I London Roar hanno provveduto ieri ad annunciare le sostituzioni degli atleti rinunciatari per la seconda stagione della International Swimming League
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
Hopkin returned to Loughborough shortly after NCAAs were cancelled and immediately popped off a quick 53.3 LCM 100 freestyle.
After hitting an in-season best in the men’s 200m free for silver last night, James Guy did more damage in the 200m fly to claim gold in Edinburgh.
Catch up on day 2 action at McCullagh, with Duncan Scott, Adam Peaty, Kathleen Dawson and more among the headliners in Ireland.
Duncan Scott showed his class in the men’s 200m freestyle posting a time of 1:47.32, 3 seconds faster than the rest of the field ahead of tomorrow’s final.
Following up on his standout summer, Loughborough’s Archie Goodburn will try the Swim England Winter Championships on for size.
Satellites Swimming Club based in the UK is slated to host a unique competition this fall, one which pits age groupers against British elite.
Benjamin Proud, to not much surprise from anyone, roared to the #3 time in the world this year and top seed for finals tonight.
2019 started with a splash for fourteen swimmers from the Senior Elite, Elite Development and Para Elite Development squads. Before the New Year began the carefully selected squad travelled to the Thanyapura Sports Resort in Phuket, Thailand to complete two weeks of intensive training.