The 2022 McCullagh International wrapped up from Bangor yesterday with several Olympians taking to the long course pool.
She sliced .10 off of her own Irish record, while Eoin Corby and Niamh Coyne looked very good in the men’s and women’s 200 breast semis, respectively.
Danielle Hill lowered her own Irish record in the 100 back final, taking it from 1:00.48 done in semifinals last night down to a 1:00.34, just off the cut.
Swimmers will be gunning for a spot on the Irish Olympic team this week to join Shane Ryan and Darragh Greene who were named to the team in January.
The time trials delivered some promising results across the board for Ireland’s elite, with more edging closer to those all-important FINA ‘A’ cuts
L’Irlanda si prepara a ripartire dopo il lockdown. Centri di preparazione olimpica e paralimpica aperti per gli atleti a partire da lunedì 8 Giugno
“Potential identified Olympians & Paralympians from Monday [can train] in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin, on the Sport Ireland campus,” says Jon Rudd.
Duncan Scott reaped two gold medals on the final day of McCullagh Int’l, while Adam Peaty reigned in the sprint breaststroke.
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.
2019 European Short Course bronze medalist James Guy is kicking his 2020 off right with a pair of wins at the Flanders Cup.
World Championships medalist Shane Ryan leads an Irish squad to the 2020 Flanders Cup, where they’ll be met by Germans, Belgians, Dutch and more.
While competing at the 2019 Leinster SC Championships meet this weekend, Shane Ryan produced a new Irish national record in the men’s 100m backstroke.
Brendan Hyland hit a new personal best in the men’s 200m fly while competing at the 2019 FINA World Championships, keeping on trend with the nation.
La 13e édition du traditionnel Open de France, qui est désormais une étape de la LEN Swimming Cup 2019, débute mardi 18 juin à Chartres
The 13th Annual French Open, which is now a stop on the LEN Swimming Cup 2019, kicks off tomorrow, June 18, 2019 in Chartres.