Six swimmers have been named to British Swimming’s open water roster for the 2019 World Championships, including Jack Burnell and Danielle Huskisson.
Per British Swimming’s qualification criteria for the 2019 FINA Open Water World Championships, Jack Burnell and Alice Dearing have wrapped up their roster spots for Gwangju, Korea with their performances at the opening leg of the FINA Marathon Swim World Series last week.
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.
Two-time Olympic silver medalist for Great Britain in Rio, Jazz Carlin, leads her nation’s open water roster for the 2018 European Championships.
Loughborough began its 2018 BUCS LC Championships with wins in both the women’s 800m and men’s 1500m freestyle events.
Seven marathon swimmers will compete in the first two events of the FINA 10K World Series.
Olympian Duncan Scott represented the University of Stirling en route to winning the men’s 1500m freestyle in Sheffield tonight to kick-off the 2017 BUCS Short Course Championships.
Britain’s Marathon Swimming Lead Bernie Dietzig says, “The World Championships is always incredibly competitive. We will be expecting a huge field in both the men’s and women’s 10km and we have done everything we can this season to be ready for this.”
Six swimmers will be representing Great Britain at this summer’s Open Water World Championships in Hungary.
At this weekend’s U.S. Open Water Nationals, a 5-member British contingency will be fighting for their way onto GBR’s line-up for Hungary.
Tim Shuttleworth got Loughborough’s party started in Sheffield with a 1500m freestyle meet record.
Alice Dearing of Great Britain and Kristoff Rasovszky of Hungary won the world junior titles in the open water 10k today at the Open Water Junior World Championships in the Netherlands.