Day 2 of ASA Summer Championships Sees More Medals For Metro

Two more medals were won on day 2 with impressive swims from Debbie Cocking in the 14 Years Women’s 100m Butterfly and Joe Seage in the Multi-Disability 100m Backstroke.

Debbie qualified fastest for her final and then went almost 1.5 seconds faster in the final to clock 1:04.72 & clinch gold with a dominant swim, this also represents a new junior and open club record.

Again Joe registered the fastest time in the heats but went into the final seeded second on British Disability Points. He improved his time in the final by 0.77 seconds and although touching first his time wasn’t enough to beat his nearest rival on BD Points and so Joe finished with an excellent silver.

These two medals and Joe’s gold yesterday left Metro in 10th position in the medal table at the end of day 2.


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