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A total of 58 youngsters from 49 clubs across the country have been chosen to take part in the ‘first-class programme’.
Swim England Talent have indicated that training this year would specifically focus on bespoke land work – and it is hoped that talent pool activity will return in 2021.
“We have created a programme of learning based on the pillars of athlete development online during September and December,” said Martin Lees, Swim England Para-Swimming Manager.
“Some of these opportunities will provide bespoke land work that will focus on developing swimmers physical literacy, creating more efficient and effective movement patterns in the water. We also have psychology and nutrition workshops planned where the athletes will be able to explore these subjects and see how it will help them in training and to perform when it matters.”
Swim England North West would like to congratulate the following swimmers from the Region on their selection:
Erin Boyles – Workington SC (Foundation)
Harry Lee – Peel SC IOM (Foundation)
Rachael Partington – City of Manchester Aquatics (Foundation)
Poppy Maskill – Alsager (National Youth)
Georgia Sheffield – City of Salford SC (National Youth)
Luke Batty – Bolton Metro SS (National Youth)
Benjamin Grainger – Peel SC IOM (National Youth)
Evan Holt – Cockermouth SC (National Youth)
Ryan Potter – Blackpool Aquatics (National Youth)
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