Now in its second year, Scottish Gas SwimBritain encourages more people to swim regularly and saw the decorated stars of British Swimming as well as celebrities such as David Walliams joining the public in the water at 11 locations across Britain between 30th August and 4th October.
Participants compete as teams of four to complete relay challenges of 500m and 1,000m before receiving their hard-earned medals, with some swimmers using the event to raise funds for charity.
Scottish Gas SwimBritain ambassador Hannah Miley said, “It’s great to be a part of SwimBritain in Glasgow this year. To be able to come back to where I won my Commonwealth Gold medal and at the same time, encourage others to take up swimming is fantastic.
“Scottish Gas SwimBritain seeks to inspire people of all ages to become more involved in swimming, which is something I am extremely passionate about. I am proud to be involved in encouraging the next generation of British swimmers."
Ross Murdoch, who also swam during the day said: "Swimming is a massive part of my life and something that I love to do. To be able to share this passion through the Scottish Gas SwimBritain initiative is something that is both important to me and to the future of British Swimming."