Catch-up on stories outside the pool in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
We’re back with swimming’s top 10 tweets of the week.
Catch the WUGs fever by watching British flag bearer Cameron Brodie enter the Opening Ceremony.
Britain will be sending 16 athletes to Taipei to compete at the 2017 World University Games. Among them is Scottish swimmer and 2016 Olympian Camilla Hattersley.
With 2 national titles already under his belt at these championships, James Guy will try to secure the men’s 100m butterfly gold medal tonight in Sheffield.
This morning Adam Peaty raced to a time within .2 of his own world record; will he accomplish the feat tonight in the 50m breaststroke?
Already a 400m freestyle winner in Sheffield, James Guy will try the 200m butterfly on for size on day 2 of the 2017 British Championships.
Catch several Scottish stars in action while competing in Northern Ireland this weekend.
The 2016 Scottish SC Nationals meet in pictures.
Camilla Hattersley broke the Scottish National record in the women’s 1500 freestyle winning her fourth event at the Scottish National Championships…
Corrie Scott is a member of the Scottish swimming squad who will be traveling to Indianapolis to compete at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim June 3-5th.
Jazmin Carlin clinched the top seed for tomorrow’s 800m freestyle final.
2012 Olympian Craig Benson was on the short-end of a crowded British breaststroke field, but has received a consolation of a trip to the World University Games.
A young squad of swimmers will compete at the Japan Open in Tokyo as British Swimming continues a development project in the Far East aimed at enhancing medal prospects at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
British Swimming will be taking a group of seven young athletes to compete at the Japan Open from May 22nd to the 24th in Tokyo…