Harris off to a good start on day two of British Champs

Craig Harris got his British Summer Championships campaign off to a good start today by reaching the final of the multi-disbility 100m backstroke in a time of 1:06.84, just shy of his personal best.

A slightly faster 1:06.66 in the final gave Harris an 8th place finish, with 703 British disability points.

James Watson was also in action in the 200m butterfly and despite this being only his third long course attempt at the event, finished in a reputable 17th place in a time of 2:12.97. Watson also competed in the 100m backstroke, finishing in 20th place in a time of 1:02.11.


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