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Northern Ireland’s Bethany Firth (centre) with the gold medal, England’s Jessica-Jane Applegate (left) with the silver medal and England’s Louise Fiddes with the bronze

Northern Ireland’s Bethany Firth (centre) with the gold medal, England’s Jessica-Jane Applegate (left) with the silver medal and England’s Louise Fiddes with the bronze

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Daniel Wiffen shows off his silver medal

Daniel Wiffen shows off his silver medal

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Northern Ireland’s Bethany Firth (centre) with the gold medal, England’s Jessica-Jane Applegate (left) with the silver medal and England’s Louise Fiddes with the bronze

What do you do when you have achieved everything in your sport? Well, for Bethany Firth you go again.

After completing the set in winning the Commonwealth Games title for Northern Ireland in the women’s S14 200m Freestyle Final at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, the 26-year-old talked excitedly about going on honeymoon next week with husband Andrew.


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