Still ramping up both her training and racing since undergoing ankle surgery late last year, 29-year-old Hannah Miley wrangled up 2 gold medals on the final night of the 2019 Glasgow International Swim Meet.
The 2019 Glasgow International Swim Meet got underway tonight at Tollcross.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will aim to add her name to Great Britain’s World Championship roster tonight in the women’s 200 IM.
Duncan Scott already took 200m fly silver here in Glasgow, but it’s now time for his 100m free.
With no scratches to report, Daniel Jervies, Alys Thomas, and Duncan Scott will aim to defend their 2018 British titles.
After winning the men’s 200m freestyle last night in a new meet record effort of 1:47.66, James Guy beat the men’s 200m fly here in Edinburgh to complete the double.
The Edinburgh International Swim Meet is truly living up to the ‘international’ part of its namesake, as athletes from Spain, Denmark and beyond will be joining a strong British contingency at the Royal Commonwealth Pool this weekend. Among them is new mom Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist James Wilby took down 2 BUCS Record on night 2 in Sheffield.
Duncan Scott was just one of several Scottish National Record breakers racing at the SC Championships in Edinburgh.
Ross Murdoch lowered his own national record in the 50 breaststroke during prelims of the 2018 Scottish Short Course Nationals.
The most decorated Scottish athlete ever at a Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, is expected to race this weekend in Edinburgh, entered in a hefty line-up of events.
The penultimate day of the 2018 British Summer Championships brought additional fast swims from the key players making their mark in Sheffield this week. Jack Thorpe topped the podium in the men’s 19+ 50m freestyle, nabbing a new Scottish national record in the process.
While a significant portion of the British elite contingency was racing at Sette Colli, the Tollcross International Swimming Centre hosted the 2018 Scottish National and Open Swimming Championships
Edinburgh’s Tain Bruce topped the women’s 100m fly podium tonight in Glasgow, as another trio swept the women’s 50m free.