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Seven medals for British at Austin Grand Prix

16th January 2012

Jemma Lowe scooped a butterfly double as the British Gas GBR Swimming Team returned from the Austin Grand Prix in Texas with seven medals.

Lowe finished 2011 in sparkling form with 100m and 200m Butterfly silver at the European Short Course Championships and she repeated that result in Austin.

The Welsh swimmer ultimately touched in 58.16 for her medal in the 100m Fly before clocking an impressive 2:07.39 for silver over twice the distance.

British Gas ITC Swansea teammate Georgia Davies also walked away with two medals from the 100m and 200m Backstroke respectively.

Davies has enjoyed greater success over the sprint distances but recorded an impressive 2:11.10 for silver in the 200m Backstroke.

The 21-year old scooped bronze in the 100m Backstroke 24 hours later, ultimately touching in 1:00.67.

Meanwhile, Jazz Carlin won 400m Freestyle silver (4:07.89), Tom Allen took 1500m Freestyle bronze (15:42.33) and Richard Webb scooped 200m Breaststroke bronze (2:13.51).

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