Great Britain’s swimmers claimed three medals on the second night at the Kazan 2015 World Swimming Championships.
Adam Peaty won 100m Breaststroke gold, with Ross Murdoch landing bronze to join Peaty on the podium.
“It’s my first World Championships so I’m not quite used to it all yet,” said Peaty. “If you slip for one moment, in one race, you’re off. I’m still getting used to that but hopefully by next year in Rio, I’ll be up and running.”
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor also secured her first World Championship medal with 200m IM bronze, managing to hold off USA’s Maya Di Rado.
“I’m so happy to win bronze,” said O’Connor, who won the Commonwealth title in Glasgow last year. “I just really wanted to come here and win a medal so I’m chuffed to bits to come away with one.”