Get ready, as the first nation’s Olympic Trials entry lists have been posted. Check out Ireland’s line-up for its Championships set for April.
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.
Catch up on day 2 action at McCullagh, with Duncan Scott, Adam Peaty, Kathleen Dawson and more among the headliners in Ireland.
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
Straight off his bronze medal in the 50m back from Glasgow, 25-year-old Shane Ryan lowered his own Irish national record in the 100 free.
Martina Carraro e Arianna Castiglioni salgono insieme sul podio di Glasgow. Oro Per Martina Carraro e Argento per Arianna Castiglioni
We’ve got 9 finals tonight, with the total medal count almost doubling on day 3. Vladimir Morozov looks for Russia’s fourth-straight men’s 50 free gold.
Ross Murdoch is feeling good after clocking a new Scottish national record en route to making tomorrow night’s 100m breaststroke final.
Catch up on the numerous national records that bit the dust on day 1 of the 2019 European Short Course Championships in Glasgow.
Katinka Hosszu is after her third-straight Short Course Euro title in the women’s 400 IM, one of six finals on opening night.
18-year-old Ellen Walshe produced a new Irish national record in the women’s 50m fly while competing in Aberdeen, Scotland.