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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.

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Robbie Renwick

After winning silver at the 2005 European Junior Championships, Robbie was thrust into the senior fold in 2006, claiming 4x200m Freestyle Relay silver for Scotland at the Commonwealth Games then making his senior European debut in Budapest later in the year.

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Thomas Haffield

Welsh swimmer Thomas Haffield broke through in 2005, winning his first British medal with 400m Individual Medley bronze then landing the same result on his European Junior Championship debut in Budapest.

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Craig Gibbons

After reaching the 100m Freestyle final at the 2003 European Junior Championships in Glasgow, Craig Gibbons won his first British Champs medal with 100m Freestyle bronze in 2004.

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Daniel Fogg

Dan Fogg broke through at the 2005 European Junior Championships in Budapest, competing over 400m, 800m and 1500m Freestyle for a British team that also featured the likes of Robbie Renwick, Fran Halsall and Hannah Miley.

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Michael Rock

Michael Rock made his senior international long course debut at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, competing in both the 100m and 200m Butterfly as well as the helping the 4x100m Medley Relay quartet to sixth.

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Adam Brown

After 4x100m Freestyle Relay silvers at the 2006 and 2007 European Junior Championships, Adam won silver in the 100m Freestyle at the 2008 British Champs to secure his debut Olympic spot in the 4x100m Freestyle Relay quartet in Beijing.

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Andrew Willis

After reaching the European Junior Championship 200m Breaststroke final in 2008, Andrew Willis broke through into the senior ranks in 2010 to finish fourth in the same event at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

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