Scott’s 6 medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games are the most ever won by a Scottish swimmer in a single games.
Duncan Scott made his mark on the 2018 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Scottish swimmer to win 6 medals at a Games. He heads up the British roster for the European Championships as a result.
Comme traditionnellement, les relais quatre nages terminaient la compétition. Les Australiens y livrèrent deux terribles batailles gagnantes.
Duncan Scott dipped under British Swimming’s qualifying time for the European Championships en route to his silver medal in the 200m IM.
Distance ace Ariarne Titmus will compete in tonight’s 400 free final.
Larkin had already won all three backstroke events prior to his win tonight in the 200 IM.
L’Ecossais Duncan Scott est champion du Commonwealth du 100 libre en 48s02, devançant, ex-aequo, un monstre sacré de la natation, Chad Le Clos, et le champion olympique Kyle Chalmers.
100 back medalists Taylor Ruck, Kylie Masse and Emily Seebohm will do battle once again in the 200 back final on day 4 of the Commonwealth Games.
Duncan Scott’s 48.02 more than comfortably slid under British Swimming’s qualifying mark of 48.93 for this year’s European Championships.
Canadians Kylie Masse and Taylor Ruck went 1-2 in the women’s 200m backstroke, helping move the nation ahead of South Afica in the Commonwealth Games medal table through 4 days of competition.
Kyle Chalmers montrait une fois de plus que l’Australie tenait en lui un nageur doté d’un esprit combattant. Le champion olympique du 100 mètres s’est imposé sur la distance double, avec une longueur de bras d’avance sur Mackenzie Horton.
Adam Peaty will shoot for a sub-58 100 breast on day 4 on the Gold Coast.
Seven British swimmers nabbed European Championships-qualifying times while competing on day 3 of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia.
GIOCHI DEL COMMONWEALTH 2018 Giovedì 5 Aprile/Giovedì 10 Aprile Optus Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast, Australia Prelim 10:30 ora locale (ore…
Ian Thorpe’s 200m freestyle Games record remained untouched, but Australia’s Kyle Chalmers
swam an impressive race.