Irish Jig Of Progress In Dublin: Records For Ferguson, Hyland & Bangor Men’s Relay

Conor Ferguson - photo courtesy of Swimming Ireland

Conor Ferguson and Brendan Hyland were the toast of Irish Swimming tonight after they set national records at the Open Championshios in Dublin. And then Bangor men’s 4x100m medley quarter, with Ferguson up front, ripped 5sec off the club’s third relay record at the meet

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Conor Ferguson and Brendan Hyland were the toast of Irish Swimming tonight after they set national records at the Open Championshios in Dublin. And then Bangor men’s 4x100m medley quarter, with Ferguson up front, ripped 5sec off the club’s third relay record at the meet

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Ger

I look forward to seeing how this group progresses under the directorship of John Rudd. It’s good to see some records being set in the meantime.

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