Zimbabwe ended up with only one swimmer at the World short course Championships taking place in Windsor Canada, sadly Sean Gunn and Peter Wetzlar who were hoping to attend had to withdraw for one reason or another.  James took to the water on the opening day for the 100m Breaststroke and swam a new National Record in a time of 1.01.93 breaking Tim Ferris’s record of 1.02.03.  this placed him a very creditable 59th out of a field of 101.  Its great to see James back at the top of his game.James Lawson photo 2015

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