You’ll hear Commonwealth gold medallists Sarah Ruckwood (nee Price) over the commentary every day from Ponds Forge.
But who does she think will be the pick of the swimmers in tonight’s finals session?
Find out in our #NYCS14 Day Three Pricey’s Picks:
“There’s so much to look forward to tonight and hopefully we’ll see some age group records. One of the swimmers that I’m looking forward to seeing most is City of Leeds’ Amelia Clynes who swam the butterfly yesterday.
“It was her 15th birthday and she set an age group record on the first day of being 15. So I’m really looking forward to seeing her again in the 100 fly tonight because it’d be great for her to take that down again.
“For me as well it has to be the Men’s 4x200m Freestyle. There’s nothing really between the top two teams. Hatfield set a very quick time this morning and Millfield did in the previous heat.
“I’ve been trying to get from the coaches whether there will be many changes and nobody is giving anything away so I think we’re really going to have a battle to the last 5m. Millfield won the 4×100 and I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re going for a clean sweep across all three relays.”
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