Now that the 2020 British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS) C’ships have concluded, let’s take reflect on the action which took place over the weekend.
Can Duncan Scott and his friends from Stirling take down powerhouse Loughborough at this year’s BUCS Championships? Let’s find out live.
The battle is brewing in Sheffield, with individual events giving teams a chance to separate themselves at these BUCS Long Course Championships.
Check out the action photos from the just-concluded Swim England Winter Championships over the weekend in Sheffield, courtesy of SW Pix/Swim England.
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.
Loughborough’s Luke Greenbank, the bronze medalist in the 200m back at this year’s World Championships, helped power his squad to the BUCS combined trophy.
Duncan Scott threw down the 2nd fastest 100m free anchor of all-time at this year’s World Championships, but this weekend he has BUCS on his mind.
British World Champion James Guy is scheduled to compete at the 2019 Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend in his home nation.
As Adam Peaty tries to take another gold in Glasgow in the men’s 50m breast James Guy will set himself up for a 200 fly World Championships bid.
In the first finals session of the 2019 British Championships, Nicholas Pyle, Hannah Miley, and Adam Peaty will aim to defend their 2018 titles.
James Guy & Edward Mildred from the 2018 Swim England Winter Championships.
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.
Rikako Ikee made an appearance in Manchester, coming within half a second of her own SCM 100 fly national record tonight.