Selston's Molly Renshaw ready to go for Olympic glory after making
Selston’s Molly Renshaw is through to the Women’s 200m breaststroke final tomorrow morning.
Renshaw was third fastest in her semi-final with a time of 2.22.70.
“I went out pretty well, struggled a little bit down the last 50 so hopefully we can improve on that tomorrow,” she said.
“I went out trying to be brave and keeping up with Lilly [King] because I know that she goes out fast. I tried to stick with her and then down the last 50, everything seemed to go a bit numb.
“Tomorrow the focus needs to be on keeping the technique strong and hopefully that will bring me home faster.”
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She will hope to continue Team GB’s current success story in the pool and will line up against team-mate, training partner, and close friend Abbie Wood
“The team in general is just doing amazing, with three golds already,” added Renshaw. “We’ve already smashed any performance we’ve had in a very long time. I’m planning on riding along the ride with the team.
“There have been so many highs and lows, I think I’ve cried every day with happy tears and sad tears. Yesterday I was glad to get going and hopefully tomorrow I can push it on again.”
The final takes place at 2.41am UK time.