Scottish record holder and 2014 Commonwealth Games medalist Corrie Scott has retired from competitive swimming.
British national record holder Jocelyn Ulyett, representing England, will try to shake up a very tightly packed women’s breaststroke field at the Commonwealth Games.
The 2017 Scottish Short Course National Championships wrapped up tonight in Edinburgh, with the host city claiming the overall team trophy. Dan Wallace, who took 3 individual wins, helped the squad edge out the competition.
Olympic finalist Duncan Scott was in the water yesterday, but made his first finals session appearance tonight in Edinburgh.
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.
Loughborough took the overall team title at the 2017 BUCS Short Course Championships.
2017 British champion in the 200m breaststroke, Jocelyn Ulyett, made her mark on the BUCS Championships by earning a new meet record in the event here in Sheffield.
Hannah Miley has been named to the 21-strong Scottish roster set to compete at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia.
England’s Elizabeth Simmonds topped the 200m backstroke podium in Aberdeen on night 2 of the 2017 Scottish Open Nationals.
British breaststroke Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty is expected to race in Sheffield as a guest of honor at the BUCS Long Course Championships this weekend.
Tim Shuttleworth smashed the British National Record in the short course 1500 freestyle at the ASA Winter Nationals meet.
Corrie Scott notched a new national record, while Duncan Scott threw down fast swims of his own on Day 1 of Scottish SC 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.
Despite winning three events at the trials Siobhan-Marie O’Connor expressed her disappointment in her performances over the last week…
Scottish National Team Head Coach Alan Lynn is currently running a training camp for the nation’s top 40 top female swimmers…