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Carlin replaces Olympic heartbreak with Commonwealth glory

Two years ago Jazz Carlin tearfully watched the London Olympics unfold from her sofa, dreaming of what might have been.

But last night th...

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Halsall on cloud nine at the Commonwealth Games

Fran Halsall added another medal to her growing collection of Commonwealth Games successes after blowing away the field to take the women’s 50m ...

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Walker-Hebborn, Proud and Wallace shine in Glasgow pool

Chris Walker-Hebborn avenged his disappointment of four years ago to strike Commonwealth Games gold in Glasgow.

The double British champi...

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Jamieson admits Commonwealth disappointment will haunt him

Michael Jamieson insists he will be licking his wounds for a while after being pipped to Commonwealth 200m breaststroke gold in Glasgow.

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Glasgow 2014 - A Viewing Guide

This evening’s Opening Ceremony marks the start of the 20th Commonwealth Games as Glasgow plays host to 11 days of competition across 17 sports....

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Biography

Cassie Patten represented Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the 800m freestyle where she reached the final and in the 10km open water-swimming event, where she won a bronze medal. Patten attended Plymouth College as a swimming scholar from the age of 11-18 and competed at her first international meet in 2003 at the European Short Course Championships Dublin, where she came 15th in the 200 Fly. At the British Championships in 2006, she won a bronze in the 400m IM and silver in the 800m Freestyle. Then at the British Championships in 2007, she won a bronze in the 400m freestyle and silver in the 200m Fly. In 2008, her third year at the Championships she won silver in the 800m freestyle. In 2007 Patten won silver in the 10km open water-swimming event at the World Championships in Melbourne, despite being stung by jellyfish. A year later she took silver once more, just three seconds behind Larisa Ilchenko (RUS) over 10km at 2008 Open Water World Championships.