University of Bath-based swimmer Michael Jamieson has been named in Scotland’s swimming team for the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games.
The 22-year-old breaststroker is coached by David McNulty at the British Gas ITC Bath. He is a member of the 21-strong swimming squad named by Commonwealth Games Scotland for the Games.
Jamieson will contest the 100m and 200m breaststroke in Delhi.
Three other University of Bath-based swimmers have already been selected to compete for England at the Commonwealth Games – Chris Walker-Hebborn, who also trains at the ITC, as well as Stacey Tadd and Richard Webb, who are coached by University of Bath had swimming coach Mark Skimming.
Jamieson, Tadd and Webb are also members of the British team for the European Championships, which take place in Budapest, Hungary, from 4-15 August. The swimming programme gets underway on Monday 9 August.
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