Britain’s World-Titles Team To Hone In Rome At 7 Hills Led By Defenders Peaty & Guy

James Guy - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Great Britain’s World-Championships squad is heading to Rome for the Sette Colli Meet and what for most will be their final race test before the showcase in Budapest from July 23 to 30. A last chance before the showcase to hone racing skills and build confidence. Says world 200m free champion James Guy: “I’m in a great place, I’m happy with what I’m doing and how I feel, and this gives me great confidence. The work in the pool and the gym is some of the best I’ve ever done and it’s nice that everything is coming together for Budapest.”

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Great Britain’s World-Championships squad is heading to Rome for the Sette Colli Meet and what for most will be their final race test before the showcase in Budapest from July 23 to 30. A last chance before the showcase to hone racing skills and build confidence. Says world 200m free champion James Guy: “I’m in a great place, I’m happy with what I’m doing and how I feel, and this gives me great confidence. The work in the pool and the gym is some of the best I’ve ever done and it’s nice that everything is coming together for Budapest.”

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