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Results / 2006
The swimming club would like to congratulate the following swimmers: Cooper claimed three junior titles in the 50m, m Backstroke and the m Freestyle events. Harriet West secured two silver and one bronze medal in the m,m butterfly and m Ind.
Jack Warren Ballard also had a podium finish in the m backstroke. Overall the club achieved 8th place in the top club award. A great achievement by a young squad. The year-old travelled to Essen, Germany, as one of a strong squad for the "Duel in the Pool" against the host country. Smith was third in 4min Smith was also runner-up to Miley in the m medley, clocking In a year to remember COLSC nominees faced tough competition from all amateur and professional sports but came away as the standout sporting achievers in Leicestershire for Harriet set a time of This was the first time Sophie competed at this distance.
Sophie will team up with the likes of Hannah Miley, Jaz Carlin, Jemma Lowe amongst others as they go head to head with an all star Germany team. Competing against world class athletes from across europe Sophie contested the m, m and m Ind. After a nervous start Sophie finished in 13th place in the m event missing the final by 0. With more confidence Sophie powered through to the Semi-finals of the m setting a new Senior County Record by 1 second on day two.
Again Sophie finished 12th missing the final by 0. On the last day of the meet Sophie finished in 18th for the m event.
The Loughborough Grammar School student won the junior backstroke in a championship record of 1min 4. Harriet West Ibstock College won a silver medal in the junior butterfly. The two Harriets, together with Georgie Young Loughborough Grammarwere members of the medley relay squad who won gold in a championship record time of 2.
At this event Sophie will contest her favoured Medley events against Europe's elite preparing for the World Championships later in the year. After narrowly missing the last qualifying spot for the England Commonwealth Games team at the ASA Senior National Championships this debut comes as no surprise as Sophie continues on her quest to London Olympics. All squads attended the first meet of the season and turned up the pressure on local rivals to bring home the top club award.
Highlights included several swimmers achieving their national qualifying times at the first opportunity. There was also plenty of Regional qualifying swims throughout a tough days competition. Competing against his senior rivals. Jamie led the whole race to claim his first National title and finished in a new British Age Group Record.
After an intense period of competition Sophie swam at the trials competing in 5 senior National finals finishing a respectable 4th in the m Ind. Medley against a high quality field including many Great Britain international swimmers. This was Sophies first opportunity to qualify for a Senior International time and will not be the last. The event was attended by over people, and Suzi completed the run in 58minutes, with John crossing the line wearing one of Sophies swimming medals in 61minutes.
The response from the swimming community, family and friends has been overwhelming, and the Konderak family would like to extend their thanks to all for their kind donations. The day ran very smoothly and was a lovely way to celebrate Sophie's life, just 10 days before the anniversary of her passing.
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In his last year as a Youth swimmer Tsubasa look fantastic throughout the heats, semi finals and into the final. Missing out on the medals at last years Youth Championships by a finger tip, Tsubasa lead the majority of this years race and again came down to a close finish.
But this time Tsubasa maintained a place at the front and finished in silver medal position 0. Carla continued her 5 year stance at the top of the Girls m and m Breaststroke smashing her personal best.
Results / 2017
Jamie narrowly missed the podium in the m Butterfly but qualified for his first 50m Freestyle final both swims in new personal best. Both swimmers have next season to look forward to as they will be top of the age band. Competing for the first time at National level Brendan had to take on experienced rivals on the m distance. After a fast start Brendan settled into 6th position and held this place to the finish. Competing in the Girls m Butterfly West set a lifetimes best to finish in the Bronze medal position.
Smashing her personal best Harriet returns with one medal and 5 National Age Group finals to her name. Not stopping there Isaac also swam the m Butterfly. Taking his total to 4 National Age Group Finals.
Making a final tally of 8 National Age Group Finals. Competing in the Girls 12yrs m Butterfly Harriet swam a huge personal best to take the Silver medal. After making her first National final last year Harriet has now taken her first step on to the podium a year on. Isaac competing in the Boys 11yrs m Freestyle and m Freestyle events swam to 6th and 7th place finishes.
Elliott and Jack both contested the Boys 13yrs and 14yrs m Backstroke finishing 9th and 4th. Lewis finish 7th place in the Boys 11yrs m Breaststroke.
Harriet West 6th in the Girls 12yrs m Ind. Medley and Harriet Cooper 6th in the Girls 13yrs m Freestyle just 0. Strong performances from these swimmers as they search for podium places. After very competitive heats Lewis Thick penny, Harriet West and Harriet Cooper progressed through to the day one finals.
Jack Warren Ballard and George Cooper swam lifetime bests and narrowly missed out on a final placing. Jack finishing 11th and George finishing 15th both within 0. Isaac Peace, Jonathan Crow swam there first ever National heats and look to improve later in the competition.
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Cry aim to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to sudden cardiac death and sudden death syndrome, and offer support to those who have suffered a bereavement. Smith won her first gold in the m Individual Medley and secured her Medley double with an impressive swim in the m Individual Medley today.
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Smith claimed the gold medal in a time of 2: Sophie turned in third after the first m but was leading from the front by the second half of the race. Smith maintained her dominance and paced the race well to touch the wall in a British Age Group Record of 4: Competing in the 3km event Brendan swam a confident controlled race swimming through the pack over the first 1km then became part of a 4 man break away group finishing with a sprint to move from 3rd to 1st to take the Boys yrs 3km title.
Great swimming for their first open water event. Midland Age Group Champions are: After missing the qualifying time at Millfield Meet George powered his way to now compete in the Boys 11yrs m and m Backstroke at Ponds Forge in July.
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Knight and Cooper both claimed double gold medals against the best swimmers from the Midlands. The Freestyle team go into the championship in second place after becoming Regional Youth champions. Megan has qualified to compete in the Girls 12yrs m Breaststroke at the National Age Group Championships this summer. Competing in the m Freestyle Chloe swam well inside the Girls 11yrs qualifying time.
During a heavy competition schedule where racing tough was the philosophy. A further 11 went on to podium at the event. Highlights include the Boys yrs 4xm Freestyle Team who qualify to National Championships as the second fastest team in the country. Having just missed the record twice before Sophie has now lowered the new record to 2.
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The Dale have been in the basement division since but it has been a cracker of a season so far, with Keith Hill's side top of League Two and 10 points clear of the play-off zone.
Hill has done a terrific job and, after reaching the play-offs for the last two seasons, his team are well placed to go one better this time. Their fixture against Shrewsbury last weekend was the only League two match to survive the weather and plenty of rival managers were at the chilly surrounds of Spotland to watch Rochdale's demolition of Shrewsbury.
Hill sounded bullish afterwards, throwing down the classic 'catch us if you can' challenge - but much could depend on what happens during the January transfer window. Chris Dagnall, for example, has 12 league goals and could yet become a belated present for a club from a higher division. Rochdale have had plenty to celebrate so far I know what Bournemouth want for Christmas - the Football League to lift their transfer embargo.
Eddie Howe has worked wonders with his threadbare squadand the Cherries are second in the League Two table. However, their thrashing at Morecambe suggests they might be running out of steam. The football club that forgot to take the turkey out of the freezer this year is undoubtedly Darlington.
I still cannot work out why they jettisoned Colin Toddan experienced and wily manager, for Steve Staunton. Not another vanity appointment by a young and inexperienced chairman seduced by a relatively big name? Darlo have eight points and a goal difference of minus 35 after 21 games - and are 11 points from safety. I fear that next season they can look forward to showcasing arguably the finest stadium the Blue Square Premier has ever seen. And how full is Santa's sack at Notts County?
Not very, I suspect. Their supporters must feel a bit like a child who was promised a bike but given a crayon set.
It happened to me once and I still haven't really recovered.