London 2016: GBR Seek To Build On Berlin 2014 & Kazan 2015 But Rio 2016 Is Where It’s At

Adam Peaty at his breakthrough in Berlin - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Britain head coach Bill Furniss told us back in 2014 after Britain topped the medals at Berlin 2014 Europeans: “…never let a season go by without repeating the things that work … If you look at the really successful nations. Look at America – and what they are particularly good at is getting better every year.” If 2014 represented a breakthrough for Britain, then 2015 built on that. But it was always about the 2016 Olympic Games, a home London 2016 Europeans a stepping stone to that, a chance to get some excellent race practice in on the road to Rio

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Britain head coach Bill Furniss told us back in 2014 after Britain topped the medals at Berlin 2014 Europeans: “…never let a season go by without repeating the things that work … If you look at the really successful nations. Look at America – and what they are particularly good at is getting better every year.” If 2014 represented a breakthrough for Britain, then 2015 built on that. But it was always about the 2016 Olympic Games, a home London 2016 Europeans a stepping stone to that, a chance to get some excellent race practice in on the road to Rio

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