Swim­mers im­press at Div 2

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Pukekohe Swim­ming Club some out­stand­ing re­sults,’’ coach rank­ings. Those swim­mers were ath­letes shone at the re­cent New Jim Ruiter­man said. Ge­or­gia Wil­son, Amelia de Zealand Divi­sion 2 swim­ming ‘‘As a team they broke their Lau­tour, Sarah Dodd, Molly Kaio com­pe­ti­tion in Ro­torua. per­sonal best times in 72 per cent and Maia Clare, who achieved the

A team of 12 tal­ented of their swims. Swim­mers with feat five sep­a­rate times. swim­mers qual­i­fied for the com100 per cent per­sonal best times The team made nine fi­nals pe­ti­tion, for swim­mers aged were Amelia de Lau­tour, Mil­lie with Maia Clare win­ning gold in be­tween 12 and 18 years. Nor­man, Ge­or­gia Wil­son, Molly the 200m med­ley and sil­ver in the

‘‘The Pukekohe team was very Kaio, Char­lotte Hy­land-Mills and 100m med­ley. Mil­lie Nor­man won young and in­ex­pe­ri­enced with Sarah Dodd. sil­ver medal in the 200m only one swim­mer older than 13. Swim­mers are ranked ac­cord­breast­stroke and bronze medal in For all the swim­mers this was ing to their qual­i­fy­ing times for the 50m breast­stroke. Other their first ma­jor swim­ming meet this meet. On nine oc­ca­sions fi­nal­ists were Olivia Nichol and stay­ing to­gether as a team and Pukekohe swim­mers climbed the girls 4 x 100m med­ley re­lay they re­sponded beau­ti­fully with more than 25 po­si­tions on these team.

Pukekohe Swim­ming Club mem­bers im­pressed in the re­cent na­tional Divi­sion 2 com­pe­ti­tion.

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