Craig McNally Takes Summer 200 Back Crown; Tamzin Pugh At The Double

Craig McNally, courtesy of British Swimming

Craig McNally, the Olympic finalist from London 2012 who missed the cut for the world titles, claimed the British summer 200m backstroke title in 1:58.21 at Ponds Forge in Sheffield today. The second day of action proved another winning affair for Tamzin Pugh, 15, on the minute over 100m butterfly and 8:44 in the 800m free

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Craig McNally, the Olympic finalist from London 2012 who missed the cut for the world titles, claimed the British summer 200m backstroke title in 1:58.21 at Ponds Forge in Sheffield today. The second day of action proved another winning affair for Tamzin Pugh, 15, on the minute over 100m butterfly and 8:44 in the 800m free

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