Giedrius Titenis qualified for the final of the European Swimming Championships 100m breaststroke, coming second in his semi-final last night.
Giedrius Titenis
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Titenis put in a strong performance, staying in second place through most of the race and pulling away from the field in the final leg to secure a place in the final.

Titenis came in second to British swimmer Adam Peaty.

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