The best of British swimming talent will be on show in Edinburgh alongside up-and-coming stars. Current world record-holder in 50m and 100m breaststroke Adam Peaty will compete, as will Commonwealth games gold medalist Ross Murdoch and world championship bronze medalists Jazz Carlin and Siobhan Marie O’Connor.
Adam Peaty is among the British National Team contingency slated to descend upon Edinburgh March 11-13th.
John Mix, FINIS Cofounder/CEO: “With the development of the Onyx, we have created a technical racing suit for the world’s most elite athletes, and with the Olympics a short time away, that is needed now more than ever.”
Scottish swimmer Ross Murdoch gets his tan on while training in Perth, Australia during the month of January.
Robbie Renwick, Duncan Scott, Kathryn Johnstone – just some of the names who are now etched in the Scottish Swimming record books.
Robbie Renwick and Camilla Hattersley closed out the Scottish Short Course Championships by setting new national records in both the men’s and women’s 200 freestyle…
5 World Champions join the Great Britain team to compete at the 2015 European short course championships.
Stirling’s Ross Murdoch swam away with a trio of breaststroke victories over the weekend as the SASA North District Grand Prix.
Craig Benson is emerging as quite the threat out of Stirling with his trio of breaststroke wins at BUCS, positioning him in the top 3 in the 50m, 100m and 200m in the world.
Yannick Agnel appears on the World Cup Doha start lists, potentially marking his return to competition since pulling out of the World Championships due to illness.
World Record holder Adam Peaty will aim for a first ever European Championships Short Course medal in December.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2016. After extensive selection procedures, including an analysis…
Duncan Scott (2nd from left) earned British Swimming’s ‘Emerging Athlete of the Year’ award, further cementing the University of Stirling as a threatening force on the international swimming scene.
The Scottish National Team Championships will be held over two sessions. Participating teams will comprise of 10 Junior Teams and two Invitational “Open” Teams.
Scotland’s Robbie Renwick is riding a renewed wave of success since moving to his new training base of Stirling University.