Swimmers return to Bath with haul of medals and titles

15 March 2011

University of Bath-based swimmers produced some impressive results at the British Championships, returning to Bath with a string of medals and titles.

Sports Performance student Michael Jamieson, who trains with the British Gas Intensive Training Centre Bath, completed a 100m and 200m breaststroke double, setting a qualification time for July’s World Championships in Shanghai in the process.

Stacey Tadd, who trains with the University performance group, also collected a brace of titles but just missed out on the qualification times for the World Championships.

Chemical Engineering student and ITC swimmer Andrew Willis collected silver in the 200m breaststroke in a World Championships qualification time.

Kate Grey and Liz Johnson both collected silver medals in the multi-disability competitions and achieved qualification times for the International Paralympic Committee European Championships in Berlin in July.  The pair both train with the University of Bath performance group.

University of Bath-based medallists at the 2011 British Championships

Michael Jamieson
100m breaststroke
200m breaststroke

Stacey Tadd
100m breaststroke
200m breaststroke

Kris Gilchrist
100m breaststroke

Kate Grey
50m multi-disability freestyle

Liz Johnson
100m multi-disability breaststroke

Chris Walker-Hebborn
100m backstroke

Andrew Willis
200m breaststroke

Jess Dickons
200m butterfly

Kris Gilchrist
200m breaststroke

Chris Walker-Hebborn
200m backstroke

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Posted: Tuesday 15 March 2011

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