Ellen Walshe is one of a few different Irish swimmers who have either opted not to race or withdrawn on medical grounds from the European Championships.
The Irish Summer National Championships kicked off yesterday at the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin with Olympian Shane Ryan among the competitors.
The 2022 Irish Open Swimming Championships concluded yesterday with Danielle Hill nabbing her sixth national title of the competition.
Olympian Danielle Hill entered entirely new territory for her nation in the women’s 100m freestyle, posting a new Irish record.
Al McCullagh International Madi Harris ha migliorato il record nazionale stabilito appena una settimana fa nei 100 metri dorso femminili
Il McCullagh International 2022 prenderà il via oggi a Bangor e ritroveremo in vasca molti medagliati olimpici e campioni del mondo.
Another Irish senior record from Daniel Wiffen closed the curtain on Olympic trials action in Dublin, with four swimmers now with OLY consideration times
She sliced .10 off of her own Irish record, while Eoin Corby and Niamh Coyne looked very good in the men’s and women’s 200 breast semis, respectively.
Danielle Hill lowered her own Irish record in the 100 back final, taking it from 1:00.48 done in semifinals last night down to a 1:00.34, just off the cut.
Trials Irlands Mona McSharry nelle semifinali dei 100 metri rana femminili ha stabilito il nuovo record qualificandosi per le Olimpiadi
The swim for McSharry allowed her to further lower the Irish national record in the event from the 1:06.97 she swam during prelims.
Darragh Greene lowered his own Irish national record in the men’s 100m breaststroke competing in the heats of these Irish National Team Selection Trials.
The time trials delivered some promising results across the board for Ireland’s elite, with more edging closer to those all-important FINA ‘A’ cuts
Los nadadores más rápidos de Irlanda, Brendan Hyland y Shane Ryan, se enfrentaron en Dublín el viernes en la final de 100 mariposa de piscina larga.
Jack McMillan rewrote the Irish record books last night in the 200m free and the Bangor swimmer was back at it to close the Irish Winter Meet.