14-year-old Jacob Whittle was among the British athletes who threw down some solid performances at the London Swimming Open Summer Meet this past weekend.
James Guy, the fastest qualifier from this morning’s heats and the British National Record holder in this event, will look to pick up a victory in tonight’s 100 fly final.
Duncan Scott already took 200m fly silver here in Glasgow, but it’s now time for his 100m free.
While older sister Emma (above) got 3 wins at the meet and finished 2nd in the individual high point standings, Gracie was the winner on the final day.
James Guy became the fastest Brit since 2009 in the 200m fly, while Anna Hopkin notched a 50 free textile British Record of her own. Teenager Kayla Sanchez also threw down a massive swim in the 100 IM.
James Guy, Laura Stephens, Kayle Sanchez and more clocked times in Sheffield that would have finaled at the 2018 Short Course World Championships.
Rikako Ikee made an appearance in Manchester, coming within half a second of her own SCM 100 fly national record tonight.
While a significant portion of the British elite contingency was racing at Sette Colli, the Tollcross International Swimming Centre hosted the 2018 Scottish National and Open Swimming Championships
Loughborough took the overall team title at the 2017 BUCS Short Course Championships.