After scratching her races in the 200 breast and 100 free, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is listed in the 200 IM heat sheets.
James Guy will go for the men’s 200m fly national title tonight at the 2019 British Swimming Championships.
Heading into day 2 prelims of the British Championships, 200 free runner-up Holly Hibbott and versatile Siobhan-Marie O’Connor scratched out of their respective races.
In the first finals session of the 2019 British Championships, Nicholas Pyle, Hannah Miley, and Adam Peaty will aim to defend their 2018 titles.
The British Swimming Championships hit full throttle right off the bat, with Adam Peaty and company in the pool on day 1 contesting the men’s 100m breaststroke.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker registered the 3rd fastest performance of her career for gold in Stellenbosch.
24-year-old Pernille Blume underwent heart surgery last month and is entered in the South African Grand Prix this weekend for her first race back.
On-fire Canadian teenager Kayla Sanchez kept her winning streak going in Sheffield, while Luke Greenbank, Holly Hibbott and more slid into the all-time British performers lists.
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 doubled up on his 200 fly victory from last night with a 200 free win on night 3 of the Stockport Metro November Meet.
Jet-lagged from Tokyo, 2016 Olympian James Guy still put up a solid performance in the SCM 200 fly at Stockport Metro.
Commonwealth Games silver medalist Holly Hibbott got her home squad of Stockport Metro on the board tonight with a win in the 800m free.
Stockport Metro is hosting their annual November meet this weekend, with action kicking off at the Life Leisure Grand Central facility on Friday, November 16th. British Olympic medalist James Guy is among those expected to attend.
Ben Proud will aim to lower his textile WR of 21.11 in the men’s 50 free final in Glasgow.
Andrii Govorov will go after his own world record in the men’s 50 fly final on day 5 in Glasgow.