Miley and Renwick among final entries for 2014 Champs

19th March 2014

Commonwealth champions Hannah Miley and Robbie Renwick were two of the last swimmers to confirm they will compete at the 2014 British Gas Swimming Championships after entries closed today.

British Swimming Champs TicketsThe pair were Scotland’s only gold medallists at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and will look to complete their qualification for this year’s home Games in Glasgow.

Miley is a 15-time British champion and will be aiming to capture a ninth consecutive gold in the 400m Individual Medley – the event in which she won the Commonwealth title four years ago and is reigning World Short Course champion.

The Garioch swimmer is also a former champion in the 200m Breaststroke and 200m Individual Medley and has entered both those along with another nine events (200m, 400m & 800m Freestyle, 100m & 200m Backstroke, 50m & 100m Breaststroke, 100m & 200m Butterfly).

Renwick’s Commonwealth gold came in the 200m Freestyle four years ago and he will go for a third consecutive British title in Tollcross.

The 25-year old will also defend his 400m Freestyle crown and aim to add further medals in the 100m Free and 100m Backstroke.

Click here to see a final list of who has entered the British Gas Swimming Championships 2014.

Renwick will have British teammate James Guy for company in the 200m and 400m Free after the 18-year old confirmed his entry for Tollcross.

Guy is World Junior silver medallist in both events and finished fifth in the 400m Freestyle on his World Championship debut in Barcelona last summer.

The teenager won his first British titles with bronze in both the 200m and 400m Free last season and will look to secure a place on the England squad for his first Commonwealths in those events, as well as the 100m Butterfly.

Finally, Craig McNally will aim to defend his 200m Backstroke title after confirming his entry for Glasgow.

The 21-year old broke through with his first British title last season before reaching the final and finishing sixth in the same event on his World Championship debut in Barcelona.

McNally made his Commonwealth debut in Delhi four years ago and has entered the 50m, 100m and 200m Backstroke as he aims to secure a spot at his second Games.

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