On the heels of Great Britain’s roster being announced for the 2019 World Championships, the nation has revealed its 14-strong lineup headed to Naples, Italy this summer to compete at the 2019 World University Games.
It’s no secret that British Swimming set some very high qualification standards for the World Championships, but athletes like Ross Murdoch rose to the challenge and made the squad anyway.
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.
Adam Peaty is headed towards possible history tonight in the men’s 100m breast after already clocking 58.55 in prelims.
The British Swimming Championships hit full throttle right off the bat, with Adam Peaty and company in the pool on day 1 contesting the men’s 100m breaststroke.
In an event-impacting turn of events, British national record holder Imogen Clark has announced she is withdrawing from the women’s 50m breaststroke event due to injury.
19-year-old Kaylene Corbett of South Africa notched a new 200 breast personal best of 2:25.98 in Stellenbosch, clearing her previous lifetime best by over a second.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker registered the 3rd fastest performance of her career for gold in Stellenbosch.
24-year-old Pernille Blume underwent heart surgery last month and is entered in the South African Grand Prix this weekend for her first race back.
Commonwealth Games champion Duncan Scott took the men’s 200m fly gold at BUCS, but he also helped his Stirling squad take the men’s medley relay with a 48.22 anchor.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist James Wilby took down 2 BUCS Record on night 2 in Sheffield.
Adam Peaty blasted a 59.72 to take a dominant victory at the season-opening Miami Super Challenge Meet in Queensland, Australia.
Breaststroker Adam Peaty (pictured above) headlines a star studded field at the 2019 Miami Super Challenge.
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.
James Guy doubled up on his 200 fly victory from last night with a 200 free win on night 3 of the Stockport Metro November Meet.