Get the final round-up of exciting swims thrown down at the 2017 British Summer Championships.
The 2017 British Summer Championships kick-off on Tuesday, July 25th.
2016 Olympian Craig Benson is on the list of qualifiers to potentially compete at this year’s British Summer Championships.
Find your favorite British junior swimmer among those listed as competing at the World Junior Championships and European Juniors.
Max Litchfield takes on a 400m IM field that includes younger brother Joe on day 3 finals of the 2017 British Swimming Championships.
2016 Olympic finalist Duncan Scott races in his 2nd event of these British Championships, the men’s 100m freestyle.
Adam Peaty doing Adam Peaty things on day 1 of the British Swimming Championships in Sheffield.
Adam Peaty is entered in the 50m and 100m breaststroke races at the 2017 British National Championships, where his seed times are virtually untouchable.
After a strong 100 free yesterday, Jacob Pebley comes in as the top seed in his signature event, the 200 backstroke.
Even though 100m breaststroke world record holder Adam Peaty is competing in Indianapolis, he’s listed as swimming one event you wouldn’t expect.
We take a look at four swimmers, sponsored by Aussie swimwear brand Funkita, that can feel very satisfied with their achievements in 2016.
The second night of competition at the Ontario Junior International showcased some amazing talent from British swimmers as three British Junior records were broken in the 25-meter pool.
It took a senior Canadian national record for 17-year-old Mary-Sophie Harvey to win the women’s 400m freestyle, dropping a total of 13-seconds off her entry time.
Newcastle Swim Team athletes Emily Large (pictured) and Jane Brown wrote their names into the British Junior Recordbooks while competing in Sheffield and Ontario.
Freya Anderson is making a name for herself among the British sprinting contingency.