2018 LEN EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Mäkelänrinne Swimming Centre, Helsinki, Finland Wednesday, July 4th – Sunday, July 8th (swimming) LCM Meet…
Hungarian teen Kristof Milak made history at last year’s European Junior Championships and is primed to repeat this time around in Helsinki.
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.
The Campbell sisters will look for a pair of 1-2 finishes in the sprint free events at the Commonwealth Games.
World Junior Champion Emily Large will try to add a European Junior title to her resume come this July.
28-year-old Swansea swimmer Alys Thomas clocked a 200 fly winning time of 2:07.54 to move herself up on the list of all-time performing Brits.
“During the first two weeks, I found it quite difficult to breathe and suffered from altitude sickness, which wasn’t great,” World Junior Champion Freya Anderson of Great Britain said of her first altitude camp experience.
Olympic finalist Max Litchfield is among the 16 Brits headed to Colorado Springs for a training camp prior to several upcoming meets.
The Copenhagen-bound British squad is small, but stacked with the likes of Peaty, Proud and Anderson.
British Swimming has released its 10-swimmer strong roster for the 2017 European Short Course Championships set for December 13-17th in Copenhagen, Denmark.
British swimmer Freya Anderson is in the running for Young Sportswoman honors as part of Britain’s The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards.
England’s initial 2018 Commonwealth Games roster is comprised of both stalwart talent, but also rising new stars.
Rikako Ikee will go for two gold medals on the final night of the World Junior Championships in the 100 fly and 50 free.
Taylor Ruck will look to defend her title in the 200 free on the final day of the 2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships.
Regan Smith broke the championship record in the women’s 200 back twice on day 3.