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British Masters Championships

The British Masters Championships is the highest level of domestic Masters swimming in Great Britain.

The event, which takes place in a long course 50m pool, rotates between England, Scotland and Wales every year.

With Britain’s fastest Masters swimmers in action, it’s not unusual to see world, European and British records broken at the meet.

The British Masters Championships also features the Cupar Trophy, awarded to the best-performing club at the competition.

This year Scotland hosts the British Masters with swimmers expected from the three home nations and further afield.  Being held at the Aberdeen Sports Village from 17-19 June the event is expected to attract the cream of Masters swimmers.

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Nicola Latty

Nicola Latty, Chair of the Home Countries Masters Swimming Working Group says

“There have been many challenges for everyone to overcome and this is our first opportunity in three years to welcome masters swimmers from all the Home Nations, along with our International visitors, to the British Masters Championships. I’m excited to see everyone competing again and look forward to experiencing the atmosphere on poolside in Aberdeen.”

Those wishing to enter the event can apply via the Scottish Swimming Website via the link in the box below:

British Masters Championships 2022

2022 British Masters Championships will be hosted by Scottish Swimming and will be held at Aberdeen Sports Village from 17-19 June.

British Masters Championships results

View past results from the British Masters Championships using the results links below.

For results further back than 2010, either head to the Masters pages on or view our own Masters swimming results archive folder.