Let’s take a look at how the British 18&U women made an impact on their world rankings after the just-concluded 2019 British Swimming Championships.
Duncan Scott has had a heck of a meet here in Glasgow, collecting gold across the 100m free and 200m IM, both in Scottish National Records and the former in a British National Record. He’ll battle James Guy in tonight’s 200m free main event.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will aim to add her name to Great Britain’s World Championship roster tonight in the women’s 200 IM.
Benjamin Proud, to not much surprise from anyone, roared to the #3 time in the world this year and top seed for finals tonight.
Nice’s Charlotte Bonnet wrapped up the 2018 FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat – Marseille with a new French National Record in the 100 free, going 53.36 to win the final event of the weekend.
28-year-old Swansea swimmer Alys Thomas clocked a 200 fly winning time of 2:07.54 to move herself up on the list of all-time performing Brits.
Within just the sport of swimming at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, England topped the overall medal count with 22.