Hattersley Wins Second Gold at the Scottish Championships

2015 SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS

The third evening of the Scottish National Championships in Glasgow began with Roberto Pavoni winning the men’s 200 IM in a time of 2:01.84.

Pavoni currently ranks fifth in the world having recorded a 1:57.79 at the British Championships. He was followed by Lewis Coleman finished in a time of 2:02.89. Faser Minnican finished third in a time of 2:05.93.

Camilla Hattersley took her second event of the competition, winning the women’s 400 freestyle in a time of 4:14.10. Hattersley took the 800 freestyle on Friday evening.

14 year old Antoinette Neamt of Ireland collected the silver in a time of 4:16.68 beating her own lifetime best time of 4:17.02. Abbie Housten took home the bronze in a time of 4:20.32.

Mark Tully took the men’s 100 breaststroke in a time of 1:01.64 collecting both the win and the Scottish National Championship. Michael Jamieson, who the 200 breaststroke on Friday evening, earned the silver in a time of 1:01.88 followed by Richard Spoor who touched in a time of 1:02.40.

Although he did not compete in the final Adam Peaty had the quickest time of the day posting a 1:00.42.

Commonwealth Games 50 backstroke gold medalist Georgia Davies won the women’s 100 backstroke in a time of 1:01.06. Charlotte Evans finished second in a time of 1:02.89 followed by Scottish champion Kirsty Simpson who touched in a time of 1:03.08.

Molly Renshaw won the women’s 200 breaststroke in a time of 2:28.01. She was followed by Olivia White who finished in a time of 2:30.17. Corrie Scott collected the Scottish Championship in a time of 2:30.98.

Craig McNally took the gold and the Scottish Championship in a time of 2:01.71. McNally got his hand on the wall just ahead of Jonathan Carlilse for the gold. At the halfway mark Carlilse was almost a full second ahead of McNally, but lost ground in the final 100 meters finishing in a time of 2:01.85.

Callum Barrett collected the bronze in a time of 2:03.91.

Andrew Weatheritt won the men’s 50 freestyle in a time of 22.80 followed by Jack Thorpe who hit the wall in a time of 22.92. Orion Young won the Scottish Championship and collected the bronze in a time of 23.20.

Emma Wilkins took the women’s 50 butterfly in hitting the wall in a time of 27.33. Raquel Matos of Scotland won the silver in a time of 27.60 followed by Tain Bruce who finished in a time of 27.75.

 

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