C’Wealth: Final Tally Of Brits Hitting European C’ships Qual Times


As exciting as the 2018 Commonwealth Games were in their own right, the competition served as a selection meet of sorts for British Swimming’s European Championships squad. Per the qualification criteria, the first and second highest placed British swimmer in each individual Olympic event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games will be selected for the Euro C’ships, provided the athlete meets the minimum qualification times.

You can view the table of qualification times below, while reading the official Selection Criteria in its entirety here.

The 2018 European Championships are being hosted by Glasgow, Scotland and slated for August 12th – August 20th.

As such, throughout the Commonwealth Games we maintained a European Championships British team tracker, just to keep a running list of those highest placed Brits having clocked QTs in Australia this week. Here’s how the squad shapes up thus far, knowing swimmers may opt out of swimming the event and/or additional swimmers may be added at coaches’ discretion.

Qualifiers from Day 6

Women’s 400m free qualifiers – Holly Hibbott (4:05.31), Eleanor Faulkner (4:07.35)

Men’s 50m free qualifiers – Ben Proud (21.35), David Cumberlidge (22.00), Thomas Fannon (22.25)

Women’s 50m back qualifiers – Georgia Davies (27.90), Cassie Wild (28.18), Kathleen Dawson (28.37)

Men’s 200m IM qualifiers – Duncan Scott (1:57.86), Mark Szaranek (1:59.24), Dan Wallace (1:59.85)

Men’s 1500m free qualifiers – Daniel Jervis (14:48.67)

Qualifiers from Day 5

Men’s 100m fly qualifiers – James Guy (51.31)

Men’s 200m back qualifiers – Luke Greenbank (1:57.43), Craig McNally (1:57.43)

Men’s 50m breast qualifiers – Adam Peaty (27.51), James Wilby (27.37)

Women’s 100m breast qualifiers – None

Women’s 100m free qualifiers – None

Women’s 200m fly qualifiers – Alys Thomas (2:05.45), Charlotte Atkinson (2:08.50)

Women’s 800m free qualifiers – Holly Hibbott (8:29.05), Jazz Carlin (8:37.45)

Qualifiers from Day 4

Women’s 200m back qualifiers – None

Men’s 100m free qualifiers – Duncan Scott (48.02)

Women’s 200m IM qualifiers – Siobhan-Marie O’Connor (2:09.80), Aimee Willmott(2:12.07), Hannah Miley (2:13.29)

Men’s 50m back qualifiers – None.

Women’s 50m fly qualifiers – None

Qualifiers from Day 3

Men’s 200m fly qualifiers – Duncan Scott (1:57.28)

Women’s 50m free qualifiers – None

Men’s 100m breast qualifiers – Adam Peaty (58.84), James Wilby (59.43), Ross Murdoch (59.89)

Women’s 100m back qualifiers – Georgia Davies (1:00.17)

Women’s 200m breast qualifiers – Molly Renshaw (2:23.28), Chloe Tutton (2:23.42)

Qualifiers from Day 2

Men’s 50m fly qualifiers – None (*Ben Proud DQ’d)

Women’s 50m breast qualifiers – Sarah Vasey (30.60)

Men’s 200m free qualifiers – Duncan Scott (1:46.30), James Guy (1:46.40), Calum Jarvis (1:46.53)

Men’s 400m IM qualifiers – Mark Szaranek (4:13.72)

Women’s 100m fly qualifiers – Charlotte Atkinson (57.88), Alys Thomas (58.06)

Men’s 100m back qualifiers – None

Qualifiers from Day 1

Women’s 400m IM qualifiers – Aimee Willmott (4:34.90), Hannah Miley (4:35.16)

Men’s 400m free qualifiers – James Guy (3:45.32), Daniel Jervis (3:48.08)

Women’s 200m free qualifiers – Eleanor Faulkner (1:57.72), Holly Hibbott (1:58.55)

Men’s 200m breast qualifiers – James Wilby (2:08.05), Ross Murdoch (2:08.32)

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5 years ago

That article says 2 swimmers per event but the list shows 3 per event?

Reply to  JimSwim
5 years ago

I think the list is meant to represent all qualifying times regardless of whether they actually will be selected. The third qualifier may not swim the event depending on whether the top two decide to keep it on their schedules.

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