Duncan Scott of the University of Stirling was just one of the several Scottish swimmers who were in the medal mix at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. He now lands a spot on the Scottish National Performance Squad roster.
Cameron McEvoy of Australia looks to be the man to beat after dropping a 47.04 in the 100m freestyle at the Australian Olympic trials.
University of Stirling swimmer Craig Benson is taking his 2nd trip to the Olympics, this time primed to take a spot on the 200m breaststroke podium.
Now that the 2016 Great Britain Olympic roster has officially been announced, we put together a list of the athletes, with their Twitter and Instagram accounts. Follow them along their Rio Journey!
Check out the winners of this year’s BUCS Awards, including Max Litchfield from Sheffield.
With several key members of Great Britain’s Olympic roster hailing from Stirling University, including breaststrokers Craig Benson and Ross Murdoch,…
Adam Peaty will race at the 2014 European Championships as the defending champion in the 50 and 100 breaststrokes.
British athletes celebrate being named to the 26-member-strong 2016 Olympic squad.
Andrew Willis explains his sense of relief making the team and the confidence he had in his race plan despite the way that Adam Peaty started the event…
Watch the complete finals session from day four of the 2016 British Trials…
University of Stirling’s Ross Murdoch will take on the likes of Andrew Willis, Michael Jamieson and Craig Benson in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
See your favorite Scottish swimming stars in the photo array provided by Scottish Swimming.
British breaststroker Adam Peaty already put his own 100m world record on notice with a mighty 58.94 morning swim. Will he be able to top his 57.92 WR tonight?
British breaststroking phenom Adam Peaty scores 58.74 in prelims. Enough said.