Burnett wins 'nail biting' 100m freestyle final

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Burnett wins 100m freestyle

Simon Burnett takes the men's 100m freestyle at London's Aquatic Centre in a time of 49.33 seconds, two tenths ahead of James Disney-May, Craig Gibbons and Adam Brown. All are expected to feature in the relay at the Olympics.

Burnett, the oldest member of the Team GB swimming squad, describes the race as "nail-biting", but he failed to meet the qualifying time for the individual event at the London Games.

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