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Back to London 2012 Day Four Swimming Heats And Finals

London 2012 Day Four Swimming Heats And Finals

London 2012 Day Four Swimming Heats And Finals

Michael Jamieson after the 100m Breaststroke semi-finals

Having set a British record 2:08.89 to qualify second fastest from the morning heats, Jamieson paced his semi-final perfectly from lane four, smashing the British record for the second time in a day, touching the wall at 2:08.20 to qualify fastest for the final.

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