Adam Peaty is headed towards possible history tonight in the men’s 100m breast after already clocking 58.55 in prelims.
The British Swimming Championships hit full throttle right off the bat, with Adam Peaty and company in the pool on day 1 contesting the men’s 100m breaststroke.
With the start of the British Championships just hours away, Hannah Miley will solely focus on defending her title in the 400 IM.
We’ve hammered out the selection policy details surrounding the 2019 British Championships that kick off on Tuesday, but let’s take a look at some the athletes taking to the Tollcross International Swimming Center pool in the biggest domestic meet of the year.
Edinburgh’s Warrender Baths Club earned ‘Top Club’ honors at this year’s Scottish National Age Group Championships, as the squad leaped out in front of the team standings from day 1 and kept its momentum going throughout.
Excitement is building for the 2019 Scottish National Age Group Championships, the 5-day meet kicking off in Glasgow tomorrow, Wednesday, March 27th
Jessica Vall ha arrasado en las pruebas de braza del Meeting de Edimburgo. Adam Peaty ha bajado de 27 segundos en 50 braza y Jeanette Ottesen ha regresado a la competición con victoria en 50 mariposa tras ser mamá hace poco más de un año, .
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.
En el meeting de Edimburgo, la española Melani Costa se ha reencontrado con la victoria en 400 libre, mientras Jessica Vall ha logrado el oro en las pruebas de braza con grandes marcas. Adam Peaty ha hecho de las suyas, marcando 58.73 en 100 braza. James Guy ha conseguido también un doblete.
After winning the men’s 200m freestyle last night in a new meet record effort of 1:47.66, James Guy beat the men’s 200m fly here in Edinburgh to complete the double.
Adam Peaty is automatic, punching yet another sub-minute 100m breast time in prelims, this time in Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh International Swim Meet is truly living up to the ‘international’ part of its namesake, as athletes from Spain, Denmark and beyond will be joining a strong British contingency at the Royal Commonwealth Pool this weekend. Among them is new mom Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark.
The Glasgow International Swim Meet announces Olympians Duncan Scott, Ross Murdoch and Aimee Willmott among the line-up of competitors for the 2nd annual 3-day meet to be held May 24th-26th at the storied Tollcross Pool.
Ross Murdoch produced a solid, in-season 2:12.57 200 breast winning effort at the Scottish West Districts over the weekend.
Duncan Scott’s coach at the University of Stirling, Steven Tigg, is SwimSwam’s British Coach of the Year.