GBR Leaves Budapest With Tokyo 2020 War Chest, “Race Craft” A Work In Progress

Ben Proud - gold and bronze at world titles - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Britain celebrated a second-place finish on the medals for the first time in World-Championship history in Budapest on Sunday night, celebrated – and then headed home to study a box of treasures collected for an Olympic war chest called “Target Tokyo”, the key to which is called “race craft”. A chat with head. coach Bill Furniss

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Britain celebrated a second-place finish on the medals for the first time in World-Championship history in Budapest on Sunday night, celebrated – and then headed home to study a box of treasures collected for an Olympic war chest called “Target Tokyo”, the key to which is called “race craft”. A chat with head. coach Bill Furniss

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