Great Britain's swimmers bagged two silvers and a bronze on day two of the World University Games swimming in Gwangju, South Korea.
Bath's Jay Lelliott gave an incredible performance in the 800m Free, posting the fastest time in his heat, before going on to touch for silver in 7:50.97 making him world number six this year.
Leading at the half way point, Lelliott was then neck and neck with Frolov Sergii with 100 meters to go, before being just beaten by the Ukrainian.
It was a GB showdown in the 100m Breaststroke final, as James Wilby and Craig Benson battled for second and third, with Loughborough's Wilby pipping Benson with a great touch to take the silver in 1:00.28.
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