Luke Greenbank retains 200 Back Crown In Tricky Transition From Junior To Senior

Luke Greenbank - by Gary McCaffery on training camp in Tenerife this year - courtesy of Gmcphotography.org

Luke Greenbank leaves his teenage years behind in September this year. The buoy of success as a boy in international waters left behind two years ago, Greenbank continues to feel the challenge of transition from junior to senior waters and today clocked 1:57.67 to retain the British 200m backstroke title in Sheffield only to find himself shy of consideration target for the World Championships.

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Luke Greenbank leaves his teenage years behind in September this year. The buoy of success as a boy in international waters left behind two years ago, Greenbank continues to feel the challenge of transition from junior to senior waters and today clocked 1:57.67 to retain the British 200m backstroke title in Sheffield only to find himself shy of consideration target for the World Championships.

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