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GB swimmer Freya Anderson wins gold at European Short Course Swimming Championships

Freya Anderson overcame two “nerve-wracking” qualifiers to win her first senior international title at the European Short Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow.Just 24 hours after fellow Sky Sports Scholar Max Litchfield secured gold in the 400m individual medley on the opening night, it was the turn of the 18-year-old Anderson to steal the headlines on Friday.Teenage Anderson blew her opponents away in the 100m Freestyle final to secure her maiden individual medal at this level and a European title.“I’m so shocked but so happy,” the 18-year-old said. “I’m really pleased with how I swam it and to be in that field is amazing.🥇@freyaandersonn is the Golden Girl in Glasgow, claiming her first senior international title❗️👑Catch up on all the Friday evening #EuroSwim2019 action from Tollcross 👇“It was definitely nerve-wracking being the fastest qualifier from the heats and semi-finals so I’m just glad I stepped it up again!“It feels amazing – I definitely didn’…

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