See the top British swimmers in action against leading swimmers from across Europe.
In 2020 the meet will host the best in GB challenged by European and Olympic swimmers from the Czech Republic, Norway, Ireland, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, the Faroe Isles and France.
On breaststroke Adam Peaty and Loughborough National Centre team mate James Wilby will hope to keep Stirling University’s Ross Murdoch behind them. Other leading Brits attending from Swansea, Bath and Loughborough National Centre’s include Alys Thomas, Daniel Jervis, James Guy, Siobhan Marie O’Connor, Sarah Vasey, Tom Dean, Molly Renshaw and Luke Greenbank.
Edinburgh University’s Commonwealth and European Games swimmers Lucy Hope, Kathryn Greenslade and David Cumberlidge, Aberdeen’s Hannah Miley and Stirling’s Duncan Scott, Aimee Willmott and Ross Murdoch add local interest.
On Friday night Dan Jervis competes against fellow sub-15 minute swimmer the Czech Republic’s Jan Micka for the 1500m title. Duncan Scott and James Guy compete in the 200 free, Siobhan Maire O’Connor and Molly Renshaw will race Belgium’s Olympian Fanny Lecluyse at 100 breaststroke and there will be fast sprint action in the women’s 50 free and men’s 50 fly skins. James Wilby, Alys Thomas, Freya Anderson, Emily Barclay, Shane Ryan, Luke Greenbank, Hannah Miley, Tom Dean, Aimee Willmott, and Ross Murdoch all should feature in the session.
On Saturday night, Adam Peaty competes over 100m, James Guy and Ireland’s Brendan Hyland compete over 200 butterfly and Max Litchfield, Aimee Willmott and Hannah Miley go in the 400 IM. Alys Thomas, Danish Olympian Jeanette Otteson and Charlotte Atkinson go in 100 fly, and David Cumberlidge takes on Scott McLay, Jack Thorpe, Duncan Scott, James Guy and Alex Bowen in the 50 free skins. Edinburgh’s Lucy Hope and Kathyrn Greenslade will race against Freya Anderson in 200 freestyle.
On Sunday night all eyes will be watching Adam Peaty in the 50 breast skins – can he swim all 5 rounds in less than 28 secs, again? Will Olympian Jeanette Ottesen prevail in the 50 fly skins? James Guy is back in action in the 100 fly. And the event finishes with the blue riband mens’ and womens’ 100 frees featuring Duncan Scott, David Cumberlidge, Scott McLay, Shane Ryan, Lucy Hope, Jeanette Ottesen, Emily Crane and Freya Anderson.
Online spectator ticket sales are now available for purchase (see process outlined below). Tickets may also be available to buy during the meet for heats and finals sessions on a cash only basis.
Heats Friday/Saturday/Sunday £6.00 for each day
Finals Friday/Saturday/Sunday £10.00 for each day
Concession Tickets (16 years and under and 65 years and over)
Heats Friday/Saturday/Sunday £5.00 for each day
Finals Friday/Saturday/Sunday £9.00 for each day
**Please note that tickets are not assigned to particular seats and you will be asked to vacate seats at the end of the heats sessions to allow the pool staff to tidy the spectator gallery**
Online Ticket Purchases – Process
Payment by credit/debit card is required when purchasing tickets online. You first need to complete a short registration process to buy the tickets. When registering you must register as a spectator.
When you have completed your purchase you will receive an immediate order confirmation to your email address. This will be followed by an email containing your tickets, once your payment has cleared.
You MUST bring a hard copy of the tickets with you to the meet.
Each ticket has an individual bar code which will be scanned to provide admittance. Please do not alter the page layout or size when printing your tickets or fold or damage the bar code as this may mean our scanner will be unable to read your ticket.
Each ticket can only be scanned once.
Please do not try to buy tickets without checking the meet programme first to see what heat sessions your swimmers are in. We are unable to refund tickets once ordered through the website.
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