Five events were swum in the prelims on Saturday morning, including a top-seed in the 50 breaststroke from American Kevin Cordes, who is based out of Singapore.
Jennifer King, who swims with East Kilbride Swimming Club in Glasgow, Scotland, has made a verbal commitment to the University of Missouri for the 2016-17 season.
James Guy’s signature freestyle events will be held on the first (400m free) and last day (200m free) of the 2016 British Olympic Trials.
To what does Adam Peaty attribute the rise of British breaststroking?
Cameron van der Burgh and Masato Sakai will battle for World Cup points in Singapore…
Adam Peaty is Melanie Marshall’s most recently successful athletes, helping her earn the BSCA Coach of the Year Award.
Once again the Campbell sisters of Australia will go head to head in the women’s 100 freestyle…
“My head is free.” says Franziska Hentke, Germany’s top 200 m butterfly swimmer, in an interview with the publication “Volksstimme.de, Magdeburg, Germany.”
Get in the know on possible UK funding cuts, potential accommodation problems in Rio for 2016 and more in this edition of In Briefs.
A group of 44 athletes has been selected to join the British Para-Swimming Podium and Podium Potential Programme as the sport enters the final stretch for Rio.
Michael Jamieson says good-bye to the University of Bath and sets his Rio sights on Edinburgh.
Current “Winning Student” scholarship recipient, Ross Murdoch, says the funding is invaluable as an athlete.
The Scottish National Team Championships will be held over two sessions. Participating teams will comprise of 10 Junior Teams and two Invitational “Open” Teams.
The 4th Barbados Open Water Festival kicks off November 7th with the 1.5 km race and “Just for Fun swim”, followed by the 5km race and beach party on November 8th.