Elijah Winnington was the big winner of the visiting Aussie & British squads who raced at U.S. Nationals, with the Bond swimmer nabbing 2 golds.
Take note of the foreign talent from Great Britain and Australia who will be taking on some of America’s best at this week’s U.S. Nationals.
South Ayrshire swimmer Katie Robertson clinched the 50 fly win in the best time of her young career, dipping under 27 seconds in the process.
Commonwealth Games medalist Ross Murdoch is getting some racing in before Gwangju by competing at the 2019 Scottish Open Nationals in Aberdeeen.
Still ramping up both her training and racing since undergoing ankle surgery late last year, 29-year-old Hannah Miley wrangled up 2 gold medals on the final night of the 2019 Glasgow International Swim Meet.
2015 World Champion in the men’s 200 free, James Guy, will look to make the British World Championships squad for 2019 in this same event
Heading into day 2 prelims of the British Championships, 200 free runner-up Holly Hibbott and versatile Siobhan-Marie O’Connor scratched out of their respective races.
In the first finals session of the 2019 British Championships, Nicholas Pyle, Hannah Miley, and Adam Peaty will aim to defend their 2018 titles.
James Guy dipped under 1:48 in the 200m freestyle, while Daniel Jervis now sits atop the men’s 1500m world rankings throne.
Ross Murdoch produced a solid, in-season 2:12.57 200 breast winning effort at the Scottish West Districts over the weekend.
Olympic silver medalist James Guy was off to a rocky start in the Gold Coast, but he rebounded from illness with 100m fly silver in a quick 51.31.
Adam Peaty will shoot for a sub-58 100 breast on day 4 on the Gold Coast.
Chad Le Clos will take on both the 200 fly and 100 free at day 3 prelims of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Though the Australian men took home no medals in the backstroke events at last summer’s FINA World Championships in Budapest, they remain the best in the Commonwealth.
It’s all Australia this year.