She won her heat in the women's 50-metre Breaststroke but finished 17th overall
Irish Olympian Fiona Doyle has has narrowly missed out on a place in the semi-final of the women's 50-metre Breaststroke at the World Short Course Championships in Canada.
Doyle, who studied and trains in Calgary, posted a time of 30.77 seconds to finish first in Heat 4. However, the Limerick native finished 17th overall, missing out on a spot in the semi-final by 0.07 seconds.
Earlier, Ireland's Jordan Sloan missed out on qualification for the final of the men's 400-metre freestyle. The Bangor swimmer placed second in his heat, but was 28th overall with just the top 8 to qualify.
Well done to Jordan Sloan who's finished 2nd in Heat 5 of the 400Free in a PB of 3:46.99 at #WorldSC— Swim Ireland (@swimireland) December 6, 2016