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Joe Roebuck

Joe Roebuck has been one of the most consistent performers in British Champs history, amassing an impressive 21 medals - including eight gold - since 2005.

He made his senior debut at the 2006 European Championships but had to wait until 2009 for his next major long course championships after narrowly missing out on making the 2008 Olympic team.

The 2010 season was a fruitful one for Roebuck as he won 200m Individual Medley bronze at the European Champs before scooping two silvers (200m and 400m Individual Medley) for England at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

After gaining more experience at the 2011 World Championships and picking up his first European Short Course medal with 200m Butterfly bronze, he emphatically qualified for London 2012, winning the 200m Butterfly and 200m Individual Medley as well as taking silver in the 400m IM.

He competed in all three events on his Olympic debut later in the season, top finishing with an 11th place in the 200m IM.

After narrowly missing out on the 2013 World Championship team, Roebuck bounced back in 2014, qualifying for and competing at his second Commonwealth Games for England, finishing sixth in the 200m Individual Medley.


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