James Guy Leads Bath NTC Clean Sweep In 100 Fly At McCullagh International

James Guy: Photo Courtesy: FINIS

James Guy delivered an emphatic win in the 100 fly to complete the 100-200 double on day three of the McCullagh International in Bangor, Northern Ireland.

Guy, who won two relay golds and one silver at Tokyo 2020 to make it a five-strong Olympic medal haul, was the only man inside 53secs in 52.75 at the Bangor Aurora Aquatics Complex.

The 26-year-old led home a clean sweep of the podium by Bath NTC swimmers with Jacob Peters (53.26) and Ed Mildred (53.47).

It followed his win over 200 on the opening day.

There was another eye-catching performance by Dan Jervis when he won the 400 free in 3:48.89 for his third trip to the top of the podium.

The Welshman had already won the 1500 in 14:51.29 and the 800 in 7:49.95, indicating a fine season ahead.

Tom Dean, the Olympic champion who finished second in the 200 free behind Jack McMillan on Friday, won the 200IM in 2:01.53 with Abbie Wood, fourth in Tokyo, taking the women’s event in 2:11.32 for victory by 3.37secs.

James Wilby completed the breaststroke treble with an emphatic 50m win in 27.66 with Imogen Clark also enjoying a clear victory in the women’s race in 30.75.

Adam Barrett – winner of the 50 fly on Friday – touched first in the 50 free in 22.71.

Danielle Hill continued her fine meet with victory in the women’s race in 25.72.

Freya Anderson made her way to the top of the podium for the third time with victory in the 400 free in 4:15.27.

Katie Shanahan added the 200 back title to the 400IM in 2:11.73 with Brodie Williams taking the men’s race in 2:00.54.