Jazz Carlin completed a golden hat-trick with a Welsh record on the final day of the 2015 British Swimming Championships in London.
The 24-year old ducked under 1:57 to land the domestic 200m Freestyle title for the first time in her career, touching in 1:56.88.
"It's been an up and down week and there's been a lot of emotions," - Jazz Carlin
Carlin’s Bath teammate and defending champion Siobhan-Marie O’Connor claimed silver in 1:57.24 while City of Sheffield’s 2013 champion Ellie Faulkner clocked a personal best 1:58.29 for bronze.
Carlin had already defended her 400m and 800m Freestyle titles in London – the two events in which she won European gold last year – but her 200m gold meant she is the first person to win the 200, 400 and 800 at a British Championships since double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington in 2011.
“It been an up and down five days and there’s been a lot of emotions, but obviously I’m really happy to end it with a best time and I get to enjoy a few days off now," said Carlin.
Commonwealth gold and silver medallists Hannah Miley and Aimee Willmott put on a show for the London crowd in the 400m Individual Medley final with both athletes clocking the third fastest times of their careers.
Garioch swimmer Miley ultimately took the touch to win the ninth domestic 400m IM title of her career and her third gold of the week in 4:32.16 while Willmott finished in 4:33.36 as the two Brits slotted in to the top two spots in this year’s world rankings.
Nova Centurion’s European junior silver medallist Rosie Rudin won bronze for the second consecutive year, coming home in a British 16 Yrs Age Group record 4:41.76.
James Guy broke Ross Davenport’s six-year old English record to defend his 200m Freestyle title.
The 19-year old became the second fastest British swimmer in history as he clocked 1:46.32 to finish ahead of British record holder Robbie Renwick (1:46.64) and Commonwealth bronze medallist Calum Jarvis (1:46.64).
There was also a national record in the men’s 100m Butterfly final as Loughborough’s Tom Laxton equalled his Welsh record 52.40 to claim his first British title ahead of Sheffield’s Braxton Timm (52.72 PB) and Loughborough’s Adam Barrett (52.74).
Finally, Lizzie Simmonds won the seventh British 200m Backstroke crown of her career, finishing nearly three seconds clear as she won in 2:08.38 ahead of Nottingham Leander’s Georgia Hohmann (2:11.78) and Manchester’s Jessica Fullalove (2:12.36).
There were also time trial victories for Adam Peaty (27.09) in the 50m Breaststroke and Plymouth's Lithuanian star Ruta Meilutyte (30.58) in the women's 50m Breast.
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