A handful of high-profile veterans and up-and-comers have turned some heads in having not been named to the British Performance squad for the 2020/21 season.
The New York Breakers have an updated roster – as expected, six Australian team members no longer appear, with seven new European swimmers now listed.
We’ll get a taste for where the men’s 50m free speed is at with Florent Manaudou, Bruno Fratus, Ben Proud and more racing in Luxembourg.
Jay Lelliott made the most of his Swim England Winter Championships, collecting 4 gold medals over the course of the meet.
Following up on his standout summer, Loughborough’s Archie Goodburn will try the Swim England Winter Championships on for size.
Swim England has revealed its roster of 17 rising stars set for its 2019-20 Performance Squad, which includes backstroker Chloe Golding.
After breaking the meet record yesterday, USA’s Ian Finnerty will seek to improve upon his time and grab a gold medal in the men’s 100 breaststroke.
Dean Farris will look to help lead the U.S. men to gold in the 400 free relay after dropping a 47.08 relay split during the preliminaries.
On the heels of Great Britain’s roster being announced for the 2019 World Championships, the nation has revealed its 14-strong lineup headed to Naples, Italy this summer to compete at the 2019 World University Games.
It’s no secret that British Swimming set some very high qualification standards for the World Championships, but athletes like Ross Murdoch rose to the challenge and made the squad anyway.
James Guy, the fastest qualifier from this morning’s heats and the British National Record holder in this event, will look to pick up a victory in tonight’s 100 fly final.
Ross Murdoch will take on the men’s 200m breaststroke field on day 4 of the 2019 British Swimming Championships.
With the 2019 British Championships now in full motion, past British champs James Guy, Freya Anderson, and James Wilby will all look to defend their titles.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist James Wilby took down 2 BUCS Record on night 2 in Sheffield.
While competing in Antwerp at the 2019 Flanders Cup, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys clocked a winning 200m free time of 1:46.69 to dip under the FINA ‘A’ cut for this year’s World Championships.