Adam Peaty leads Great Britain at the top of the rankings in the 400 Medley Relay. USA and Russia are close behind in the chase for the gold.
Informally known since December’s release of British Swimming’s revised selection policy, the first 4 members of the Olympic squad have been made official.
England’s Manchester Aquatic Center, home to City of Manchester Swimming Club and Great Britain’s Para Centre squad, is in need of comprehensive repairs.
Caeleb Dressel leads the Americans to the top ranking in the 400 Free Relay. Close behind are the Russians, who will be challenging for the gold.
85 English swimmers have been named to the first-ever England Swimming Team, giving a glimpse into the type of talent that may represent the nation in 2022.
The US women of Regan Smith, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, and Simone Manuel lead the pack in the 400 Medley Relay with a WR time of 3:50.40
Valentine Dumont, who set who Belgian records in 2020, has helped Belgium move into a wildcard spot in the Women’s 800 Free Relay
Charlotte Bonnet and the French women now have the fifth fastest 400 Free Relay time as they look ahead to Tokyo while other countries fight to qualify.
Swim England CEO Jane Nickerson posted an official response regarding new restrictions, pleading for leisure centres to be exempt from closures.
The UK is entering a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus, with closures leaving many swimmers out of the pool for even longer.
Elite English swimmers such as Adam Peaty will be joining other likely Commonwealth Games athletes on Swim England’s enlarged national team for 2022.
Despite the cancellation of the Super Final, the inaugural Swim Wales Super Series gave swimmers a chance to compete virtually.
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