For several years now, Adam Peaty has been putting Great Britain on the map in men’s breaststroke. Now it’s Jocelyn Ulyett’s turn to do it on the women’s side.
Although the official 2017 World Championships roster for Britain has yet to be released, it appears that all of the ‘consideration qualifiers’ should be safely added to the line-up.
One of the prime events of these British Championships, the men’s 200m freestyle, will see reigning world champion James Guy defend his title against Duncan Scott, Mark Szaranek and Max Litchfield, among several other contenders.
On night 2 of the 2017 British Swimming Championships, Jocelyn Ulyett clocked a new British national record in the women’s 200m breaststroke – 2:22.08.
2 additional swimmers notched automatic qualifying times for Budapest on day 3 of the 2017 British Swimming Championships.
Adam Peaty is one of a whopping 5 Loughborough-based swimmers to have won a British title in the first two days of this year’s meet. And all 5 train in different groups.
Reflecting the stiff British automatic qualifying standards for Budapest, just 2 swimmers have qualified for the World Championships at this point.
2017 BRITISH SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, April 18th – Sunday, April 23rd Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield LCM Qualifying Times Analysis (for…
This morning Adam Peaty raced to a time within .2 of his own world record; will he accomplish the feat tonight in the 50m breaststroke?
2016 BRITISH SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday July 26th-Sunday July 31st Ponds Forge International Sports Centre – Sheffield, England Prelims – 9 am…
Two multi-class world records, along with a new British Age Group Record from Anna Fleming highlighted Day 2 of 2016 British Summer Championships.
Ben Proud set a British record in the 50 free with 21.73 earlier this month at BUCS Championships.
Craig Benson is emerging as quite the threat out of Stirling with his trio of breaststroke wins at BUCS, positioning him in the top 3 in the 50m, 100m and 200m in the world.