County’s veterans master the competition
Wain and Price also teamed up with James Pearson and Adrian Pinnington in the 200+ mixed 4x200m freestyle relay to win bronze.
In the 240+ 4x50m medley relay, RTW Masters Brian Hunt, Michael Prime, Pinnington and Jim Pearson also won bronze.
There were also some strong performances by swimmers representing Erith & District, Saxon Crown, Hythe Aqua, Black Lion, Sevenoaks, City of Canterbury and Gravesend & Northfleet.
Isaacs said: “Masters swimming in Kent continues to grow in popularity.
“We have over 20 clubs around the county to help you enjoy the sport.”
Visit www.kentswimming. org/ page- masters to find a club or email glen. isaacs@ kentswimming.org Tonbridge’s Bob Elliott has been selected for one of the Royal Yachting Association’s most prestigious awards. Elliott will receive a lifetime commitment award at the RYA’s awards ceremony in London on November 16. He’s been a member of Tonbridge Town Sailing Club for 35 years, holding numerous roles during that time. Elliott said: “I was both surprised and honoured to learn that I had been put forward for this award. “I am looking forward to the day and to receiving the award.” Anthony Lunch, who went to school in Sevenoaks, has also been chosen for the award. James Hall finished eighth in the all-around final at the World Gymnastics Championships in Doha. The Pegasus man was part of the Great Britain team who finished fifth in the team event. And he built on that with a solid performance in his individual final on Wednesday last week. Coach Ionut Trandaburu said: “It’s been a hard competition but great to be part of it.”