O'Connor secures double as Britain add six World Cup medals

02 November 2014 / 17:13

Siobhan-Marie O’Connor took a silver and bronze on the final day of the FINA World Cup series in Singapore as Great Britain added six more medals to their tally.

Britain took eight medals on day one of the event and O’Connor, 18,  added to that on the final day of competition as she took silver in the 100 metre individual medley with a time of 58.54 and bronze in the 100 metre freestyle with 53.29.

Elsewhere James Guy’s 1:43.74 in the 200m freestyle was a personal best and earned him silver while Georgia Davis also came second in the 100m backstroke.

And, with Jazz Carlin adding 400m freestyle bronze to yesterday’s 800m medal and Andrew Willis taking bronze in the 100m breaststroke, Britain finished the weekend with 14 medals.

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