Lelliott finished second, just behind Frolov, for the silver medal. His time of 7:50.97 will stand as the new English record in the event.
Frolov finally overhauled Leliott and pulled away for the win. Frolov finished in 7:50.28 and Leliott in 7:50.97.
Henrique Martins hit a top-10 ranked world time to lead the 50 fly, highlighting the opening session of the 2015 World University Games.
2012 Olympian Craig Benson was on the short-end of a crowded British breaststroke field, but has received a consolation of a trip to the World University Games.
European Champion Jazz Carlin won the women’s 400 freestyle in the a time of 4:03.51 which places her second in the world rankings…
On the final night of competition in Antwerp two heavy weights went head to head in the women’s 200 IM…
World Record holder Adam Peaty will lead a team of 43 Brits to the Flanders Cup this weekend.
The British Gas National Championships wrapped up Tuesday night. Things look bright for the British as the summer long course season rolls on.