Tain Bruce lowered her own Scottish NR in the women’s SCM 100 fly tonight.
Ross Murdoch keeps the records coming at the 2018 Scottish National Championships.
Alan Corby nailed a new Irish National Record in the men’s 100 IM tonight in Lisburn.
Another day, another Irish National Record for 18-year-old Mona McSharry.
Duncan Scott was just one of several Scottish National Record breakers racing at the SC Championships in Edinburgh.
Take a look at the high-level listing of international meets on the docket for January 2019.
Ross Murdoch lowered his own national record in the 50 breaststroke during prelims of the 2018 Scottish Short Course Nationals.
Look for potential duels between Katinka Hosszu and Kelsi Dahlia in the longer fly races, while Ranomi Kromowidjojo looks to monopolize the 50m fly sprint.
British Swimming has revealed revisions to the 2019 British Swimming Championships qualification times, adding a new set of time cuts specifically for the emerging athletes making the transition between junior and senior swimming.
On the state of swimming worldwide, Olympic champion Adam Peaty stated this week, “We need to have professional teams, salaries, pensions and by doing that and offering money, more kids will come into it thinking ‘I can make a career out of this’ which will only make the sport grow.”
World Record holder Chad Le Clos will be up against stacked fields in all 3 men’s fly events in Hangzhou.
The most decorated Scottish athlete ever at a Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, is expected to race this weekend in Edinburgh, entered in a hefty line-up of events.
Dutch racer Ranomi Kromowidjojo has been red-hot over the World Cup, giving her ‘favorite’ status in at least one of the sprint freestyle events in Hangzhou.
While the 5-strong members of the Irish roster for the 2018 Short Course World Championships are putting their final touches on their preparation for Hangzhou, several other budding stars from Ireland are taking on the National Short Course Championships this week in Lisburn.
Daniel Jervis, Matt Richards, Lewis Fraser and Harriet Jones all made their marks on the last night of the 2018 Swim Wales Winter Championships.