Tilly Gray and Michael Jamieson won gold medals of the Women’s 200m butterfly and Men’s 100m breaststroke respectively at the 2013 British International.
Gray stayed in a comfortable lead of two arm strokes over her closest competitor and surfaced on the finishing end for gold medal by posting a time of 2 minutes and 10.78 seconds.
The gold medallist was chased by Elena Sheridan, who remained 0.23 seconds away from her preceding swimmer and transpired on the finishing end for silver medal by clocking a time of 2 minutes and 11.01 seconds.
The silver medallist was traced by Alys Thomas, who remained 0.62 seconds away from her former finisher and emerged on the finishing end for bronze medal by reporting an effort of 2 minutes and 11.63 seconds.
Fourth best spot of the swim was secured by Hannah Miley, who was only 0.03 seconds slower and tapped the wall with an effort of 2 minutes and 11.66 seconds.
Fifth finest of the swim was obtained by Georgia Barton, who stayed 0.05 seconds slower from her preceding swimmer and touched the wall with an effort of 2 minutes and 11.71 seconds.
On the other hand, Jamieson captured the title of 100m breaststroke. He remained only two arm strokes ahead of his following swimmer and occupied the title with an effort of 1 minute and 00.82 seconds.
The first position holder was traced by Christopher Steeples, who stayed 0.26 seconds behind and finished second in the race by producing a time of 1 minute and 01.08 seconds.
The second best finisher was secured by Robert Holderness, who was 0.39 seconds apart and surfaced on the finishing end for bronze medal with the timing of 1 minute and 01.47 seconds.
The bronze medallist was trailed by Adam Peaty, who stayed only an inch behind and settled on the wall for fourth position with the timing of 1 minute and 01.66 seconds.
Fifth best spot of the event was gained by Andrew Willis, who was 0.10 seconds apart and tapped the wall with the timing of 1 minute and 01.76 seconds.
In addition, the winners received accolades after the race.