Jazz Carlin was the top performer on the first night of the Edinburgh International swim meet winning the 400 freestyle in a time of 4:06.79.
Carlin left no doubt in anyone’s mind about who mid distance freestyler in the pool was this evening. She took the first 200 out in a time of 2:01.95 nearly three seconds ahead of Hannah Miley who turned in a time of 2:04.62. She then swam the second half of the race in a time of 2:04.84 touching in a time of 4:06.79.
Carlin was off her season’s best of 4:05.55 which she posted at the Golden Tour in Marseilles and is the third fastest time done in the world this year.
Miley finished second in a time of 4:13.13 holding off a fast charging Ellie Faulkner who finished third in a time of 4:13.32.
Stephen Milne took the men’s 1500 freestyle in a time of 15:18.91 almost seven seconds ahead of Daniel Jervis who finished in a time of 15:24.15.
Corrie Scott won the women’s 50 breaststroke in a time of 32.51 followed by Molly Renshaw who posted a 32.70. Sophie Taylor recorded the fastest time of the day in the prelims finishing in a 31.23.
Tom Shields took the 50 butterfly followed by Adam Barrett.
Full results can be found here.