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Randall and Clark scoop bronze in their first competition

11th March 2013

New synchro Duet of Asha Randall and Katie Clark secured the bronze medal at the German Open in Bonn.

Competing for their first time as a Duet the British synchronised swimmers scored well for the spider inspired routine in the free routine final, receiving 83.7875 points to finish behind China's Jiang Ting Ting and Jiang Wen Wen (94.4750) and Ukraine's Lolita Ananasova and Anna Voloshina (90.8750).

The pair showed impressive height on their assisted lifts and boosts to impress the judges.

On their medal Randall said: “The competition went really well for us. It was our first international as a Duet and we went into it with no real expectations.

"We did our job though and came away with a great performance. The competition was a great one to start with too.

“In the Technical routine our elements were good but the height could have been better towards the end but that will come with training.

"In the Free our Artistic Impression was really good so we took that as a real positive."

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