SWIMMING: Former Deepings School pupil wins a British Championship gold

Adam Mallett wins the men's open 200m butterfly final during day two of the British Swimming Championships at Tollcross International Swimming Centre, Glasgow. Picture: Craig Watson/PA Wire
Adam Mallett wins the men's open 200m butterfly final during day two of the British Swimming Championships at Tollcross International Swimming Centre, Glasgow. Picture: Craig Watson/PA Wire
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A former Deepings School pupil was a winner at the British Swimming Championships in Glasgow.

Adam Mallett (26) won the men’s 200m butterfly, producing a storming finish to pip Edinburgh’s Mark Szaranek and Jay Lelliott of Bath University.

Mallett moved to Australia to take up a two-year scholarship at Southport School near Brisbane on the Gold Coast of Australia and has remained Down Under.

He now lives and works on the Gold Coast and his parents still live in Deeping.