Over the next five days, we will be counting down to the 2015 British Swimming Championships by previewing five of the top events we're most looking forward to at AquaZone.
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The men’s 200m and 100m Breaststroke will be two of the most eagerly awaited events on the Champs schedule.
Fans won’t have long to wait for the 200m final, taking place on the opening night in London, with at least four world class swimmers with claims on the title.
London 2012 silver medallist Michael Jamieson will lead the contenders, returning to the scene of his Olympic triumph for the first time.
Jamieson has won the British 200m Breaststroke title four of the last five years although the only year he didn’t win out of those five was in 2012; the last time this event was at London Aquatics Centre.
Bath teammate and Commonwealth bronze medallist Andrew Willis picked up his one and only British gold to date on that occasion and will be desperate to book a spot on the team for his third World Championships, having finished fourth in the 200m Breast final at the last staging in Barcelona two years ago.
Jamieson’s Scottish compatriot Ross Murdoch was a surprise winner of the Commonwealth 200m Breast title at Glasgow 2014 last year, setting a British record to land the title before adding European silver later in the season in Berlin.
The 21-year old hasn’t competed domestically in the 200m Breaststroke since his debut British Champs in 2012 – also in London – where he reached the final and finished seventh.
It would be foolish to miss off Adam Peaty from the shortlist, the 20-year old having claimed British silver behind Jamieson 12 months ago before finishing fourth in the Commonwealth final.
Peaty is also at the helm of this season’s 100m Breaststroke world rankings (at the time of writing) and comes into the shorter distance as European and Commonwealth champion and British record holder.
The City of Derby swimmer was pipped to the wall by Murdoch in last year’s British final, losing out by just 0.23 seconds but he reversed the placings in the European final later in the season.
The two will go head-to-head over two laps on day four with Craig Benson the most likely challenger, having won his only British Champs medal to date with 100m Breaststroke silver the last time the event was in London three years ago.