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Jak Scott

After showing promise as a freestyle and butterfly swimmer, Jak Scott made his first European Junior team in the former, reaching the 100m Free semi finals at the 2009 Championships in Prague.

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Ieuan Lloyd

Ieuan Lloyd enjoyed a fruitful junior career, winning 200m IM gold and 400m IM silver at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival in Tampere before adding 200m IM silver at his first European Junior Championships in Helsinki the following year.

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Michael Jamieson

Michael Jamieson is one of the most succesful British swimmers of his generation, having won medals at Olympic, World and Commonwealth level.

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Antony James

Antony James’ career took off in 2009 when he cut a second off his 100m Butterfly personal best to win silver at the British Championships before clocking a British record at the British Gas Youth Championships later in the year.

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Craig Benson

After an encouraging first taste of international swimming at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival in Tampere, Craig Benson took giant steps forward in 2011 to put himself in the frame for an Olympic spot.

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Robert Bale

Rob Bale showed his potential at junior level, winning two relay golds and 200m Freestyle silver at the 2008 World Youth Championships then 200m Free gold at the European Junior Championships in Belgrade a month later.

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Chris Walker-Hebborn

Chris Walker-Hebborn’s potential was clear when he starred at the 2008 European Junior Championships in Belgrade, returning with four golds including a 100m and 200m Backstroke double.

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Liam Tancock

Liam Tancock is Great Britain’s most succesful male swimmer of the past decade, having won medals at four consecutive FINA World Championships.

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Roberto Pavoni

Having won the 400m Individual Medley title at consecutive European Junior Championships in 2008 and 2009, Roberto Pavoni won his first British 400m IM title in 2010 before making his European Championship and Commonwealth Games debuts later that season.

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