When is a bodysuit not a bodysuit? The question on many people’s lips as they watched an encouraging showing from the British team at the 2002 European Short Course Championships in Riesa, Germany. All the talk from the camp before the event had been about how the team would be racing tough, without … Continue Reading→
The GB team for the European Short Course Championships in Riesa, Germany from 12-15th December 2002 has been announced:
- David Bartlett (Portsmouth Northsea)
- Ros Brett (Loughborough Uni)
- Simon Burnett (Wycombe District)
- David Davies (City of Cardiff)
- James Hickman (City of Leeds)
- Amy Konowalik (Nova Centurion)
- Karen Lee (Loughborough Uni)
- Melanie Marshall (Loughborough … Continue Reading→
It's easy to forget that the European Championships were running concurrently with the games, and that as a result there was no British representation at them. Of course the domestic swimmers performed admirably in Manchester, but how well would the performances stand up to what went on in Berlin?
So below, we compare the best … Continue Reading→
Al in all an encouraging 4 days for the British team in Linz as the final day of competition drew to a close. A significant improvement on last years medal tally was achieved with Kate Haywood's gold in the 50m breastroke the highlight, but she will, unfortunately, not be please with her 100m final … Continue Reading→
No medals for Britain's juniors on the third day of competition in Austria, but all eyes were on Kate Haywood, who produced a stunning swim in the semi finals of the 100 breastroke.
Haywood from Lincoln Vulcans is the youngest member of England's commonwealth team, and if she repeats the form she showed in … Continue Reading→