Live streaming and text updates from Leeds
We hoped you enjoyed the live streaming from the British Gas International Meet from 7-10 March 2013. This has now finished. Below you will find links to athlete interviews and results from the event.
Final day text updates from heats
12:37: That's your lot for this morning. The live streaming will be back online at 17:30 for the last finals session from Leeds.
12:36: Danielle Bailey (SB3) sets a personal best swimming on her own in the MC 50m Breaststroke. She beats her old best of 1:29.30 to clock 1:27.29.
And Lyndon Longhorne (SB3) rounds off the session, narrowly missing his personal best as he sets 1:03.70 in the men's MC 50m Breaststroke.
12:32: Scott Quin (SB14) takes that heat and is top qualifier with a 1:10.49 for 847 points.
O'Shea is second qualifier while Dan Pepper (SB14) set 1:14.20 to go through third with 726 points.
12:29: Good swim from James O'Shea (SB5) who wins the first heat in 1:39.41 for 780 points.
British SB4 record for Andy Mullen as well - he knocks an enormous 15 seconds off his PB to clock 2:02.11 - sailing under Anthony Stephens' old marker of 2:08.12.
12:22: Nicole Lough (SB14) is right on her PB as she clocks 1:22.98 to take the final heat with 794 points.
Henshaw leads qualifiers, Harriet Lee (SB9) sets 1:23.39 for 785 points and is third through.
Also in the SB9 classification, Stephanie Slater lowers her personal best to 1:25.88.
12:18: Charlotte Henshaw (SB6) with a good time to win the second heat in 1:40.75 for 852 points.
Liz Johnson (SB6) also posting a nice time - 1:44.19 for 770 points. Amy Marren (SB9) continues her record of setting a PB in every race here in Leeds - she's lowered her time to 1:30.43 for 616 points.
12:14: Craig Rodgie (S14) sets a PB 25.98 to lead qualifiers from those men's MC 50m Free heats - he stops the clock on 25.98.
Matt Walker (S7) is second through with 844 points for her 29.28 while Jack Thomas (S14) sets a PB 27.12 for 811 points and third spot.
12:11: Josef Craig and Jon Fox (both S7) should both make final after breaking 800 points. Craig touched in 29.67 and Fox in 29.72.
12:06: Jessica-Jane Applegate breaks her own British S14 record to set 28.24 and lead qualification on 1077 points.
Chloe Davies (S14) also a PB 30.44 for second in 860 points, Amy Marren a PB 30.75 for 842 points in third.
A PB for Alice Tai (S10) who also qualifies strongly with 756 points for her 30.84.
12:02: 677 points for Ellie Simmonds as she wins her MC 50m Freestyle heat in 39.60.
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11:57: Ready for some MC heats? GB's Paralympic stars are competing in MC 50m Freestyle and MC 100m Breaststroke this morning.
Danielle Bailey and Lyndon Longhorne will also go in separate 50m Breaststroke races, trying to beat the current British record to win a medal.
11:20: We've got a short break before the MC heats start at 12:00.
I'm really pleased with a second senior medal. I swam that for my friend Chloe who died recently. I've really gained confidence here so I just went into that race relaxed.
11:11: Rory Lamont will be the eighth swimmer in the 50m Back final - he wins the swim-off in 26.26 to Jack Ness' 26.73.
11:08: Jimmy Guy wins another gold! He's had a fantastic meet.
He slices more than 16 seconds off his personal best to win 800m Freestyle gold in 8:04.38. It was his first 800 since 2011 but still, cracking effort.
Dan Fogg was right on heels for the last 200m but was held off and settled for silver in 8:05.38 while Tom Sunter won bronze in 8:08.51.
10:58: Joel Knight wins the penultimate 800m Free heat and sets the time for these fast heat swimmers to beat of 8:10.89.
10:42: Just three heats of 800m Freestyle to finish the AB races this morning. Robbie Renwick, Dan Fogg, James Guy all in the third 'fast' heat.
Fastest three from these heat will get the podium spots.
10:39: Lizzie Simmonds eases through the final heat to win it in 2:13.97 from Natasha Hofton in 2:15.90.
Could be a tight final - Van Rouwendaal, Quigley and Simmonds qualify with 0.25 of each other. Mann, Fullalove, Hofton, Kira Toussaint (2:16.89) and Kathryn Willis (2:17.73) in the other final spots.
10:36: Sharon Van Rouwendaal wins the penultimate heat in 2:13.72, narrowly edging out Lauren Quigley in 2:13.92.
10:33: Karley Mann clocks a nice 2:14.72 to win her heat ahead of Jessica Fullalove in 2:15.48.
10:30: Next up are the women's 200m Backstroke heats. Lizzie Simmonds goes in the fifth heat.
10:22: Bastiaan Lijesen looking good as he wins the final 50m Back heat in a 25.56 from Marco Loughran in 25.88.
Knight goes through third fastest with Andrew McGovern (26.27 PB), Tancock, David Gregory (26.55), Sam Horrocks (26.74 PB) joining him.
Rory Lamont and Jack Ness will have a swim off for the final spot after both setting 26.92 - a personal best for both.
10:19: No issues for Liam Tancock in 50m Back qualifying. He's just won his heat with a 26.40 effort. He's second fastest so far behind Liam Knight's PB 26.21.
10:13: Jeanette Ottesen Gray dominates the last heat to set the fastest time of the morning with a 59.08.
Kromowidjojo, O'Connor, Kelly, Smith, Tilly Gray (60.51), Wilkins and Katie Ambridge (61.12) will also make it through to tonight's senior final.
10:12: Ranomi Kromowidjojo has won heat four in 59.99 with Sophie Smith (60.50 PB) and Emma Wilkins (60.84) in close pursuit.
10:08: Siobhan-Marie O'Connor has just won heat three of the women's 100m Butterfly in 60.40 ahead of Rachael Kelly on 60.49.
10:00: Sebastiaan Verschuren wins the final heat in an impressive 49.71 and will lead qualifiers with that.
Renwick and Turner either side of him for the final, Andrew Bushell (50.97) also beat 51 seconds while Ervin, Kane Haggett (51.20), Alasdair Stirling (51.22) and Jak Scott (51.22) make up the line-up.
09:58: Anthony Ervin has clocked a 51.03 to win heat three but Robbie Renwick (50.83) and Grant Turner (50.84) have both gone faster than that in heat four.
09:54: Five heats of 100m Freestyle now - Jack Smith has just won heat two in 51.37.
09:52: Moniek Nijhuis wins the final heat in 31.39 ahead of Ruta Meilutyte in 31.50.
Those two leads qualifiers with Johnstone third fastest. Then it's Taylor, Wilson, Corrie Scott (32.62), Andrea Stachan (32.68) and Laura Kinley (32.73).
09:49: Sophie Taylor, swimming in her home pool here in Leeds, wins heat four in 32.19 from Rachael Wilson in 32.41.
09:47: Women's 50m Breaststroke heats next up. Kathryn Johnstone takes heat three in 31.96 and she's the only swimmer under 32 seconds so far.
09:43: Joe Roebuck edges out Lewis Coleman to claim the final heat in 2:04.27 to Coleman's 2:04.45.
So it's Pav in lane four tonight. Lloyd and Harrington either side of him then Mohammed, Roebuck, Coleman, Max Litchfield (2:04.58) and Tom Litten (2:04.69).
09:40: Ieuan Lloyd takes the fourth heat in 2:03.40 from Xavier Mohammed in 2:04.13. They should both be safely through as well.
09:38: Roberto Pavoni wins heat three with a good 2:01.78 from Adam Harrington in 2:03.79. They're the top two with two heats to go.
09:31: Men's 200m Individual Medley heats are next up - Roberto Pavoni goes in heat three, Ieuan Lloyd in four and Joe Roebuck in five.
09:25: Hannah Miley wins the final heat in 4:13.71 from Ellie Faulkner in 4:14.80.
Sasha Matthews the fastest qualifier then - Miley and Carlin will be either side of her. Then it's Faulkner, Sharon Van Rouwendaal (4:15.07), Aimee Willmott (4:15.22), Becky Turner (4:16.89) and Lucy Charles (4:17.00).
09:22: Sasha Matthews wins the penultimate heat in 4:13.24 from Jazz Carlin in 4:13.85. Sharon Van Rouwendaal (4:15.07) and Keri-anne Payne (4:17.33) also go faster than heat three.
09:17: Rachael Williamson sets the fastest time so far with a 4:19.23 effort to win heat three from Rachel Williams in 4:20.57.
09:01: First event this morning is the women's 400m Freestyle.
Anne Bochmann goes in heat three, Jazz Carlin and Keri-anne Payne in heat four and Hannah Miley, Ellie Faulkner and Aimee Willmott in heat five.
08:45: What to look forward to today? Jazz Carlin going for a golden hat-trick in the 400m Freestyle - she's already won 800m and 1500m gold.
Roberto Pavoni, Ieuan Lloyd and Joe Roebuck are the three top entries in the 200m IM.
Plymouth's Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte is back in the 50m Breast before GB's top sprinters take on a handful of Dutch challengers and USA's Anthony Ervin in the 100m Freestyle.
Denmark's Jeanette Ottesen Gray is the fastest entry in the women's 100m Fly while Britain's world champion Liam Tancock returns for the 50m Backstroke.
Lizzie Simmonds then goes in the 200m Back heats before three heats of men's 800m Freestyle.
In the MC events, we've got 50m Freestyles, 100m Breaststrokes and 50m Breaststrokes, with plenty of London 2012 Paralympic medallists on show.
08:41: Here are a couple of interviews from last night's mixed zone.
Firstly Fran Halsall. She won another silver yesterday in the 50m Freestyle to go with her 100m Free bronze and her 50m Fly silver.
And here's another video with a 14-year old Paralympian Amy Marren - she's set a PB in every race so far in Leeds (heats and finals) and set a European SM9 200m Individual Medley record last night.
08:35: Good morning. Welcome to our live text update coverage of the final day here in Leeds at the British Gas International Meet.
If you missed yesterday's action, here's links to the daily reports with reaction from the winners of the AB and MC events.