Sorry, these are bad quality photos. I do badly when taking photos of movements, adding some zoom to my settings. I can do better with my regular (old) (film) camera, but I don't do too well with the little digital one. Anyhow, just to let you know where my daughter and I were on Friday afternoon, all of Saturday and all of Sunday and what we (most of all SHE) did: My daughter (and 7 other girls) starting the final over the 100m breaststroke distance (she came out fourth while she had entered the finals as seventh, coming out nearly 7 seconds faster than she still had in the morning during the heat) Another start, finals again, this time the 200m medley. She entered this one sixth and came out third, just over one second faster than in the morning during the heat) Ah! You don't know who of all these is my daughter. She kind of sticks out... Winning ceremony for the C-finals over the 200m medley (remember, she won herself a third): Would you say that it shows she's been on training camp in Turkey for two weeks? The girls who swam the C-finals over the 200m breaststroke on Sunday afternoon (the others were taken on Saturday afternoon) waiting in line for their defile to the starting blocks - oh yes, things were quite official in the finals, with the three groups (A-finals, B-finals and C-finals) walking to the start in single file, their names being read out individually while they were standing there and all that jazz - my daughter felt quite big!). And when you come out third of a final, photos like this just HAVE to be taken: Yes, another third over the 200m breaststroke finals, and a time 8 seconds better than in the morning. She is a "night owl". And just for the fun of it: Some of Germany's ace swimmers, Lars Conrad, Thomas Rupprath and Lutz Sänger after their A-finals over 50m butterfly - oh yes, we met quite prominent people - and my daughter wasn't interested in the least.