James Brown & Conor Ferguson Give The Irish Reasons To Sing “I feel good! da, da …”

James Brown - 2:02.9 Irish 200Im record ... just like he knew he would... courtesy of InPho Photography and Swim Ireland

What a way to end the party of progress in the Irish swimming shoal at the Open Championships in Dublin this evening: a 25.24 blast in the 50m backstroke from 18-year-old Conor Ferguson for another race at world titles in July – and a national record in the 200m medley from 20-year-old James Brown – a cue for them all to be singing “I feel good da da da da da da da” if ever there was one

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What a way to end the party of progress in the Irish swimming shoal at the Open Championships in Dublin this evening: a 25.24 blast in the 50m backstroke from 18-year-old Conor Ferguson for another race at world titles in July – and a national record in the 200m medley from 20-year-old James Brown – a cue for them all to be singing “I feel good da da da da da da da” if ever there was one

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