Jay Lelliot Takes Brit ‘Fly Crown As Era Of Boys Born After Phelps WR No1 Dawns

Jay Lelliot, who made his England debut in 2014 and took his first medal for Britain the same season over 400m at the European Championships in Berlin - photo courtesy of British Swimming

Jay Lelliot claimed the British summer 200m butterfly crown in 1:58.03 at Ponds Forge in Sheffield this evening and 10sec behind him, Charlie Hutchinson, 13 and yet too be born when Michael Phelps set his first world record, set a Brit age mark

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Jay Lelliot claimed the British summer 200m butterfly crown in 1:58.03 at Ponds Forge in Sheffield this evening and 10sec behind him, Charlie Hutchinson, 13 and yet too be born when Michael Phelps set his first world record, set a Brit age mark

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