Below you will find links to results and video, where available, to the British Gas Swimming Championships from 2012 back to 2001.
British Gas Swimming Champs 2012
- Where: London Aquatics Centre
- When: 3 - 10 March, 2012
- CLICK HERE FOR A FULL REVIEW OF THE 2012 CHAMPS INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTS, POOLSIDE INTERVIEWS AND FULL RESULTS
British Gas Swimming Championships 2011
- Where: Manchester Aquatics Centre
- When: 5 - 12 March, 2011
- CLICK HERE FOR A FULL REVIEW OF THE 2011 CHAMPS INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTS, POOLSIDE INTERVIEWS AND FULL RESULTS
British Gas Swimming Championships 2010
While Rebecca Adlington stole the headlines with an impressive 200m, 400m and 800m Freestyle hat-trick, there were impressive performances from a trio of Loughborough ITC swimmers at the European and Commonwealth trials.
Lizzie Simmonds smashed her personal bests to win the 100m and 200m Backstroke double, Liam Tancock clocked his second fastest career times in the 100m Freestyle and 100m Backstroke, and Fran Halsall underlined her status as sprint queen by winning a hat-trick of her own with 50m Freestyle, 100m Freestyle and 100m Butterfly gold.
Meanwhile, there were four world records broken as the British disability swimmers set about qualifying for the IPC World Championships. Jonathan Fox (S7) and James Crisp (S9) lowered the 100m Backstroke records in their respective categories, Sascha Kindred (S6) broke the 100m Butterfly record while Liz Johnson (SB6) set a new 100m Breaststroke marker.
British Gas Swimming Champs 2009
Jo Jackson was the star of the 2009 Champs as she set a world record to win the 400m Freestyle and a Commonwealth record en route to 200m Freestyle gold. Hannah Miley impressed with European records to win the 200m and 400m Individual Medley titles while 17-year old Ellen Gandy set a European and Commonwealth record in the 200m Butterfly.
Heather Frederiksen (S8) was the star of the disability events in Sheffield as she broke the 400m Freestyle world record in the heats and final before repeating the feat in the 100m Backstroke. Fresh from her double Paralympic gold in Beijing, Ellie Simmonds (S6) also got in on the act, breaking the 400m Freestyle world record.
|2008||Ponds Forge, Sheffield||31 March - 6 April||RESULTS|
|2007||Manchester Aquatics Centre||26 March - 1 April||RESULTS|
|2006||Ponds Forge, Sheffield||4 - 9 April||RESULTS|
|2005||Manchester Aquatics Centre||16 - 20 March||RESULTS|
|2004||Ponds Forge, Sheffield||7 - 11 April||RESULTS|
|2003||Ponds Forge, Sheffield||19 - 23 March||RESULTS|
|2002||Manchester Aquatics Centre||10 - 15 April||RESULTS|
|2001||Manchester Aquatics Centre||10 - 15 April||RESULTS|