The ASA Winter National meet completed tonight in Sheffield after 4 nights of competition.
2016 Olympian Max Litchfield swept the men’s IM events thus far in Sheffield.
James Guy anchored the British men’s 4×200 freestyle relay in record-setting style.
NYAC’s Arkady Vyatchanin is top seed in the men’s 100 back final on Day 4 at U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
Maxime Rooney is seeded second in the men’s 200 free on Day 4 of the 2016 U.S. Open behind Wales’ Calum Jarvis.
The 2016 U.S. Open kicks off in Minneapolis, Minnesota tomorrow. Several several big names from both the domestic and international swimming communities (such as Arkady Vyatchanin, above) will compete for titles during the five-day meet.
Bethany Galat will look to continue her momentum at the US Open after a breakout performance at the Olympic Trials.
Ben Proud is becoming Britain’s most consistent sprint freestyler.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: The British relay of Dan Wallace, Robert Renwick, Calum Jarvis, and James Guy fought back from an early deficit to beat the United States.
Four top Welsh swimmers will be setting sail to continental Europe for the Mare Nostrum Series, including Commonwealth freestyle champion Jazz Carlin.
Tom Laxton: “I’m elated to have made my first British team. After 2 years battling an injury, I’m pleased to put it behind me, and I look forward to seeing how fast I can get come Worlds.”
The Edinburgh International Swim Meet will host some of the finest swimmers from the United Kingdom and internationally with the likes of Anthony Ervin, Ben Proud, Calum Jarvis, and Daniel Jervis.
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