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Summary

  1. Men's and women's individual 'A' and 'B' finals
  2. Imogen Clark wins women's 100m breaststroke; Siobhan-Marie O'Connor disqualified
  3. Kayla Sanchez win women's 200m Individual Medley and 100m freestyle
  4. James Guy beats Joe Litchfield to men’s 100m Butterfly title
  5. James Wilby wins men's 50m breaststroke; Max Litchfield the 400m freestyle
  6. Sam Horrocks beats Joe Litchfield in men's 100m IM final
  7. Coverage provided by Swim England for BBC Sport

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Friday's highlights

    Women’s 100m Breaststroke – Commonwealth champion Sarah Vasey will face strong competition from Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, Katie Matts and Imogen Clark.

    Women’s 200m Individual Medley – Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is the stand out entrant in this race with Canada's Kayla Sanchez.

    Men’s 100m Butterfly - Olympic silver medalist and World Champion James Guy comes up against Joe Litchfield.

    Men’s 50m Breaststroke – Commonwealth Games champion James Wilby will be challenged by Lawrence Palmer and David Murphy for the top honours.

    Women’s 100m Freestyle – Kayla Sanchez was quickest in the heats and will be facing tough competition from Marie Wattel and Anna Hopkin.

    Siobhan-Marie O’Connor
  2. The National Winter Championships

    The Swim England National Winter Championships is the biggest English swimming meet of the winter months, with Britain’s top senior swimmers often involved.

    The National Winter Champs offers a Christmas feast of fast swimming with a range of historic and prestigious swimming trophies handed out to event winners.

    After being held as a long course competition in 2017, this year’s Swim England National Winter Championships will return to the short course 25m format.

    The 2018 Championship takes place from 14 – 16 December 2018.

    BBC coverage

    Friday 14 December

    16:20-20:30, finals, Connected TV and online

    Saturday 15 December

    16:30-20:30, finals, Connected TV and online

    Sunday 16 December

    16:30-20:30, finals, Connected TV and online

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into swimming

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    How do I start?

    Find out how you can learn to swim in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. You can also use Swim England's pool finder to find your local swimming baths.

    But what is swimming?

    One of the nation's most popular activities, swimming is for anyone and everyone. From chilling out on the inflatables to doing several laps in the deep end, it's hard not to love a dip in the pool.

    Is it for me?

    Learning to swim is an important life skill and a great way to keep active, hundreds of thousands of people in the UK use swimming as a way to keep fit, relax and have fun.

    What else can you do in the pool?

    • Synchronised swimming could be a fun activity to try out with friends, but if you don't like having your head under water then Aqua fitness could be a good alternative.
    • Water Polo is exciting to watch and a lot of fun to play. This dynamic game requires three basic skills: swimming, treading water and passing. Find out more about the sport in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

    To get you in the mood ...

    Video content

    Video caption: 100 year old who handstands under water