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Mammoth 59 personal bests, three regional qualification times reached and second place in visiting club results


By Fenland Citizen Reporter


A mammoth 59 personal bests, three regional qualification times reached and second place in the visiting club results was the conclusion of the Newmarket Open Meet last weekend for the March Marlins Swimming Club.

A full weekend of swimming saw Connor Rickard and Rebecca Jordan gain PBs in all their races with Weronika Mikolajewska taking eight best times out of her 11 races.

Mikolajewska collected seven golds as well.

Some of the Marlins team competing at Newmarket 12.2018 (5893668)
Some of the Marlins team competing at Newmarket 12.2018 (5893668)

Thea Hanley and Una Ansone both came away with seven personal best times plus medals.

First places also went to Chloe Cook, Sam Smith, Reece Simpson, Olivia Tunley and Tom Hanley.

Tom also achieved his first Regional qualification time for 50m breaststroke along with Luke Ruggles for the 100m breaststroke and Una for the 100m backstroke.

Also achieving their best times were Olivia Tunley, Theo Liversedge, Harry Smith, Chloe Cook, Reece Simpson, Luis Souto Hill, Luke Ruggles, Tom Hanley and Molly McGowen.

Also competing were Harry Rayner, Hannah Jordan and Dan Riches.

Members are pictured.



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