A Chance For Jamieson To Chase Gyurta Back To Podium

Daniel Gyurta (HUN) and Michael Jamieson )(GBR) head for another 200m battle [Photos: Aniko Kovacs]

After silver in the Olympic 200m breaststroke final at a home Games in London, Michael Jamieson set himself a target of a “place on the podium at very major meet all the way to Rio 2016”. Barcelona 2013 world titles put paid to that; Herning and the European Short-Course Champs offer a chance to get back on track chasing Daniel Gyurta

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After silver in the Olympic 200m breaststroke final at a home Games in London, Michael Jamieson set himself a target of a “place on the podium at very major meet all the way to Rio 2016”. Barcelona 2013 world titles put paid to that; Herning and the European Short-Course Champs offer a chance to get back on track chasing Daniel Gyurta

Comments

Colonel Hall

Taking a team that is less than half the size of some of the more successful swimming nations does not seem to be in line with exposing swimmers to tougher competition.

Craig Lord

Good point (esp at euro s/c level where 4 pr nation were allowed in precisely to given exposure to those on their way up…)

Neil Cleghorn

Money….
Budget cut, short term goals put first.
Seems like one step forward & two back once again for British Swimming.

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