British Swimming just published the major key points expected to be included in its revised Olympic Games selection Policy.
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.
The British swimmers competing at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet are doing their best, cranking out some stellar performances in trying times.
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Duncan Scott reaped two gold medals on the final day of McCullagh Int’l, while Adam Peaty reigned in the sprint breaststroke.
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.
Duncan Scott showed his class in the men’s 200m freestyle posting a time of 1:47.32, 3 seconds faster than the rest of the field ahead of tomorrow’s final.
Not giving a second thought to having morning finals was Olympic and World champion Adam Peaty, with the breaststroking ace throwing down as usual.
Commonwealth gold and silver medalists in the 400IM, Aimee Willmott and Hannah Miley, were both in action in this event today (pictured: Hannah Miley)
Peaty in gara al McCullagh Meet, nuoterà i 50 i 100 e i 200 rana. Le finali saranno al mattino per simulare la timeline di Tokyo 2020
Breaststroker Adam Peaty is set to take on the 50m, 100m and 200m events in Bangor this weekend, where the McCullagh Int’l finals take place in the morning.
Loughborough’s Luke Greenbank will be among those chasing points on day 2 finals of the 2020 BUCS long Course Championships in Sheffield.
Tonight’s opening session of the British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships (BUCS) swim meet features three relays and two distance events.
Here comes Duncan Scott, ready to take on 3 individual events at the British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS) Championships this weekend.
The British Lion who is Adam Peaty was set to race today in Queensland, but the Miami Super Challenge was cancelled due to torrential downpours.