City of Manchester Aquatics’ Jessica Fullalove ruled the backstroke events at this weekend’s International Swimming Meet in Berlin, Germany, winning gold in the 50m, the 100m and the 200m Backstroke, and scooping the meet’s Top Female prize.
Fullalove began the meet with a victory in the 200m Back, finishing in a time of 2:12.13, before going on to clock new Meet Records with wins in both the 100m where she finished in 1:00.34 and the 50m in a speedy 28.64. City of Derby’s Harriet Cooper finished just behind Fullalove in the 100, to claim silver in a time of 1:01.91.
Vasey and Greenbank's Doubles
City of Derby's Sarah Vasey picked up an impressive two golds for her efforts in the 50m and 100m Breaststroke, with a Meet Record for her 31.17 in the 50m, and another record of 1:08.36 in the 100m.
Meanwhile European Games Champion Luke Greenbank also claimed a fantastic double, this time in the 100m and 200m Backstroke.
Collecting the silver!
City of Manchester added some silver to their medal haul with Christopher Steeples coming second in the 100m Breaststroke in 1:02.91 and Emma Smithurst finishing second in the 100m Fly in 1:01.50.
Sam Horrocks touched just being Laszlo Cseh in the 100m Fly in 54.44 to also get his hands on a silver medal, before finishing third in the 50m Fly later in the day.