Jessica Fullalove bagged her second medal of the 2015 Japan Open with 50m Backstroke bronze in Tokyo.
The 18-year old City of Manchester swimmer had already won 100m Backstroke gold in Japan and her set out her stall to add the 50m title as she booked lane four with the fastest heat swim of 28.77.
And while two Japanese swimmers – Miyuki Takemura and Emi Moronuki – sprinted clear of her in the final with times of 28.36 and 28.45 respectively, Fullalove ducked under her own PB to take bronze on 28.64.
Stockport Metro’s 16-year old Katie Matts clocked the fourth fastest time of her career to finish 16th in the 200m Breaststroke on 2:29.85 while City of Cardiff’s Welsh record holder Chloe Tutton was 20th in the same event on 2:31.16.
City of Sheffield Max Litchfield placed 15th in the 200m IM on 2:03.50 while Cameron Brodie was the other Brit in action, the Stirling swimmer touching in 54.37 to finish 27th in the 100m Butterfly.