The schedule includes reverse men’s and women’s
distance events and has been designed to provide a full six days of
fast-paced swimming action.
The event will see medallists from this year’s
European Championships, along with the rest of Great
Britain’s elite, competing for title of British Champion and
qualification into major senior and junior international events
later in the year.
For the British Swimming Championships 2019, there will be
a three-final format; Open Final, Transition Final and Junior
Final. The Open Final will be contested by the eight fastest
qualifiers, irrespective of age.
The Transition Final then serves as an opportunity for the
next fastest eight competitors (born 1996 or later) to contest a
final round. Finally, the Junior Final has been set to mirror the
ages of the World and European Junior Championships, allowing those
age-group swimmers the chance to swim a final if they have not
achieved entry into either the Open or Transition.
The competition runs from 16-21
st April at Tollcross International Swimming Centre. Tickets
will be on sale via The Ticket Factory in December, so keep your
eyes peeled here for further information.
here to view the
schedule for the British Swimming Championships 2019.
To view the
qualifying times and
event conditions click
here and go to the coaches tab.