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Swim Ireland has announced its line-ups for the biggest meets of the summer, including the World Championships, World Junior Championships, European Junior Championships and the Youth Olympic Festival.
Check out the behind-the-scenes shots at the 2019 Irish Open Swimming Championships, courtesy of David Kiberd.
Shane Ryan collected a World Championships-qualifying time en route to gold tonight in Dublin.
25-year-old National Centre Dublin swimmer Shane Ryan made more Irish history competing on the penultimate session of the 2019 Open Swimming Championships.
Darragh Greene continued his record-breaking train with a new mark in the 200 breaststroke at the 2019 Irish Open Championships.
Jack McMillan earned a new Irish National Record to kick-off day 1 of the National Championships in Dublin tonight.
Ireland’s biggest event is set to kick-off on Wednesday, as over 400 swimmers from 68 clubs will be descending upon the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin to vie for qualification times for this year’s most elite competitions.
25-year-old Shane Ryan doubled up on his 100m free victory from last night with another gold tonight in the 100m back at the 2019 McCullagh International.
Eoin Corby took a nearly 10-year-old Irish Junior National Record off the books on day 1 of the 2019 McCullagh International.
The 2019 McCullagh International Meet is set to put Irish talent on display, as national record holders Shane Ryan, Darragh Greene, Conor Ferguson, Jordan Sloan, Brendan Hyland and Danielle Hill are all expected to compete.
On the heels of its Transition Squad announcement, Swim Ireland has also now published its qualification criteria for the 2019 European Short Course Championships taking place this December in Glasgow, Scotland.