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To grab that last 100m breaststroke place, O'Connor will need to improve her PB by 0.65secs and finish ahead of Sophie Allen and Stacey Tadd.
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Bath duo Calum Jarvis and Chris Walker Hebborn will go head to head in the 200m backstroke today, hoping to secure a spot at London 2012.
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"Last year I went to the Europeans and Worlds and got a relay medal in both, so this time I want an individual one," she added.
Willis won the 200m breaststroke title and a place in Team GB in March but missed out on a 100m swim after finishing fourth.
Bitton's O'Connor, a contender for the one remaining 100m breaststroke spot, suffered disappointment at the original trials in March as she finished sixth in her strongest event, the 200m individual medley.
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Walker Hebborn will also be looking to bag the one remaining 100m backstroke place but will have to shave four hundredths of a second off the PB he set while finishing runner up at March's trials.
Andrew Willis was also last night hoping to land a surprise second Olympic slot.
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Anne Bochmann, a 2010 Commonwealth Games swimmer who has recently transferred to train at Bath ITC, is also in relay contention.
The 16 year old Bath swimmers have been concentrating on exams recently, at St Gregory's Catholic College and Kingswood School respectively, but can now turn their full focus back to the pool.
The newly available place was up for grabs in last night's final and, with Bath ITC training partner Michael Jamieson sitting out the ASAs, Willis fastest qualifier in yesterday morning's heats was favourite.
gold and silver respectively at the first trials in March but finished well outside the qualifying time of 1min 58.48secs.
Jarvis will have to improve his personal best by exactly a second to have any chance of qualifying but Walker Hebborn whose PB is 1:56.05 can go significantly quicker and went inside the Fina A standard at last year's ASAs.
And they will be hoping to produce top class performances at this week's British Gas ASA National Championships in Sheffield, especially while there are still outside chances of a London 2012 place.
If Maughan misses out on her Olympic dream, she has the consolation of the European Junior Championships in Antwerp to soften the blow from July 4.
"I'm not putting too much pressure on myself, though, I'm at my best when I'm relaxed."
University of Bath swimmer Tadd has already secured Olympic qualification in the 200m breaststroke but was nearly half a second adrift of the Fina A time over the shorter distance in March, despite winning silver.
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"It will be a good competition because even though America will have their best swimmers at the Olympics, the squad is so strong that it will still be a good test."
Pressure off ahead of last Olympic test for Siobhan Marie O'Connor and Amelia Maughan
"I'm going into this event with a great belief that I can do well," she said. "I need a top six position for the relay team and it would be great if I could achieve that.
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