Kazan The Past; Glasgow The Present; Rio “Where Battle Will Be Fought”, Says Furniss

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

The British Swimming Championships will run over six days from Tuesday April 12 to Sunday the 17th at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre that hosted a thrilling Commonwealth Games in 2014. Head coach Bill Furniss: “There is nothing to be gained and everything to lose by getting involved in a virtual contest with other nations. After Glasgow we need to re-focus on Rio – that is where the competition will be fought and not before.”

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The British Swimming Championships will run over six days from Tuesday April 12 to Sunday the 17th at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre that hosted a thrilling Commonwealth Games in 2014. Head coach Bill Furniss: “There is nothing to be gained and everything to lose by getting involved in a virtual contest with other nations. After Glasgow we need to re-focus on Rio – that is where the competition will be fought and not before.”

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