Scotland’s most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete ever, Duncan Scott, is well on his way to making a huge mark on these European SC Championships.
Catch up on the numerous national records that bit the dust on day 1 of the 2019 European Short Course Championships in Glasgow.
Quah Zheng Wen produced a new Singaporean national record en route to qualifying for next year’s Olympic Games tonight in New Clark City.
Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands is not messing around in the 100m back, firing off another national record and championships record in Glasgow.
400m free ace Danas Rapsys did his thing for gold in the event tonight in Glasgow, leading wire-to-wire to check-in with a new national record.
Luke Greenbank collected the bronze medal in the men’s 200m back while competing on day 1 of the 2019 European Short Course Championships.
Demonstrating his enormous versatility, Duncan Scott opened his 2019 European Short Course Championships campaign with a new Scottish record in the 50m free.
Great Britain’s Luke Greenbank already broke through this summer with Gwangju bronze and he’s now making a move in Glasgow with a national record.
Arno Kamminga blasted a new Dutch National Record in the men’s 50 breast prelims in Glasgow in a time of 26.03.
Kira Toussaint moved up to fourth all-time in the women’s 100 backstroke, breaking the Dutch and Euro SC meet records in the process.
Anastasia Gorbenko has taken more than 4 seconds off the Israeli Record in the 400 SCM IM over the last 6 weeks, including a 4:35 on Friday.
Sydney Pickrem (above) broke both the Canadian and Commonwealth Records in the women’s 200 IM, while Knox go the Canadian Record in the men’s 200 IM.
Kayla Sanchez broke the 50 free Canadian Record on day 1 of the European Derby and lowered it further in the skins race on day 2.
Martina Carraro has broken the Italian Record in the 100 breaststroke for the 2nd time this month; she was one of 2 under the old mark on Sunday.
Minna Atherton of the London Roar just-missed her 2nd World Record of the ISL season on Saturday, but did break the Australian and Oceanic records.