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She was also third in the 100m butterfly, 200m backstroke and 100m freestyle.
Seebohm avenged her defeat in the next leg in Beijing however, finishing ahead of Hosszu again in the 100 and 200m backstroke.
But these credentials curiously did not apply to Davies who won the gold medal in the 50 metres backstroke and silver in the 100m backstroke at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Lizzie Simmonds went on to be a clear winner in the 100m backstroke final to qualify for the World Championships in Shanghai in July alongside Gemma Spofforth.
20 leadoff backstroke split on the Warriors' 200 medley relay, Cox won the 50 free in 20.
Meanwhile, teenager Lizzie Simmonds smashed Sarah Price's seven-year-old 200m backstroke British record as she eased into tonights final.
He also picked up silver in the 200m backstroke at Manchester in 2002.
15 seconds completed an unprecedented treble in the backstroke events on the last day of the Cambridge meet.
The body position can be described as "straight as an arrow" with the arms and legs extended, head down (in the backstroke, head back) and toes pointed.
Sets national record in 200m backstroke of 2mins 18.
The youngster led the way, establishing PBs in the heats of the 400m IM and the 50m and 100m backstroke.
The team was Joanne Kempley, who won gold in 100m breaststroke and bronze in 100m backstroke, Emily McKevitt, who gained silver in 25m backstroke and bronze in 50m freestyle, Zoe Rank, winner of gold in 25m breaststroke and 25m freestyle and silver in 25m backstroke, Jack Drennan, another to strike gold in the 25m backstroke and 50m freestyle, and Aisling Connelly, who won a bronze in the 50m backstroke.