The whole of Kent Swimming is so proud of you and your achievements Jemimah, Caitlin, Tamryn, Evelyn!
An excellent performance especially as the team does not train on a regulars basis together, and a special mention to Toby Masray who played fantastically in all three games making some super saves; Max Hubrich who played out of position at central defence; Archie Pearson who converted most of the Kent team goals.
In an elite field in Gwangju, featuring 2016 marathon Olympic medallists Sharon van Rouwendaal and Rachele Bruni, Maisie kept pace with the frontrunners, finishing in a time of 1:01.50.50. will be competing for Britain at the European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships in Racice from 1-4 August
Currently the 2019 Workshop dates for Erith, Canterbury, Tonbridge and Beckenham/West Wickham are now in the calendar, marked in red so you can easily plan your officials' training progress to suit you. You don't need to attend the set of workshops at the same venue, but can attend different ones to suit your other commitments. Also contact your club's officials coordinator for support.
Kent County Amateur Swimming Association was founded in 1891 by E J Plumbridge, and is a County Association in ASA South East Region and ASA London Region. The Association consists of two sub-Associations, Kent London Swimming Association (14 affiliated clubs) and Kent Rural Association (39 affiliated clubs).
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