GBR Olympic Trials: Day 1 Full Session Videos

2016 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS/OLYMPIC TRIALS

Day one at the British Trials ended with three athletes locking in their ticket for the Rio Olympic Games. James Guy opened finals with a 3:43.84 400m free, a mark slightly off his British National Record of 3:43.75, but nonetheless a solid first event for the twenty-year old. Two-time British National Champion Adam Peaty earned his Rio qualification in the 100m breast. He already established the world’s fastest time this year in prelims (58.74), but lowered the standard to 58.41 in finals. The only woman to swim an automatic standard on day one, British National record-holder Hannah Miley, cranked out a fast back-half against Aimee Willmott in the 400 IM for a final time of 4:33.40.

Below are links to the British Swimming YouTube channel to view the both sessions including event start times and time stamps for key  championship finals.

Prelims Session Video

  • Men’s 400m free – 16:00
  • Women’s 200m free – 48:00
  • Men’s 100m breast  – 1:11.10
  • Women’s 400m individual medley – 1:27.40

Finals Session Video

  • Men’s 400m free – 32:00, 48:00 final
  • Women’s 200m free – 56:40, 1:07:30 final
  • Men’s 100m breast – 1:20:30, 1:29:00 final
  • Women’s 400m individual medley – 1:34:10, 1:50:00 final

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James Guy to win 200 in Rio and send Agnel to retirement.

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Stephen's swimming journey has taken him all across the Southeastern United States. Starting out at the Flowood, MS based Sunkist Swim Team, he made the transition to Auburn, AL where he competed the remainder of his high school years with Auburn Aquatics. His college career began at Daytona State College under the …

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