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Tatiana Belonogoff (Guildford City) struck gold for Great Britain on the first day of the European Junior Swimming Championships.

The 16-year-old was victorious in a close 50m Breaststroke final in Helsinki, Finland, to top the podium.

Belonogoff clocked a time of 31.29 to touch home 0.07 seconds ahead of Germany’s Anna Elendt.

Tom Dean (Maidenhead) set a new European Junior Swimming Championships record as he won gold in the 200m Individual Medley in Finland.

His time of 1:59.17 saw him knock almost half a second off his personal best and was 2.25 seconds quicker than Russia’s Maksim Stupin, who took silver in 2:01.42.

The women’s 4x100m Medley team also set a championship record on their way to gold.

Lily Boseley (1:01.86), Tatiana Belonogoff (1:08.34), Emily Large (58.88) and Freya Anderson (53.40) clocked 4:02.48 to finish 2.04 seconds ahead of Russia, who took the silver in 4:04.52.

Kevin Brookes (Wycombe District) and Dan Cross (Thanet) were also selected to attend this event as coaches. The other South East Swimmer Selected for this event was Daisy Anderson (Thanet)

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