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Summary

  1. Adam Peaty, Jazz Carlin and Ellie Simmonds all in action tonight
  2. Coverage produced by British Swimming for BBC Sport
  3. Coverage on BBC Sport website and App plus Connected TVs

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

British Swimming Championships

Key events from 18:30

Women's 50m Butterfly - Open Final

Men's 50m Breaststroke - Open Final (Adam Peaty in action) 

Women's 800m Freestyle - Open Final (Jazz Carlin in action)

Men's 200m Butterfly - Open Final (James Guy in action)

Women's 100m Backstroke - Open Final (Ellie Simmonds)

Men's 100m Backstroke - Open Final

Women's 200m Breaststroke - Open Final (Hannah Miley, Georgia Coates and Molly Renshaw in action)

Hannah Miley
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Peaty qualifies for the World Championships

Olympic champion Adam Peaty became one of the first British swimmers to reach the 2017 World Championships as he took the British 100m breaststroke title in 57.79 seconds.

Peaty - Britain's first male Olympic swimming gold medallist for 28 years - began his campaign yesterday.

Fellow individual Rio medal winners Jazz Carlin and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor will also race in the six-day event. 

"This is what I race for, to win and I'm pleased with that time," he told BBC Sport after winning his medal.  

Adam Peaty
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How to get into Swimming

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Swimming can boost your mood and increase positivity & sleep quality. Our friends at Get Inspired have put together this handy guide to help you make a splash.

British Swimming Championships 2017

18 April - 23 April

The British Swimming Championships 2017 is the highlight of the national swimming events calendar.

As British Swimming enters a new Olympic cycle, athletes who shone at Rio 2016 will be taking to the pool again for the title of British Champion, as well as there being a new focus on the next group of athletes looking to rise to the challenge and take the top performances on the way to Tokyo and the 2020 Olympics.