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Jamieson clocks British record in heats

31st July 2012

Michael Jamieson clocked a British record to progress second fastest from the 200m Breaststroke heats on day four at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Backstrokers fifth on day three

30th July 2012

World gold medallists Liam Tancock and Gemma Spofforth finished fifth in their respective 100m Backstroke finals on the third day of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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McClatchey wins heat to make 200m Free semis

30th July 2012

Caitlin McClatchey won her heat to secure a 200m Freestyle semi-final spot at her third Olympic Games.

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Adlington seals London 2012 medal

29th July 2012

Rebecca Adlington won Team GB’s first swimming medal of the 2012 Olympic Games as she stormed to 400m Freestyle bronze in London.

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Adlington seals final spot

29th July 2012

Rebecca Adlington will defend the first of her Olympic titles on day two at the London 2012 Olympic Games after booking her spot in the 400m Freestyle final.

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Gutsy Miley fifth in London

28th July 2012

Hannah Miley put in a gutsy performance to finish fifth on the opening finals session of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Scots shine in opening session

28th July 2012

Hannah Miley and David Carry will become Britain’s first swimming finalists of the London 2012 Olympic Games after impressing in the first morning session at London Aquatics Centre.

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Payne positive after first Serpentine swim as Willis seeks to ‘seize the moment’

27th July 2012

World 10km champion Keri-anne Payne was in a positive mood after her first training session in the Serpentine but insisted Olympic gold will be no formality.

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Team GB swimmers ready for Games

26th July 2012

Team Leader Michael Scott insists his British swimmers are in line to continue their progress from the last Olympics in Beijing four years ago.

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British swimmers touch down in London

24th July 2012

The Team GB Swimming team flew into London City airport this lunchtime ahead of the start of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games this weekend.

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