Michael Andrew heads into finals in Canet with a pair of top seeds in the 50 fly and 100 back.
Brazilian Bruno Fratus put up the 2nd fastest 50m free time of his career in Monte Carlo. Can he achieve a similar feat in Canet?
El Reino Unido estará representado en el mundial de Gwangju por un poderoso equipo de 25 nadadores. Entre ellos, Adam Peaty, Duncan Scott y Ben Proud.
It’s no secret that British Swimming set some very high qualification standards for the World Championships, but athletes like Ross Murdoch rose to the challenge and made the squad anyway.
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 – GWANGJU 21/28 Luglio 2019 – nuoto Gwangju, Corea sito web dell’evento Programma gare nuoto Vi…
Ross Murdoch and James Wilby entered the season’s world rankings across more than one event as a result of their performances at the 2019 British Championships.
While we’re waiting on the official British Swimming roster for this summer’s World Championships, let’s take a look at the medal standings by club from over the past week in Glasgow.
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.
James Guy dipped under 1:48 in the 200m freestyle, while Daniel Jervis now sits atop the men’s 1500m world rankings throne.
Commonwealth Games champion Duncan Scott took the men’s 200m fly gold at BUCS, but he also helped his Stirling squad take the men’s medley relay with a 48.22 anchor.
Duncan Scott will try to work his magic alongside University of Stirling teammates and stop another Loughborough BUCS long course team title.
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.
Katinka Hosszu did her usual thing in the morning heats of the 2019 Flanders Cup.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling looks to get his 2019 swimming underway at this weekend’s Flanders Cup in Antwerp, Belgium.
Hear was 21-year-old Duncan Scott has to say about beating out Adam Peaty and Ben Proud to earn British Swimming’s Swimmer of the Year.