ervin was challenged in the second 50 by Sebastiaan Verschuren, who swam the distance just over half a second faster, but finished second in a time of 49.47.
Grant Turner finished third in a time of 50.33.
Women’s 100 butterfly
Jeanette Ottesen Gray led this race from start to finish. At the first 50 split she turned in a time of 26.96 and won the event in a time of 58.99.
The race for second was an exciting one with Siobhan-Marie O’Connor leading Alys Thomas by just over a half second at the 50. Thomas kept gaining ground in the second 50 and overtook O’Connor at the very last one hundredth of a second to finish second in a time of 59.62.
O’Connor finished third in a time of 59.63.
Men’s 50 backstroke
Bastiaan Lijesen took the event in a time of 25.32 he was followed by Liam Tancock who finished in a time of 25.50.
Marco Loughran finished third in a time of 25.87.
Women’s 200 backstroke
Olympic finalist Elizabeth Simmonds led the race from start to finish, extending her lead through each 50 winning in a time of 2:10.25.
Lauren Quigley finished second in a time of 2:11.20 followed by Sharon Van Rouwendaal who finished third posting a time of 2:12.36.
Men’s 800 freestyle
In an event that was swum in the preliminary session, the men’s 800 freestyle, 18 year old James Guy won the event in a time of 8:04.38 only a second ahead of Daniel Fogg who finished second in a time of 8:05.38.
Thomas Sunter finished third in a time of 8:08.51.