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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 earned his first international stripes in 2010, finishing fourth in the 1500m Freestyle at the 2010 European Junior Championships in Helsinki, having placed seventh in his first British Gas Swimming Championship final over the same distance earlier in the year.

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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

Dan Wallace showed plenty of promise as a junior swimmer, qualifying for consecutive European Junior Championships in 2010 and 2011, medalling twice at the latter with 200m Individual Medley silver and 400m Individual Medley bronze.

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James Guy

After winning 400m Freestyle bronze on his European Junior Championship debut in 2012, James Guy made his mark among the senior ranks in 2013, winning 200m and 400m Freestyle bronze at the British Gas Swimming Championships.

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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, competing in all three breaststroke events in Antwerp and finishing fifth in the 200m Breast.

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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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