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Medals galore for Sevenoaks Synchro at season's final competition

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Tuesday, 25 September 2018 00:00

On Saturday September 22, Sevenoaks Sychronised Swimming team had a great day at the South East Regionals in Crawley, with everyone on the team coming away with a medal. This was our last competition this synchro season. 

We entered two routines, each team swimming to music for 3 minutes. The 12u team were happy to take home the silver medal, with a score of 55.66.

The Team comprised of: Amelia Bell, Angelina Bezuidenhout, Betty Black, Ella Francis, Fleur Kirk, Gemma Grobbelaar, Isabelle Thompson, Laragh Redhouse, Lena Saunders, Lucy Sadler and Maelle Fontaine. This young team has had a great season with gold at the Kent Finals, gold at London Regionals and 6th at Nationals.

The 13-15 years team were delighted to come away with a silver medal and a score of 55.73, higher than their score at London Regionals. This Team comprised of : Amy Cameron, Aruni Meedeniya, Eden Dyer, Emilie Williams, Jodie Yew, Katie Thomas, Michaela Grobbelaar, Sayaka Soga, Sophia McInnes and Tiia Lahdelma. They have also had a great season with bronze at London Regionals, silver at Kent and 12th at Nationals.

The girls are looking forward to starting their new routines for next season this week.

Amazing day for Sevenoaks Synchro at Kent Finals

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Tuesday, 03 July 2018 00:00

On Sunday June 24, the Sevenoaks Sychronised Swimming team had an amazing day at the Kent Finals in Canterbury, with nearly everyone on the team coming away with a medal.

For individual figures, in the novice 12u category we had a silver medal for Ella Francis and a bronze for Anjola Pratt. In the Novice 13-18 we had a gold for Niamh Black and bronze for Jodie Yew. All four girls have only swum with us since January. In Grade zero 13-18 Katie Thomas brought home silver. In Grade 1 12u Amelia Bell took silver and Tiia Lahdelma silver in the 13-18 age group. In Grade 3 13-18 Aruni Meedeniya took bronze swimming up a grade. Niamh Black won the trophy for best newcomer in Kent.

We entered two routines, each team swimming to music for 3 minutes. The 12u team, were ecstatic to take home the gold medal and the U12 trophy with a score of 52.7 Team: Amelia Bell, Angelina Bezuidenhout, Anjola Pratt, Betty Black, Ella Francis, Fleur Kirk, Gemma Grobbelaar, Isabelle Thompson, Laragh Redhouse, Lena Saunders, Lucy Sadler and Maelle Fontaine.

The 13-15 years team were delighted to come away with a silver medal and a score of 55.36, higher than their score at London Regionals. Team: Amy Cameron, Aruni Meedeniva, Eden Dyer, Emilie Williams, Katie Thomas, Michaela Grobbelaar, Niamh Black, Sayaka Soga, Sophia McInnes, and Tiia Lahdelma

The teams are still in training for their last competition of the summer on 7 July at the London Aquatic Centre. This is the National Combo Cup and it is the first time Sevenoaks Synchro has competed in team routines at national level.

 

Medals galore for Sevenoaks Synchro swimmers

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Monday, 11 June 2018 00:00

On 9 June, Sevenoaks Sychronised Swimming team had an amazing day at London Regionals, with everyone on the team coming away with a medal.

This was their first competition this season, with each team swimming a routine to music for 3 minutes. The U12 team, were delighted with their gold medal  with a score of 53.86, over 3 points clear of the runners up. Team: Amelia Bell, Angelina Bezuidenhout, Anjola Pratt, Caitlin Lauerman, Ella Francis, Fleur Kirk, Gemma Grobbelaar, Isabelle Thompson, Laragh Redhouse, Lena Saunders, Lucy Sadler and Maelle Fontaine.

The U15 team are a bit more experienced but had a few hiccups on the day; they were delighted to come away with a bronze medal and a score of 55.20, less than 0.75 points from second place. Team: Amy Cameron, Aruni Meedeniva, Eden Dyer, Emilie Williams, Katie Thomas, Michaela Grobbelaar, Niamh Black, Sayaka Soga, Sophia McInnes, and Tiia Lahdelma

Both teams are looking forward to their next outings at the Kents at Canterbury on 24 June and their first swim in the National Combo Cup at the London Aquatic Centre on 7 July.

 

 

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