Adam Peaty Bypasses Duel; James Guy Misses Euro S/C; Ross Murdoch Skips Them Both

Big hitters and medallists from Kazan 2015 worlds who came through and have a Rio ticket in their hand - clockwise from top left: Ross Murdoch, set for the 100m but his 200m campaign looks set to be confined to a European challenge, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Jazmin Carlin - all images Patrick B. Kraemer

Adam Peaty will bypass the Duel in the Pool in December but fellow world champion James Guy as well as other podium places from Kazan 2015, including Jazmin Carlin and Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, are among those who will race against the United States as European Stars after having competed at the last two rounds of the World Cup and the European Short-Course Championships. Ross Murdoch will race at World Cup rounds but will bypass both the Duel and the Euro s/c titles

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Adam Peaty will bypass the Duel in the Pool in December but fellow world champion James Guy as well as other podium places from Kazan 2015, including Jazmin Carlin and Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, are among those who will race against the United States as European Stars after having competed at the last two rounds of the World Cup and the European Short-Course Championships. Ross Murdoch will race at World Cup rounds but will bypass both the Duel and the Euro s/c titles

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