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Swimming - 10. November 2013.

Medals for Brits in Tokyo

After two silvers and a bronze at the previous leg in Singapore three
days ago, the British Gas ITC Bath swimmer continued her form with
medals over each of disatances - 50m,100m and 200m Backstroke.

The 22-year old lowered her English record for silver in the 50m
Backstroke, touching just 0.01 seconds behind Brazil's Etiene Medeiros
in 26.62.

Simmonds' second medal came just 45 minutes later as she clocked 2:02.34
to touch behind Ukraine's Daryna Zevina (2:01.70).

She rounded off her performance with bronze in the 100m Backstroke on
the second day with a time of 57.20 to finish just behind Emily Seebohm
(57.09) and Daryna Zevina (56.87).

Having medalled at each of the previous six legs of this year's World
Cup, Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson extended his record with
200m Breaststroke bronze.

The 25-year old touched in 2:04.32 behind Hungary's Daniel Gyurta
(2:01.30) and Japan's Yasuhiro Koseki (2:03.63).

Sophie Allen was the third British medallist in Japan, reaching the
podium for the fifth consecutive leg of this year's World Cup series
with bronze in the 200m Individual Medley.

The British Gas ITC Bath swimmer clocked the second fastest time of her
career to touch in 2:06.69 while teammate Siobhan-Marie O'Connor was
seventh in 2:09.13.

Allen also lowered the English record in the 200m Breaststroke on the
second day of comp with a swim that saw her finish fourth with a time of

The swimmers will now head to Beijing for the final leg of the series
which begins on 13 November.
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