Belief The Key For Willis & Walker-Hebborn

Andrew Willis [Photo: SWpix.com]

A DQ, an appeal, a fretful night and Andrew Willis barely slept a wink on his way to a 2:08.59 silver lining and berth to Barcelona world titles behind training partner and Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson. Now starts the craft of self-belief, something Chris Walker-Hebborn has had faith in for a while after a word in the ear from coach Chris Nesbit a few years ago

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A DQ, an appeal, a fretful night and Andrew Willis barely slept a wink on his way to a 2:08.59 silver lining and berth to Barcelona world titles behind training partner and Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson. Now starts the craft of self-belief, something Chris Walker-Hebborn has had faith in for a while after a word in the ear from coach Chris Nesbit a few years ago

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