Ross Murdoch Lands 1st GBR Global 200m Long-course Cap In 2:09. Willis & Benson Out

Ross Murdoch gets his first Britain cap for the global long-course 200m breaststroke - battle of Budapest in view - photo by Ian McNicol, courtesy of Scottish Swimming

Britain’s 200m breaststroke battle has been a roller-coaster of a ride for all contenders. It was no different today in Sheffield as the two who raced at Rio in the Olympics last year found themselves locked out of world titles in Budapest this July and the nightmare ended for Ross Murdoch in 2:09.15. James Wilby inside consideration time for battle of Budapest; Andrew Willis and Craig benson locked out

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Britain’s 200m breaststroke battle has been a roller-coaster of a ride for all contenders. It was no different today in Sheffield as the two who raced at Rio in the Olympics last year found themselves locked out of world titles in Budapest this July and the nightmare ended for Ross Murdoch in 2:09.15. James Wilby inside consideration time for battle of Budapest; Andrew Willis and Craig benson locked out

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