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Jamieson and Allen continue World Cup medal charge

21 October 2013

British swimmers Michael Jamieson and Sophie Allen continued their 2013 FINA World Cup medal charge at the fifth leg in Doha, Qatar.

Jamieson and Allen will be competing for the European Allstars at the Duel in the Pool in December - click here for full teams.Olympic silver medallist Jamieson comfortably took 200m Breaststroke gold for the second World Cup leg in succession, finishing more than two seconds clear of the field in 2:05.93.

His British Gas ITC Bath compatriot Allen was in record-breaking form as she sliced more than a second off her own English 200m Individual Medley record, touching in 2:06.36 for silver behind Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu (2:05.45).

She added a second silver on day two in Qatar courtesy of a personal best 2:07.20 to finish behind Hosszu (2:06.60) again in the 200m Butterfly.

Allen also clocked personal bests over 100m Breaststroke (1:06.36) and 200m Breaststroke (2:23.17), finishing fifth and fourth in those two events respectively, while she placed seventh in the 50m Breaststroke in 31.29.

Liam Tancock was the third Brit in finals action in Doha, finishing fifth in the 100m Individual Medley in 54.12, sixth in the 100m Backstroke in 52.51 and eighth in the 50m Backstroke in 24.38.

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