Willis Wins Appeal: Back In 200 BR Final On 2:09

Andrew Willis [Photo: SWpix.com]

Andrew Willis is back in the hunt for a place at the World Championships. The Olympic finalist who was disqualified for a “faulty stroke” after clocking 2:09.82 in the semi-finals of the 200m breaststroke at British National Championships and trials in Sheffield, won his appeal a moment ago; 18-year-old Ben Proud on 23.61 in 50 ‘fly heats, just 0.1sec shy of national record

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Andrew Willis is back in the hunt for a place at the World Championships. The Olympic finalist who was disqualified for a “faulty stroke” after clocking 2:09.82 in the semi-finals of the 200m breaststroke at British National Championships and trials in Sheffield, won his appeal a moment ago; 18-year-old Ben Proud on 23.61 in 50 ‘fly heats, just 0.1sec shy of national record

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