We’re taking a look at how the British 18&U racers rearranged the junior world leaders. In addition to the emerging women’s review, let’s see how the men fared.
After earning medals in the men’s 50 and 100 back, 19-year-old Nicholas Pyle has forfeited his 200 back 12th-place seed.
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.
Heading into day 2 prelims of the British Championships, 200 free runner-up Holly Hibbott and versatile Siobhan-Marie O’Connor scratched out of their respective races.
Adam Peaty is headed towards possible history tonight in the men’s 100m breast after already clocking 58.55 in prelims.
In the first finals session of the 2019 British Championships, Nicholas Pyle, Hannah Miley, and Adam Peaty will aim to defend their 2018 titles.
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.
Could teenager Jacob Whittle make it into some senior finals this week in Glasgow at the 2019 British Swimming Championships?
An 18-strong British line-up is headed to Des Moines, including James Wilby, Imogen Clark and Molly Renshaw.
Although Rikako Ikee is listed on the start lists for this weekend’s Manchester International Swim Meet, it’s doubtful she will be racing, as the teen is currently in Turkey training with Sarah Sjostrom.
Check out the 54 athletes named to British Swimmings Performance Program roster for the 2018/19 season.
British Olympic medalist Chris Walker-Hebborn has announced his retirement.
Ben Proud will aim to lower his textile WR of 21.11 in the men’s 50 free final in Glasgow.
Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov and Hungary’s Ajna Kesely made their marks on night 2 of the European Junior Championships.
Hungarian teen Kristof Milak made history at last year’s European Junior Championships and is primed to repeat this time around in Helsinki.