James Crisp admits that the 4x100m relay team can have no complaints, despite missing out on a medal in tonight's final.
James Crisp, the most senior member of Great Britain's 4x100m medley relay team, has admitted that they can have no complaints despite missing out on a medal in tonight's final.
Crisp, who swum the first leg in the relay, said that the team did a good job in coming fifth.
"We did a great job out there; I think it was a British record," Crisp said.
"We were quite far adrift from fourth and third so we can't really complain."
The 4x100m relay ended the Paralympics pool action, with GB totalling 39 medals including seven golds.
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