Duncan Scott is among the Scottish talent selected for the 2020/21 National Senior Gold Squad. Take a look at who else made the cut there and in Wales.
Mary T. Meagher’s 80s NAGs and Mary Descenza’s 2009 American record remain unbroken today. Who’s been close to breaking the marks? Could they ever go down?
Il Galles ha dato il via libera al ritorno agli allenamenti. Swim Wales ha pubblicato una guida dove indica i criteri che i nuotatori devono avere
Elite athletes identified in ‘cohort 1’ will be the first to return to the water, although a venue has not yet been announced (pictured: 2018 Commonwealth Games champion Alys Thomas)
British Swimming ha specificato i requisiti per gli atleti d’elite e le sedi di allenamento per riprendere secondo le nuove linee guida anti covid19
British Swimming’s Performance Leadership Group (PLG) is in the process of developing an ‘Elite Sport Return to Training Guidance (ESRTTG)’ plan.
The British swimmers competing at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet are doing their best, cranking out some stellar performances in trying times.
The 2020 Edinburgh International Swim Meet is still scheduled for this weekend, with some electrified racing on the agenda.
Duncan Scott reaped two gold medals on the final day of McCullagh Int’l, while Adam Peaty reigned in the sprint breaststroke.
Adam Peaty raced the men’s 50m breaststroke prelims in Bangor, producing a time of 26.83 with tomorrow morning’s final yet to come.
Catch up on day 2 action at McCullagh, with Duncan Scott, Adam Peaty, Kathleen Dawson and more among the headliners in Ireland.
Duncan Scott showed his class in the men’s 200m freestyle posting a time of 1:47.32, 3 seconds faster than the rest of the field ahead of tomorrow’s final.
Not giving a second thought to having morning finals was Olympic and World champion Adam Peaty, with the breaststroking ace throwing down as usual.
Commonwealth gold and silver medalists in the 400IM, Aimee Willmott and Hannah Miley, were both in action in this event today (pictured: Hannah Miley)