Ross Murdoch Seeks 3rd-Time Lucky result In 200 ‘Tooth-&-Nailer’ With Andrew Willis

Ross Murdoch - by Ian MacNicol

Ross Murdoch, the European champion, and Andrew Willis, fourth in the Olympic final in Rio last year four years beyond racing in the London 2012 showdown, led the way into the the 200m breaststroke battle on 2:10 and 2:11 on the fourth of six days of action at the British Championships in Sheffield this morning. For Murdoch it will be a case of third time lucky if he lands a ticket to world titles in Budapest this July. And James Guy and Duncan Scott head to a 100m battle off stroke … on butterfly

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Ross Murdoch, the European champion, and Andrew Willis, fourth in the Olympic final in Rio last year four years beyond racing in the London 2012 showdown, led the way into the the 200m breaststroke battle on 2:10 and 2:11 on the fourth of six days of action at the British Championships in Sheffield this morning. For Murdoch it will be a case of third time lucky if he lands a ticket to world titles in Budapest this July. And James Guy and Duncan Scott head to a 100m battle off stroke … on butterfly

Comments

David Brooks

Any idea what happened to Liz Simmonds? I didn’t see her in the 200 back results at all…

Craig Lord

She’s not a DNS, so she must have opted out before the start lists were finalised, David (or never entered in the first place)

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