Jemma Lowe's father Mike hopes for Welsh London 2012 medal

The father of a Team GB swimmer has spoken of his hope that she can deliver a first London 2012 medal for Wales.

Swansea swimmer Jemma Lowe competed in the final of the 200m butterfly at the Olympic Aquatics Centre in London on Wednesday evening.

Mike Lowe said his daughter had "as good a chance as she's ever going to get" of winning a medal.

He said Lowe had come through a semi-final which was "a lot tighter" than he had hoped.

Lowe, 22, first represented Wales at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and made her Olympic debut at Beijing in 2008.

 “Jemma, like a lot of athletes, is just bubbling under the surface

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