Swim Ireland announced its 2018/19 national squads.
Swim Ireland will be putting an increased focus on relays as they hope to field their first ever Olympic relay in 2020.
16-year-old Keanna MacInnes made her mark on night 1 of the Scottish Short Course Nationals, cracking one of Hannah Miley’s senior national records.
A young line-up, which includes newly-minted senior national record holder Conor Ferguson, is set to lead Ireland into the 2017 European Short Course Championships.
2016 Olympic gold medalist in the women’s 50m freestyle, Pernille Blume of Denmark, is one of the superstars competing at the 2017 Swim Cup Amsterdam this weekend.
The Irish 4x100m freestyle relay didn’t land on the podium, but did manage to crank out a new national record on day 1 in Taipei.
Ferguson became the 3rd swimmer to make the World Championships roster, shredding his way to a 25.24 in the 50 back.
Ross Murdoch set a new Scottish record in the men’s 50 breaststroke at the Scottish Short Course Championships in Edinburgh…
Craig Benson is emerging as quite the threat out of Stirling with his trio of breaststroke wins at BUCS, positioning him in the top 3 in the 50m, 100m and 200m in the world.