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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Of the five men’s freestyle races to be contested next week, it’s the line-up for the 200m Freestyle which really catch the eye.
Welsh swimmer Calum Jarvis is the fastest entry in the 200m Free, having set a national record to land Commonwealth bronze at Glasgow 2014 last season.
The 22-year old won silver in this event at last year’s British Champs and knows what it takes to top the podium in London, having won 200m Backstroke gold the last time the British Champs were there in 2012.
Millfield’s James Guy was the only one to finish ahead of Jarvis at last year’s British Champs, scooping the 200m Free title as part of a hat-trick of golds which also included the 400m Free and 100m Fly crowns.
The 19-year old also set a PB in the Commonwealth final, placing sixth overall, just 0.05 seconds behind Robbie Renwick, who will also line up in London.
Renwick won the Commonwealth title for Scotland in 2010 and the British title in 2012 – the only other time it was contested in London – and 2013.
He also made the Olympic final in London, finishing sixth in the final, and holds the British record with his 1:45.99 effort from 2009.
There are plenty of other athletes who could put themselves in the chase for a medal, not least Sheffield’s Commonwealth finalist Nick Grainger.
But it could be Warrender’s Daniel Wallace who is the biggest danger to the favourites, having won his first senior international medals with 400m IM gold and 200m IM silver at Glasgow 2014.
Based in the USA, Wallace swam the lead leg for the Scottish silver medal-winning 4x200m Freestyle Relay quartet in Glasgow and is something of an unknown quantity, having swum the majority of his races this season over yards rather than metres.
If the 200m Freestyle field looks strong, this year's 1500m Free could be one of the closest in history.
Loughborough's Dan Fogg is defending champion and has won four of the last five years, including in London three years ago.
His training partner Jack Burnell has finished on the podium the past three seasons but neither he nor Fogg have tapered for the meet, with their attention instead on the upcoming FINA 10km Open Water World Cup in Mexico.
However, there are three who are very much aiming to make the pool team for the 2015 Worlds and the battle for wall could come down to Commonwealth bronze medallist Daniel Jervis and European finalists Stephen Milne and Jay Lelliott, all three of whom ducked under 15 minutes for the first time last season.