Take a deep breath now, as the month of April contains than 40 competitions on the schedule, most of which carry notable qualifying significance.
Jeanette Ottesen is competing at one of her first elite meets since returning to racing since the birth of her daughter. She won the women’s 50m fly in Edinburgh.
Adam Peaty woke up and swam the world’s 5th fastest 50m breast this year.
After winning the men’s 200m freestyle last night in a new meet record effort of 1:47.66, James Guy beat the men’s 200m fly here in Edinburgh to complete the double.
Adam Peaty proves he’s automatic, going sub-58 seconds in the 100 breaststroke yet again. James Wilby was his partner in crime, producing a near-PB to rocket up the world rankings as well.
Adam Peaty is automatic, punching yet another sub-minute 100m breast time in prelims, this time in Edinburgh.
James Guy dipped under 1:48 in the 200m freestyle, while Daniel Jervis now sits atop the men’s 1500m world rankings throne.
James Guy was the only sub-1:50 swimmer in the heats of the men’s 200m freestyle this morning in Edinburgh.