We’ve been collecting at-home workouts conducted by coaches& athletes around the world, with this latest edition coming from Guildford City Swimming Club.
Breaststroker Adam Peaty is set to take on the 50m, 100m and 200m events in Bangor this weekend, where the McCullagh Int’l finals take place in the morning.
Breaststroker Tatiana Belonogoff raced for Great Britain for years, but will now be making a move to represent the nation of Russia.
America’s Kathleen Baker put on a show during the women’s 200m IM, putting up the 2nd best time of her career while competing in Nice.
Anastasia Fesikova (above) defended her Russian title in the 50 back, while Oleg Kostin took out the Russian Record in the 50 fly.
Let’s take a look at how the British 18&U women made an impact on their world rankings after the just-concluded 2019 British Swimming Championships.
Duncan Scott has had a heck of a meet here in Glasgow, collecting gold across the 100m free and 200m IM, both in Scottish National Records and the former in a British National Record. He’ll battle James Guy in tonight’s 200m free main event.
2015 World Champion in the men’s 200 free, James Guy, will look to make the British World Championships squad for 2019 in this same event
After earning medals in the men’s 50 and 100 back, 19-year-old Nicholas Pyle has forfeited his 200 back 12th-place seed.
Adam Peaty is headed towards possible history tonight in the men’s 100m breast after already clocking 58.55 in prelims.
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.
In an event-impacting turn of events, British national record holder Imogen Clark has announced she is withdrawing from the women’s 50m breaststroke event due to injury.
Tatiana Belonogoff is ready to emerge off the junior stage and into the senior spotlight this week in Glasgow.
Swim England’s National Arena League’s 50th anniversary final took place at Cardiff International Pool over the weekend, with Plymouth Leander and Mount Kelley coming away as the respective A and B cup winners.
While competing in Antwerp at the 2019 Flanders Cup, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys clocked a winning 200m free time of 1:46.69 to dip under the FINA ‘A’ cut for this year’s World Championships.