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Rachel Wallader: won but disappointed with the distance

BIRMINGHAM was a bittersweet experience for Rachel Wallader as she successfully defended her British crown with 16.67m from Sophie McKinna and Adele Nicoll but still needs the Olympic qualification standard of 17.75m to travel to Rio.

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