Month: July 2019

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World Championships – Korea

Our TSS Dolphins picked up a couple of medals at the very controversial World Championships in Korea. Cam McEvoy scored a bronze in the 4x100m Freestyle relay and a silver in the mixed 4 x 100m Freestyle relay. Kiah Melverton picked up a Gold in the 4 x 200m Freestyle relay. They’re still on the move and are now headed to a training camp in Tokyo.

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Wold University Games, Italy – Update

Well done to our amazing swimmers competing in Italy for the World Uni Games. Special mention to Moesha Johnson (Silver in the 1500m), Alice Stuart (Bronze in the Medley relay).

Also, a huge Well Done to Kai  Edwards for a courageous 14th place finish in the 10km at the World Championships. Kai just missed the automatic qualification for the Olympics. This was his first time on the Senior Dolphins Team. He will have another shot at making the 2020 Olympics next year.  He did however just finish 5th in the 25km !!!!! After 5 hours of racing he was only 8 seconds off a medal.

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World University Games, Italy. Good Luck!

Good luck to our swimmers; Josh Parrish, McKinley 15 (TSS Old Boy), Grayson Bell , Walker, 16 (TSS Old Boy), Alice Stuart and Moesha Johnson who are competing at the World University Games in Italy which are starting this week.

More great news for TSS Aquatic with David Morgan, Kiah Melverton, Maddy Gough, Cameron MvEvoy, Kai Edwatds, Georgia-Leigh Vele and our High Performance Coach Chris Nesbit selected for the World Championships in South Korea. They are headed there this week via a training camp in Cairns and then Japan. Competition starts on 21 July.