Brazilian Bruno Fratus put up the 2nd fastest 50m free time of his career in Monte Carlo. Can he achieve a similar feat in Canet?
On the heels of Great Britain’s roster being announced for the 2019 World Championships, the nation has revealed its 14-strong lineup headed to Naples, Italy this summer to compete at the 2019 World University Games.
It’s no secret that British Swimming set some very high qualification standards for the World Championships, but athletes like Ross Murdoch rose to the challenge and made the squad anyway.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will aim to add her name to Great Britain’s World Championship roster tonight in the women’s 200 IM.
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.
Jeanette Ottesen is competing at one of her first elite meets since returning to racing since the birth of her daughter. She won the women’s 50m fly in Edinburgh.
Commonwealth Games champion Duncan Scott took the men’s 200m fly gold at BUCS, but he also helped his Stirling squad take the men’s medley relay with a 48.22 anchor.
Night 1 of the 2018 British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships (BUCS) brought the women’s 800m freestyle and men’s 1500m freestyle to Ponds Forge to kick-off the 3-day meet.
The most decorated Scottish athlete at a Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, is slated to race this weekend at the British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships.
Canadian Kylie Masse took 3 golds in the battle against Loughborough, but it wasn’t enough for her University of Toronto squad to stop the home team.
100 back medalists Taylor Ruck, Kylie Masse and Emily Seebohm will do battle once again in the 200 back final on day 4 of the Commonwealth Games.
2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES Thursday, April 5th – Tuesday, April 10th (swimming) Optus Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast, Australia Prelims at 10:30am…
Siobhan Marie O’Connor of England is the odds-on favorite to win the 200 IM at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
“I swim a lot of races, because it gives me an indication of my physical state,” says Hannah Miley.
James Wilby, right, earned a lifetime best in the men’s 100m breaststroke, breaking a BUCS Record in the process.