Guy and Proud win World Cup medals in SingaporeOctober 24, 2016
James Guy and Ben Proud won silver and bronze respectively at the 2016 FINA World Cup leg in Singapore.
The two Brits have been regulars on the World Cup series this season with Guy reaching the podium at five of the six previous legs.
The 20-year old from Millfield continued his medal run in the 400m Freestyle in Singapore.
He clocked 3:43.00 in the final to finish behind Ukraine’s double European medallist Mykhailo Romanchuk.
Guy also finished fourth in the 200m Freestyle, missing the podium by just 0.11 seconds in 1:44.35.
Proud wins Fly bronze while Vasey clocks PB
Proud won bronze in the 50m Butterfly to back up his silver in the same event from the previous leg in Doha.
The Plymouth Leander swimmer clocked 22.60 for his medal in Singapore – just 0.03 slower than his effort in Qatar.
Sarah Vasey was the only other English swimmer in action in Singapore.
The City of Derby swimmer set a PB 30.43 to finish fifth in the 50m Breaststroke final.