LITESPORT rushing back too quickly andmaybesuf- fering another i n j u r y a s a result. As soon as the leg is strong and ready to go, thats when my comeback date is. When you set a date, you put much more pres- sure on yourself. Im not putting any dates in my head, Im taking it steadily and not rushing. London Lite Monday, 3 August 2009 31 Supersuit Tancocks on top of the world LIAM TANCOCK won the 50m backstroke in a world record 24.04secs last night to give Great Britain a tally of seven medals, one bronze shy of their best-ever World Championship haul. The 24 year-old from Exeter broke his own mark -- set in Saturdays semi-final -- to take the tally of world records to 43 in Rome, thanks to the new polyurethane super-suits. Tancock wore one of the soon-to- be-banned suits but said: Weve been put into this situation by Fina [the world governing body] but were all in the same boat. We have to get on with it. They put things in front of you and you just have to jump over it and get on. Its great news that things are changing. I think that 99 per cent of swimmers are happy about it and Im one of them. Hannah Miley finished fourth in the womens 400m individual medley while Fran Halsall, who won silver in the 100m freestyle, finished fifth in the final of the 50m free and David Davies was sixth in the 1500m final. Pure gold: Liam Tancock with medal More babies? Havent got a Cats chance! CATRIONA MATTHEW has insisted she is not planning on having any more children, despite extending her brilliant postnatal form by winning the Ricoh British Open at Royal Lytham yesterday. Matthew, Scotlands first ever major champion in womens golf, had her first child at the end of 2006 and then finished second and third in her next two tournaments. After giving birth to her second daughter just 11 weeks ago, she shot a final round 73 at Royal Lytham to win by three shots. But Matthew said: We have decided two is enough. Maybe I should have started sooner! Matthew started the final round three shots ahead, but saw her lead evaporate. But the 39-year-old then holed from 40 feet on the 14th for her second successive birdie and held on to claim the victory. Massa out of hospital and itching to drive FELIPE MASSA says he wants to be back in a Ferrari F1 car as soon as possible, after being released from a Hungarian hospital following his life- threatening crash. The Brazilian, who sustained multiple skull fractures when he was hit by a piece of flying debris during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, showed off a huge scar above his left eye as he boarded a private plane back to Sao Paulo. But Massa said: Thank God, Im feeling very well. I only have a bit of swelling in the region of my left eye. Im anxious to return to Brazil and continue the recovery process. Im feeling much better now and I want to recover as soon as possible to get back behind the wheel of a Ferrari again. Massa will be replaced in the Ferrari team by seven- time world champion Michael Schumacher. boarded a private plane back to Sao Paulo. But Massa said: Thank God, Im feeling very well. I only have a bit of swelling in the region of my left eye. Im to recover as soon as possible to get back behind the wheel of a Ferrari again. Massa will be replaced in the Ferrari team by seven- WINTICKETSTO THECHARITY 7s ATTWICKENHAM ENJOY all 12 Guinness Premier teams battling it out with four guest sides including the Army and a special Help for Heroes Sevens team in a day of end-to-end, try- filled rugby at Twickenham on Saturday, 15 August. Harlequins will be keen to defend the title they won last year, which set them up for a great season, while other clubs will look to kick start their winter with the first piece of silverware up for grabs. 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I havent even started running NEW Wasps boss Tony Hanks has had to add wing Paul Sackey to his growing list of non-starters as he finds life tough at Adams Park -- a monthbeforethePremiership season kicks off. Kiwi Hanks, who replaced Lions coach Ian McGeechan attheendof lastseason,came into the job having lost Tom Palmer, James Haskell and Riki Flutey to the lure of the French Euro. Then he lost England prop Jason Hobson, newly signed from Bristol, for six months when he snapped his Achilles tendon in training. And now comes the news of Sackey getting stuck on the comeback trail. Sackey, who broke his leg against Ireland last April, said: I havent started running yet and it may be that I miss one or two games at the start of the sea- son. But thats better than Sackey, left out of Englands 32-man Elite squad this season, added: I flew to Poland last week to join the clubs pre-sea- sontrainingcampandcontinue my rehab with sessions in the pool and in the special cryo- therapy chamber they have out there. My leg was broken in two places but it is healing well. When I come back I want to be 100 per cent and hopefully fitter,strongerandfasterthan ever. Fly-half Danny Cipriani has had a plate removed from his ankle and is hop- ing to be fit for the start of the new season but Hob- son needs surgery and is out for at least six months. Wasps start their GuinessPremiership season against Har- lequins as part of the Twickenham double-header on Saturday, 5 September. BY NEAL COLLINS rushing back too quickly andmaybesuf- fering another i n j u r y a s a result. As soon as the leg is strong and ready to go, thats when my comeback date is. When you set a date, you put much more pres- sure on yourself. Im not putting any dates in my head, Im taking it steadily and not rushing. Sackey, left out of Englands 32-man Elite squad this season, added: I flew to Poland last week to join the clubs pre-sea- sontrainingcampandcontinue my rehab with sessions in the pool and in the special cryo- therapy chamber they have out there. My leg was broken in two places but it is healing well. When I come back I want to be 100 per cent and hopefully fitter,strongerandfasterthan ever. Fly-half Danny Cipriani has had a plate removed from his ankle and is hop- ing to be fit for the start of the new season but Hob- son needs surgery and is out for at least six months. 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