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Duncan Scott Goes 48.49 For Second In 100 Free Rankings On Final Day Of Edinburgh International Swim Meet
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March 16, 2020— These are unsettling times but what does not change is the ability of elite athletes to produce world-class performances in the face of uncertainty. So it was at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet where Duncan Scott, Tom Dean, Adam Peaty, Luke Greenbank and Jacob Peters all stood atop the podium, rankings rattled. James Guy went 51.84 in the morning heats of the 100 fly before bypassing the final as planned, the focus now on the coming weeks with coach Dave McNulty at the National Centre Bath. Molly Renshaw and Jocelyn Ulyett had a last-length tussle as both women went 2:25 in the ...
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Luke Greenbank breaks own record at Edinburgh International Swim Meet
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March 15, 2020— Luke Greenbank broke his own Edinburgh International Swim Meet record to win the 200m Backstroke on the competition’s final day.
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Edinburgh: Duncan Scott 48.49 100 Free, Jacob Peters Hits Lifetime Best 100 Fly
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March 15, 2020— Edinburgh International Swim Meet concluded tonight with several of Great Britain’s brightest swimming stars taking to the Royal Commonwealth Pool. Adam Peaty threw down a monster 58.13 last night in the men’s 100m breast and followed that up with a 50m breaststroke tonight in 27.14 for another gold. Peaty was quicker in the morning, establishing himself as the top-seeded swimmer in 26.86, a mark just .03 outside the 26.83 he posted at the McCullagh International. Tonight, he led a quartet of Olympic-caliber swimmers with a final time o ...
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