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Dover Fins Swim Meets

Competing in two swim meets the past week, many swimmers improved their Personal Bests and returned home with a haul of medals

  • Dover Fins Swim Meets
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  • Dover Fins Swim Meets
  • Dover Fins Swim Meets

The Fins have competed in two swim meets in the past week.

Last Saturday, five secondary pupils attended the SJII Challenge Meet. It was a successful event for the swimmers as not only did they all improved their PBs (Personal Bests), they also returned home with a haul of medals.

Mehr knocked 9secs off her previous 50m Freestyle time. 

Tommy had a particularly good meet, competing in the 50m Freestyle, 50m Butterfly and both the Medley and Freestyle Relay. He clanked down the SJII drive with two Gold medals, one silver and one bronze around his neck. 

Billy and Rami received a silver and bronze each for the relays whilst Maya was awarded a bronze medal for her contribution to the Freestyle Relay. The fourth silver medal for the Medley Relay went to Dom from Marlborough. He swam for us in the backstroke after we ended up with a swimmer being unable to attend.

The second swim meet of the week was with Chatsworth. This was held in the DCIS swimming pool and gave many new Fins their first taste of a gala. All the swimmers were timed over 25m for all four strokes. No medals this time but, as always, swimming with Chatsworth was fun and friendly.

Well done to all the swimmers and thank you to all the spectators who attended.

Lorraine Good
PE Teacher