The Power Of Britain & Bath On Breaststroke

Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis [BOA]

Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis both had their problems on the way to the British-title fight over 200m breaststroke; No matter: 2:07.78 for Jamieson and 2:08.56 for Willis, world No 1 and No 3 heading out of trials bound for Barcelona and the FINA World Championships

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Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis both had their problems on the way to the British-title fight over 200m breaststroke; No matter: 2:07.78 for Jamieson and 2:08.56 for Willis, world No 1 and No 3 heading out of trials bound for Barcelona and the FINA World Championships

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Andrew Moss

Interesting to read the quotes from British Trials.. Seems clear that an approach to transition swims from a late trials to World Championships has been heard. With all of the post-London turmoil in the UK and AUS, it is revealing to see that great coach – athlete tandems rise above and produce quality, regardless of the circus around them.

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