Max Litchfield is back! Clearing the British qualifying standard in the men’s 400m IM to make the 2019 World Championships team.
47.87 for Duncan Scott in tonight’s 100m freestyle saw him successfully defend his title, lower his own British National Record and check-in as the world’s 3rd fastest swimmer this season.
No timing errors in this one: the Brits have perhaps the world’s best young sprint duo.
Daniel Jervis successfully defended his 2018 British title in the 1500 free, frightening the 15-year-old national record.
Duncan Scott already took 200m fly silver here in Glasgow, but it’s now time for his 100m free.
With no scratches to report, Daniel Jervies, Alys Thomas, and Duncan Scott will aim to defend their 2018 British titles.
Finishing 9th in the heats and just out of the A-final of the men’s 100m freestyle for tonight was 16-year-old Matthew Richards, but he captured a couple of milestones nonetheless.
22-year-old Anna Hopkin fired off a new personal best in the women’s 50m freestyle during the heats of the 2019 British Championships this morning in Glasgow.
“There’s no question, the world title is mine,” said the almost-undefeated Adam Peaty at this week’s British Swimming Championships where he put up the fastest 50m and 100m breaststroke times in the world this season.
Defending British champ Thomas Dean has scratched out of men’s 400 IM prelims heading into the third day of the British Championships.
Check out these stellar swims from young British stars Sophie Yendell in the 50m fly and Kayla Van Der Merwe in the 200m breast tonight in Glasgow.
Molly Renshaw dipped under Britain’s selection time #2, so it’s probable she will represent the nation this summer at the World Championships.
James Guy will go for the men’s 200m fly national title tonight at the 2019 British Swimming Championships.
During the final of the women’s 400 IM at the 2019 British Championships, 14-year-old Katie Shanahan broke Hannah Miley’s Scottish Junior record.
As Adam Peaty tries to take another gold in Glasgow in the men’s 50m breast James Guy will set himself up for a 200 fly World Championships bid.