2019 SCOTTISH NATIONAL OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Thursday, June 27th – Sunday, June 30th
- Aberdeen Centre, Aberdeen Sports Village
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Edinburgh University took home the overall team title at the 2019 Scottish National Open Championships that just concluded tonight in Aberdeen. Amassing a total of 1416.50 points, Edinburgh handily beat out the runner-up City of Glasgow, as well as 3rd place finisher the University of Stirling, with the squads collecting point totals of 1160.50 and 980.50, respectively.
|City of Glasgow Swim Team||1160.50|
|University of Stirling||980.50|
|University of Aberdeen Performance Swim||823|
|Warrender Baths Club||605.50|
On the final night of competition, Manchester’s Sam Horrocks beat the field in the men’s 100m fly, hitting the wall in 53.71 to take the gold. He holds a personal best of 52.94 from the 2017 Swim England Winter Championships, but his time tonight is his first sub-54 of the year.
Edinburgh’s Lucy Hope got the job done in the women’s 100m free, firing off a winning effort of 55.88 to notch the only sub-56 second time of the final. That outing was within .44 of the 55.44 she put up at this year’s British Championships.
Stirling’s Keanna MacInnes took the women’s 200m fly in 2:12.12, just .18 ahead of veteran Hannah Miley, while Perth City swimmer Stephen Milne got his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m free in 1:50.01.
Kara Hanlon completed her trifecta of breaststroke victories for Edinburgh, winning the 50m tonight in 32.01, although she was 31.89 in the AM. 16-year-old Warrender swimmer Katie Goodburn clocked 32.42 time for silver.