After scratching out of the 200 breast on day 1, Great Britain’s Adam Peaty, the 2016 Olympic gold medalist in the 100 breast, will make an appearance in day 2 prelims.
Among the big name scratches for day 1 prelims is Great Britain’s Adam Peaty, who scratched out of the 200 breast, where he was the 5th seed.
Even though 100m breaststroke world record holder Adam Peaty is competing in Indianapolis, he’s listed as swimming one event you wouldn’t expect.
Danielle Hill became the fastest Irish woman ever in the 50m freestyle event.
Scottish swimmers are spending some time in the Tenerife sun, while additional junior athletes head to Texas.
America’s Kelsi Worrell claimed the women’s 200m butterfly top seed this morning, becoming the 3rd fastest American ever in the event in the process.
Andreas Vazaios cracked his own 200 IM national record on day 1 of SC Worlds.
Great Britain has named a 16-person roster for the 2016 Short Course World Championships, though that group will not include Olympic champion breaststroker Adam Peaty.
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2016 Olympic silver medalist Dan Wallace of Scotland moves his training base from Millfield to the University of Stirling.
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.
2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Swimming: August 6-13 Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Barra Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro…
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Swimming’s blue ribbon event will give way to a Aussie-American duel with a Canadian somewhere in the middle. Kyle Chalmers and Cameron McEvoy of Australia will be trying to take down both Nathan Adrian and Caeleb Dressel of the United States.
Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte could possibly be setting up their last Olympic showdown of all time in this event. Phelps is the top seed, the three-time defending Olympic champ, Lochte the world record holder, and they’re not alone in the competition.