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Then the narrow timing gates och the distant feeding platform shut down a few swimmers. In Rio swimmers should stay together for almost the whole race. In Setubal he spent some time of the race as high as number eight around 5. Sadly, both swimmers were well outside the top10 criteria that would have guaranteed selection thus placing themselves in the position of requiring a discretional call by NZOC.
Give me a break. It makes no sense besides the fact that Swimming NZ have no idea about Open Water swimming and treat it like the ugly step sister of pool swimming. Swimming NZ are a joke and I hope Kane appeals this. Vote UpVote Down Reply 2 years ago commonwombat Yes, I will agree that almost all outside Lauren Boyle will not make finals but their situation is not synonymous. Your assertion that the SNZ selectors had no discretion to apply the top 16 criteria for Pool, once they met the QT is not correct.
It has never been applied, but it is not correct to say that the overriding criteria does not apply to Pool and is just as relevant to Pool as it is to Open Water. Rebecca Flisher had a great weekend reaching the finals in the girls 16 years and over 50 freestyle, m butterfly and won bronze in the freestyle, 15 year old Joseph Sadler who over recent months has being going from strength to strength did not disappoint and qualified for the m back, 50m breast and 50m back final and taking the bronze medal in the m butterfly and silver in the m freestyle and gaining the regional qualifying time for the m backstroke.
In the same age category for the girls Gracie Clifton walked away with the Bronze in the gruelling m Individual Medley and butterfly and the younger Suranne Cave for the 14 years old girls was once again on fine form and acquired a bronze medal in the 50m freestyle and m butterfly and also qualified for numerous other finals throughout the weekend.Pasanga 2 - Tamil Full Movie - Suriya - Amala Paul - Pandiraj - Arrol Corelli
Other medal winners over the weekend were 14 year old Dawid Sroka who won bronze in the boys m backstroke and silver in the m freestyle, Rebecca Hyatt took bronze in the girls 15 years m breaststroke and the young Rebecca Darrington put in an awesome swim to take the bronze in the Girls 12 years butterfly and who also reached the final in the 50m butterfly.
As a club we will be targeting: Entry dates and details will be available closer to the time and entry forms will be made available at the payment desk and will also be handed out. Libby who has been a member of Sherwood for numerous years and currently trains regularly with Ian Negus. The aim of this programme is that it brings together England's best young triathletes and is a key stage in their journey along the British Triathlon Performance Pathway and provides the young triathletes with support in both their education and developing their career as a future triathlete.
Not only did Jockey gain nine Regional Championship qualification times but he qualified for the boys 14 years and over Skins event, competing against swimmers much older than his young 14 years. Young 13 year old Dawid Sroka qualified for the boys 13 and under Skins event and finished an impressive 3rd and as always put in some consistent exceptional performances during the weekend qualifying for 10 Regional times.
Heidi Marriott 12 also qualified for the 13 year and under Skins event and walked away from the weekend with nine Regional times and numerous medals. Rebecca Hyatt consistent in her breastroke achieved all three breastroke Regional e qualification times and young Sam Potts qualifying for four regional events and 15 year old Abbie Scott gaining the free regional time.
Other swimmers competing over the weekend were Grace Manson and Rebecca Darrington narrowly missing out on the coveted Regional qualification times but with five months to go have plenty of time to gain qualification. The oldest boy competing, 16 year old Liam Miekle took the Silver medal in the 15 years and over m freestyle with Ruby Maiden and Leah Seagrave gaining further county championship times with both Leah Burden and Madeline Baker putting in performances in their events and 15 year old Shannon Barrett maintaining her county championship qualifying times in the 50m freestyle and backstroke.
The squad will return to the pool and the focus is looking towards the Nottinghamshire ASA County Championships which commence in January The meet saw some great performances from swimmers from all clubs to say that the meet was held so early in the swimming season.
The medals continued for some of the older swimmer with 12year Heidi Marriott taking gold in 12 years girls m IM, the 50, and m backstroke, 50m backstroke, silver in the m freestyle bronze in in the 50 and m freestyle.
Sherwood are now looking forward to holding yet another Robin Hood Meet in Sheffield in Dawid Sroka was on fine form during the weekend qualifying and competing in eight events in total and impressively reached all eight finals. Dawid was determined to make this a successful Championship and put in a strong solid swim in the boys 13 years m freestyle and was dominant throughout the race to not only take the gold but also the Junior Champion title.
Clearly on fine form Dawid also went on to take the silver medal in both the m freestyle and 50m butterfly. Ellena Keigher competing in a total of six events and wanting to make herself known to her competitors put in outstanding performances during the competition and qualified for three finals and was triumphant in the Girls 13 years 50m backstroke to win the gold medal and also went onto take silver in the m backstroke.
Suranne Cave entered a total of six events and qualified for two finals and just missed out on the medal position finishing fourth in the girls 13 years m butterfly. In the final event of a long first day and after numerous swims the feisty Suranne put in superb swim in the final of the 13 years 50m butterfly and finished faster than the earlier afternoon heat to achieve a new long course personal best time.
In the Nottinghamshire Category Awards competition that rewards swimmers for their versatility across different strokes and distances, Dawid Sroka just missed out on the top spot by the narrowest of margins to take the runners-up spot in the Boys 13yrs age group with Rebecca Flisher taking the third-placed podium finish in the Girls 15yrs.
Well done to all. Food and drink will be available to buy from the venue on the night. This will be a great way for all swimmers and parents to have a fun night together before enjoying the festive break. We hope to see you all there!!
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Entry forms will be available from Tuesday 20th September, with a closing date of Sunday 16th October. The Club Championships will then be held during June and Julywhen the swimming calendar is less congested.
This will not only alleviate the problems of organisation, but will also give the swimmers 2 chances to achieve County times for The only difference between Time Trials and Club Champs will be that trophies will not be awarded, both events will be licensed and both sets of times will be able to be used for British Rankings for entry to Counties and Open Meets.
Should anyone have any questions or queries, please see me either on poolside, or contact me on chairman sherwoodswimmingclub. This was held as a run up to the Olympics in Rio this summer and for many talented swimmers to qualify for the Olympics.
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We also saw two other catchments of swimmers, which included target swimmers for Tokyo and the British juniors. All swimmers had to achieve a standard qualifying time to take part.
Sherwood and Nova swimmer Lily Boseley, who is only 14, managed to qualify for two events. The events were the meter backstroke and the meter backstroke. She swam a superb swim and won her heat with a new personal best time of 1: This qualified her as the fastest junior swimmer for this event.
Later in the evening the finals took place. Many watched her swim live on the live stream that was available. With great anticipation everyone was cheering her on as she blasted through the first 50 leading the heat out. Lily finished first with another outstanding personal best time of 1: Her face said it all when she finished the finals, with a beaming smiling across her face. With this swim Lily broke the British junior record which was held by Elizabeth Simmonds since She is now the fastest 14 year old girl and a great role model for many local swimmers to aim for and to whom they look up to.
Lily also swam in the meter backstroke even though she was unwell. There were over 60 teams competing from all over Europe.
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Nova Centurion took a team of 20 swimmers throughout their squads to participate. Gracie Clifton 12 swam in 2 events, which included, 50m butterfly and the m backstroke.
Abbie Scott 13 swam in 5 events which included the 50m,m, m and the m freestyle and also the 50m butterfly. Rebecca Flisher 14 swam in the 50m,m, m backstroke as well as the m and m individual medley.
Natalee Meldrum 14 also swam 5 events, the 50m and m breast stroke and the 50m butterfly. She also swam in the 50m and m freestyle. Jade Young 15 was chosen for a total of 7 events.
They included the m and m freestyle, m breaststroke, m and m butterfly and the and Individual Medley. The girls left early on Thursday lunchtime, alongside two of the Nova coaches, and returned early hours on Monday morning.
For some of them it was the first time away on a residential swim meet. Without the daily support of their families the girls got through a tremendous swim meet and made some fantastic new long course P. They also had the chance of swimming alongside some of the most talented swimmers that Europe has to offer. It has set their own aspirations very high with the hope of qualifying again for larger meets in the near future.
The swimmers now go straight back in to their next block of hard work in the pool to focus on their domestic league competitions for the rest of this month before the second weekend of the County Championships at the beginning of February hosted at Water Meadows.