2015 British Swimming Championships

All Interviews With Winners From 2015 British Swimming Championships

The British Swimming Championships ended yesterday capping off a superb meet which once again showed that British swimming is quickly on the rise to being the most dominant European nation.

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2015 British Swimming Championships: O’Connor On Course For Second Title After Day 3 Prelims

In a notably relaxed heat swim, Siobhan Marie O’Connor returned to the pool this morning for the Women’s 200m Individual…

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Chris Walker-Hebborn blasts 52.8 in 100 back to open British Nationals

The prelims were all about Great Britain’s loaded 200 breaststroking corps, but backstroker Chris Walker-Hebborn stole the show in the final with the world’s best 100 back time.

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Ross Murdoch hits world’s 2nd-fastest 200 breast time to lead loaded British heats

The first session of the British Swimming Championships saw arguably the nation’s deepest and toughest event, the 200 breaststroke, contest its preliminary heats.

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Previews & Recaps

Ross Murdoch hits world’s 2nd-fastest 200 breast time to lead loaded British heats

The first session of the British Swimming Championships saw arguably the nation’s deepest and toughest event, the 200 breaststroke, contest its preliminary heats.

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All Interviews With Winners From 2015 British Swimming Championships

The British Swimming Championships ended yesterday capping off a superb meet which once again showed that British swimming is quickly on the rise to being the most dominant European nation.

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2015 British Swimming Championships: O’Connor On Course For Second Title After Day 3 Prelims

In a notably relaxed heat swim, Siobhan Marie O’Connor returned to the pool this morning for the Women’s 200m Individual…

Chris Walker-Hebborn blasts 52.8 in 100 back to open British Nationals

The prelims were all about Great Britain’s loaded 200 breaststroking corps, but backstroker Chris Walker-Hebborn stole the show in the final with the world’s best 100 back time.

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