Aimee Willmott, Molly Renshaw, Ellie Faulkner and Georgia Coates were named on the 26-strong Team GB for the Olympics after the British Swimming Championships in Glasgow.
British athletes celebrate being named to the 26-member-strong 2016 Olympic squad.
Despite winning three events at the trials Siobhan-Marie O’Connor expressed her disappointment in her performances over the last week…
Day 2 of British Trials didn’t see any Olympic qualifying swims, but three swimmers came in within the consideration standard. Watch the full videos of both sessions below.
After being left out of her home country’s Olympics in 2012, Molly Renshaw, after swimming a lifetime best, 10th-in-the-world 2:23.56 in the 200 breast, may be left out of the Olympic team yet again.
2016 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS/OLYMPIC TRIALS Tuesday, April 12th – Sunday, April 17th Tollcross International Swimming Center, Glasgow, Scotland Prelims at…
Although no swimmers hit the automatic standards in their events today, Georgia Davies (above), Chloe Tutton, and Molly Renshaw each swam a consideration standard.
Lizzie Simmonds is the top seed in the women’s 100 backstroke heading into Tuesday evening’s finals sessions.
Jazmin Carlin clinched the top seed for tomorrow’s 800m freestyle final.
Michelle Coleman blasts the 3rd-fastest 200m freestyle in the world this season while competing at the Miami Super Challenge.
Catch some of your favorite GBR stars as they reflect on swift racing in Sheffield this weekend.
Georgia Davies scored a new 50m backstroke British National Record on night 3 of ASA Winter Nationals in Ponds Forge.
Molly Renshaw and Ben Proud claim new British National Records on the 2nd night of finals in Sheffield.
Verschuren will now swim in his third consecutive Olympics.
The 2015 Midland Short Course Championships took place in Nottingham, England last weekend, where teams across both the ASA East…