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Josh Walsh

After competing at the 2009 European Junior Championships in Prague, Josh Walsh made his breakthrough into senior contention with a successful 2011 season.

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Ben Proud

Ben Proud burst on to the scene in 2013 with a couple of stand-out performances on the national stage.

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Craig McNally

Craig McNally sampled his first taste of elite level international swimming as a 17-year old rookie for Team Scotland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

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Jack Burnell

Jack Burnell is a promising distance swimmer who made his World Championship debut in Barcelona in 2013.

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Ross Murdoch

Ross Murdoch has made remarkable progress since making the 200m Breaststroke final at his British Gas Swimming Championships debut courtesy of a seven-second personal best at London Aquatics Centre.

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Dan Wallace

After a promising junior career, Dan Wallace broke through to the senior ranks with an outstanding 2013 season in which he won domestic medals in both USA and Great Britain.

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James Guy

James Guy first rose to prominence with a British Age Group record (16 yrs) to win 400m Freestyle bronze on his European Junior Championship debut at the 2012 event in Antwerp.

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Calum Jarvis

Calum Jarvis made his national breakthrough as a backstroke swimmer, finishing fifth over 200m Backstroke at the 2010 British Champs then improving to fourth in Manchester the following season.

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Adam Peaty

Adam Peaty has made rapid progress since making his first European Junior Championship team in 2012 following two semi-final appearances at the British Gas Swimming Championships and Olympic Trials in London.

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Matthew Johnson

After winning his first senior British medal with 1500m Freestyle bronze as a 14-year old in 2010, Matthew Johnson took international competition in his stride the following season.

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