“Simplemente estoy muy feliz de estar aquí. Me siento segura y muy afortunada de poder competir a un nivel muy alto,” publicó en sus redes sociales.
“I feel safe and feeling very fortunate to be able to compete at a very high level. I think I won’t have this opportunity anywhere else before the Olympics.”
All’Università di Stirling si sono svolte ieri alcune prove tempo. Duncan Scott realizza il suo terzo miglior tempo di sempre nei 200 metri stile
Suited up and timed electronically, Duncan Scott was among Stirling swimmers who busted out promising swims to kick-off their push to the Tokyo Olympic Games.
I London Roar hanno provveduto ieri ad annunciare le sostituzioni degli atleti rinunciatari per la seconda stagione della International Swimming League
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
Duncan Scott is among the Scottish talent selected for the 2020/21 National Senior Gold Squad. Take a look at who else made the cut there and in Wales.
British Swimming ha specificato i requisiti per gli atleti d’elite e le sedi di allenamento per riprendere secondo le nuove linee guida anti covid19
British Swimming’s Performance Leadership Group (PLG) is in the process of developing an ‘Elite Sport Return to Training Guidance (ESRTTG)’ plan.
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.
After hitting an in-season best in the men’s 200m free for silver last night, James Guy did more damage in the 200m fly to claim gold in Edinburgh.
The British swimmers competing at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet are doing their best, cranking out some stellar performances in trying times.
Adam Peaty raced the men’s 50m breaststroke prelims in Bangor, producing a time of 26.83 with tomorrow morning’s final yet to come.
Catch up on day 2 action at McCullagh, with Duncan Scott, Adam Peaty, Kathleen Dawson and more among the headliners in Ireland.
At the 2020 McCullagh International Open Meet in Bangor, 20-year-old Danielle Hill crushed a new Irish national record in the women’s 100m backstroke.