A strong British team will contest the LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow, featuring four recently-crowned world champions. Here’s our one-stop-shop for getting to know your home heroes that will descend on Tollcross and compete for medals with Europe’s best. Freya Anderson: a Scouse sensation whose inexorable rise shows no signs of slowing. IG – […]
November 21, 2019
Swimmer Profile - Brodie Williams
Momentum can be a powerful psychological advantage in sport – and it is something Brodie Williams has in spades ahead of the LEN European Short Course Championships. The Millfield School pupil has made major strides in the backstroke over the summer, delivering a 1:56.26 200m clocking in the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in June. That […]
November 20, 2019
Swimmer Profile - James Wilby
Loughborough-based James Wilby will be chasing a maiden podium place on the Short Course stage when he arrives in Glasgow for the European Championships. Having begun competitive swimming at the age of nine at York City Baths Club, the 26-year-old burst on to the international scene at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, where he competed in […]
November 20, 2019
Wednesday at EuroSwim: Kolesnikov set to star
The LEN European Short Course Championships look set for a roaring start on opening day as Europe’s top stars descend on Tollcross desperate to dominate early headlines. A partisan Glasgow crowd will be thrilled by morning heats and evening finals for five days of top-class competition in the pool. Eight individual events will kick off […]
About the LEN European Short Course Championships 2019
Watch as European Champions are crowned as Glasgow, Scotland, hosts the 20th edition of the LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships, taking place in Tollcross International Swimming
Centre between 4-8 December 2019.
Held every two years, the event will see over 500 athletes from all across Europe make their way to
Glasgow to compete in 40 short course (25 metres) swimming events, across 5 days of fast-paced
The event will be hosted by British Swimming in collaboration with partners Glasgow City Council,
Event Scotland and UK Sport. Following the roaring success of the inaugural European
Championships in 2018, the city looks forward to welcoming Europe back to British soil to crown 40
new European Short Course champions.
With Russia having topped the medal table at the 2017 edition in Copenhagen, who will come out on
top in 2019?