The best of British swimming talent will be on show in Edinburgh alongside up-and-coming stars. Current world record-holder in 50m and 100m breaststroke Adam Peaty will compete, as will Commonwealth games gold medalist Ross Murdoch and world championship bronze medalists Jazz Carlin and Siobhan Marie O’Connor.
No, not Bulldogs…
Adam Peaty is among the British National Team contingency slated to descend upon Edinburgh March 11-13th.
5 World Champions join the Great Britain team to compete at the 2015 European short course championships.
Current 100m breaststroke world record holder Adam Peaty (GBR) takes on the field in Dubai on Day 2 of the World Cup.
The #IronLady is at it again, this time with a fresh new Hungarian National Record.
Katinka Hosszu has been named to the European All Stars’ Duel in the Pool roster, putting any number of events at risk.
The National coaching staff will have a lot of flexibility and discretion on who, and how many, athletes to assign to the team.
World Record holder Adam Peaty will aim for a first ever European Championships Short Course medal in December.
Great Britain’s selection system will cut the team’s size, sure, but it shouldn’t affect any clear medal hopefuls and gives the federation flexibility to put together a roster it feels good about, two major pluses in Olympic selection.
The British Swimming Team signed off from their most successful World Championship campaign with a total of nine medals including five golds and two world records.
The British team of 29 athletes features the likes of Commonwealth and European Champions Adam Peaty, Jazz Carlin, Ross Murdoch, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and Chris Walker-Hebborn.
Glasgow, Scotland will host the 2016 British Swimming Championships, which will serve as the nation’s Olympic qualifying meet next spring.
There are not many better stories than the comeback of Jazz Carlin. After suffering major illnesses disrupting her preparations for…