paralympics: Sheffield’s James Crisp happy but wanted more

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SHEFFIELD’S James Crisp was frustrated at not winning a medal last night but with a silver already in the bag he admitted his main objective had been achieved.

The 29-year-old won silver in the 100m backstroke on Friday but could only finish fifth in the 200m medley.

He said: “I’m pretty annoyed really because my personal best would have got me bronze. I’m pretty angry with myself but for whatever reason it didn’t quite click.


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