Check out who is moving where within British Swimming now that the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japa have been postponed until July 2021.
The British Swimming contingency put on a show in Edinburgh over the weekend, with Duncan Scott, Freya Anderson, Jacob Peters & more closing it out in style.
The British swimmers competing at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet are doing their best, cranking out some stellar performances in trying times.
Kayla Sanchez won two events on day one in Toronto, including setting a new meet record and narrowly missing the National Record in the women’s 50 back.
Jay Lelliott made the most of his Swim England Winter Championships, collecting 4 gold medals over the course of the meet.
Following up on his standout summer, Loughborough’s Archie Goodburn will try the Swim England Winter Championships on for size.
British World Champion James Guy is scheduled to compete at the 2019 Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend in his home nation.
#2 seed Tom Shields has scratched out of the 200 fly at US Nationals, yet he is expected to swim the event at the Pan American Games within the coming days.
Take note of the foreign talent from Great Britain and Australia who will be taking on some of America’s best at this week’s U.S. Nationals.
3-time Olympian Hannah Miley is headed to California as one of a 9-strong Scottish squad competing at U.S. Open Nationals later this month.
We’re taking a look at how the British 18&U racers rearranged the junior world leaders. In addition to the emerging women’s review, let’s see how the men fared.
James Guy, the fastest qualifier from this morning’s heats and the British National Record holder in this event, will look to pick up a victory in tonight’s 100 fly final.
James Guy, Freya Anderson, and James Wilby will all have opportunities to defend their titles in the fourth finals session of the British Championships.
Ross Murdoch will take on the men’s 200m breaststroke field on day 4 of the 2019 British Swimming Championships.