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British Swimming Announces Squad Of 40 For Europeans; Second Chance To Book Tokyo Tickets
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
April 29, 2021 — The British Olympic team plus a further 12 swimmers have been selected to a 40-strong squad for the European Championships next month.

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British Swimming Championships To Go Ahead As Selection Trials With Focus On Tokyo
New dates: April 14-18
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
March 2, 2021 — The 2021 British Swimming Championships will go ahead in April as the British Swimming Selection Trials with the focus on selection to Toky0.

2021 British Swimming Olympic Trials
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Peaty, Scott, Wilby And Greenbank Confirmed As First Four Swimmers On Team GB For Tokyo
Peaty, Scott, Wilby And Greenbank confirmed...
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Jan. 20, 2021 — Adam Peaty, Duncan Scott, Luke Greenbank and James Wilby have been confirmed as the first swimmers to be named to Team GB for the Tokyo Olympics. The quartet earned their place on the team following their medal-winning performances in individual events at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju with British Swimming revising its selection policy for the postponed Games. While the four were nominated to the team in December , Wednesday’s announcement confirmed their selection to the Games which are scheduled for July and August although the rise in coronavirus cases around the world h ...

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40 British Swimmers Are Budapest Bound, With 12 Seeking OLY Qualification
SWIMSWAM
April 29, 2021 — On the heels of British Swimming announcing its initial Olympic roster, the organization has also just revealed the lineup for May's European Championships.

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British Swimming Fully Supports Decision To Postpone Olympics To 2021
SWIMSWAM
March 24, 2020 — As revealed this morning, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has officially postponed the next Summer Olympic Games to next year, making it Tokyo 2021. Athletic federations around the world are issuing statements of support of the move, with reasons ranging from overall safety of athletes, spectators and the world at large, to the fact that must athtles across sports are currently unable to train due to closures and shelter-in-place-type orders. British Swimming, for example, says it ‘welcomes the decision of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee to postpone the Olympic and Para ...
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