SwimmingDepth Of Quality On Display In Men's 200 Free

Depth Of Quality On Display In Men’s 200 Free

The final day of the British Championships dawned with the men’s 200 free one of the most highly-anticipated events given the depth of quality in domestic waters.

Tom Dean and Duncan Scott – gold and silver medallists at the Tokyo Olympics – are joined by Matt Richards and James Guy, with whom they combined to win the 4×2 title at the 2020 Games.

They’re joined by Jacob Whittle and Joe Litchfield, members of the relay squad that won bronze at the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.

Men’s 50m Butterfly

Ben Proud returned to the water the morning after winning the 50 free and all but booking a trip to Fukuoka.

The 2017 world champion made his customary superb start in the final heat to touch in 23.74 as third fastest into the final behind Lewis Fraser (23.57) and Jacob Peters (23.65).

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