This board makes me so happy: The Fabulous Nails Of Women's Olympic Swimming. Aimee Willmott, Great Britain

The Fabulous Nails Of Women's Olympic Swimming

This board makes me so happy: The Fabulous Nails Of Women's Olympic Swimming. Aimee Willmott, Great Britain

Aimee Willmott, del equipo de natación británico, con los aros olímpicos.

Las uñas de las Olimpiadas: las atletas de Londres 2012 locas por las manicuras patrióticas (FOTOS)

Aimee Willmott, del equipo de natación británico, con los aros olímpicos.

Aimee Willmott of England

20th Commonwealth Games: Swimming

Aimee Willmott of Great Britain competes during the Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley preliminaries heat two on day sixteen of the 15th FINA World Championships at Palau Sant Jordi  on August 4, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.

Swimming - 15th FINA World Championships: Day Sixteen

Aimee Willmott of Great Britain competes during the Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley preliminaries heat two on day sixteen of the 15th FINA World Championships at Palau Sant Jordi on August 4, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.

Aimee Willmott of England

20th Commonwealth Games: Swimming

Aimee WILLMOTT [Silver], [Women's 400m Individual Medley] England

Aimee WILLMOTT [Silver], [Women's 400m Individual Medley] England

Aimee Willmott of England

20th Commonwealth Games: Swimming

Aimee Willmott of England

20th Commonwealth Games: Swimming

Hannah Miley celebrates her victory in the pool.  Scotland's Hannah Miley earned the first gold medal after obliterating her own Commonwealth Games record in the 400m medley in Glasgow.  The 24-year-old from Inverurie clocked four minutes 31.76 seconds to improve on the new mark of 4:38:27 she set in the heats on Thursday morning.  England's Aimee Willmott, 21, from Middlesbrough, led for the first 350m but was overhauled in the final leg and had to settle for silver.

Glasgow 2014: Hannah Miley earns Scotland gold in medley

Hannah Miley celebrates her victory in the pool. Scotland's Hannah Miley earned the first gold medal after obliterating her own Commonwealth Games record in the 400m medley in Glasgow. The 24-year-old from Inverurie clocked four minutes 31.76 seconds to improve on the new mark of 4:38:27 she set in the heats on Thursday morning. England's Aimee Willmott, 21, from Middlesbrough, led for the first 350m but was overhauled in the final leg and had to settle for silver.

Aimee WILLMOTT [Silver], [Women's 400m individual medley] England

Aimee WILLMOTT [Silver], [Women's 400m individual medley] England

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