Day 4 – 4th March
On the last day of the Championships Leah Crisp from City of Leeds, took third place in the Woman’s 1500m Freestyle and Emily Large, from Newcastle Swim Team took third place in the Woman’s 200m Butterfly.
Day 3 – 3rd March
Jay Lelliott, from City of Sheffield, took first place in the men’s 800m Freestyle and Emily Large, from Newcastle Swim Team, took second place in 50m Butterfly junior final.
Day 2 – 2nd March
Success continued for Swim England North East swimmers on day 2. These included first place finishes for Jay Lelliott, City of Sheffield, in the Men’s 400m Freestyle and in the junior finals first place finishes for Ciara Schlasshen, City of Leeds, 200m IM and Rebecca Clynes, City of Leeds, 100m Breaststroke.
There was a second place for Cameron Brooks-Clarke, City of Sheffield, 50m Butterfly and a third place for Charlie Brown, City of Sheffield, in the 100m Backstroke junior final.
Day 1 – 1st March
Despite the challenging weather conditions the British Swimming Championships begun at the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Edinburgh.
Notable successes on the first day of competition from Swim England North East Region athletes were Aimee Wilmot, from Middlesbrough, third in the Woman’s 400m IM Final; Ciara Schlosshan, from City of Leeds, second in the B final of the Woman’s 100m Butterfly: Myles Stirk, City of Leeds, third in the C final of the Men’s 100m Freestyle; Leah Crisp, City of Leeds, third in the C final of the Woman’s 200m Freestyle and Ciara Schlosshan third in the B final of the Woman’s Woman’s 400m IM.
The championships continue until Sunday 4th March and are available to watch on the British Swimming You Tube Channel.