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Randall books spot in Solo Free final

22 July 2013

Synchronised swimmer Jenna Randall booked her spot in the Solo Free final on day three of the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona.

Competing in her fifth routine in three days, the Brit scored 87.970 for her ‘Mermaids’ routine to Lana Del Rey’s Mermaid Motel to progress ninth to Wednesday’s final.

"I’ll be really working on the figures; really trying to get the leg extension and extra holds to hopefully get higher marks," - Jenna RandallRandall, who finished ninth in the Solo Tech competition on the opening day in Spain, received scores of 43.530 for technical merit and 44.400 for artistic impression.

And after performing her routine for the first time in competition, Randall admitted she could have no complaints with her efforts.

“I thought that went really well,” said Randall, who is competing at her fourth World Championships

“I’ve been feeling a bit heavy today after doing four events already and waking up early today.

“It was a better swim than when I was warming up earlier so I’m pleased.

“I’ve got finals on Wednesday and I’ll be really working on the figures; really trying to get the leg extension and extra holds to hopefully get higher marks.”

Randall will compete for the fourth consecutive day tomorrow in Barcelona as she and Olivia Federici take to the water for the prelims of the Duet Free routine, having secured a career-best eighth place in yesterday’s Duet Tech.

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