CASSIE WILD thinks she’s having back again to her most effective immediately after getting silver in the 200 metres backstroke very last evening at the Glasgow International Swim Fulfill.
The 2021 European Championship silver medallist was pipped by just 28-hundredths of a second in the closing by Loughborough’s teenager prospect Honey Osrin.
But after lacking out on selection for next month’s world championships, the Tokyo Olympic semi-finalist is bit by bit bouncing back again in advance of the Commonwealth Game titles.
Wild said: “That’s the very first time this calendar year I have finished the 200 back long program, so I just preferred to get back again in and get made use of to swimming it once again.
“This satisfy is about strategies and hoping to get on best of them yet again – but also getting utilized to the soreness once more – the 200 is really hard.
“Trials wasn’t at all what I preferred it to be, so I’m just striving to move it on from there. I’ve struggled with sickness, I’ve had my shoulder personal injury and I wasn’t swimming for really a though so it is form of wonderful to experience like my previous self all over again.”
Keanna Macinnes received the women’s 100m butterfly forward of Scotland team-mate Tain Bruce and Lucy Hope was next in the 50m freestyle.
Craig Benson tuned up for Birmingham by profitable the 50m breaststroke whilst, in the absence of late withdrawal Duncan Scott, Jamie Robertson and Martyn Walton designed it a Stirling College 1-2 in the men’s 50m cost-free.
In the meantime Scottish star Grace Reid was piped to victory by Yasmin Harper in the women’s 1m springboard remaining on the opening night of the British Diving Championships in Sheffield.
James Heatly, already selected for Commonwealths, took bronze in the men’s 1m remaining as Olympic gold medallist Jack Laugher topped the standings.