Catch up on the latest swimming news from around the web, with this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines featuring Tom Derbyshire, City of Derby and more.
Straight out of the European Short Course Championships, 200m free silver medalist from Glasgow Duncan Scott will compete once again.
British World Champion James Guy is scheduled to compete at the 2019 Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend in his home nation.
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.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will aim to add her name to Great Britain’s World Championship roster tonight in the women’s 200 IM.
After swimming the 3rd-fastest time in the world this year, can Ben Proud pull off something special in tonight’s 50 free final?
After scratching her races in the 200 breast and 100 free, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is listed in the 200 IM heat sheets.
Duncan Scott looks primed to take the mens 100m freestyle title tonight in Glasgow.
With no scratches to report, Daniel Jervies, Alys Thomas, and Duncan Scott will aim to defend their 2018 British titles.
The Edinburgh International Swim Meet is truly living up to the ‘international’ part of its namesake, as athletes from Spain, Denmark and beyond will be joining a strong British contingency at the Royal Commonwealth Pool this weekend. Among them is new mom Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark.
Bath got on the board during day 1 of the 2019 BUCS LC Championships, courtesy of Tom Derbyshire’s double victories in the men’s 800m and 1500m freestyle events, as well as silvers for the team from Matthew Wright and William Ryley.
Duncan Scott will try to work his magic alongside University of Stirling teammates and stop another Loughborough BUCS long course team title.
Night 1 of the 2018 British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships (BUCS) brought the women’s 800m freestyle and men’s 1500m freestyle to Ponds Forge to kick-off the 3-day meet.
Next week’s Irish Open will see a young, swift American contingency compete against its nation’s best.
Loughborough began its 2018 BUCS LC Championships with wins in both the women’s 800m and men’s 1500m freestyle events.