Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Swimmers to Gain Competition Experience at Geneva International Meet 2017

National Coach Alan Lynn said, “The meet lends itself to the swimmers focusing fully on their process goals and developing and refining their race plans"

Twenty swimmers from the Scottish Youth and Senior Squads will be competing at the Geneva International Meet at the weekend (20-22 January 2017), as part of the on-going commitment to providing challenging competitive experiences as part of the National Programme.

The meet will feature some of the best swimmers from across Europe presenting strong senior and youth opposition for the swimmers to compete against.

National Coach Alan Lynn said, “As we build towards the summer meets, at this stage of the season the meet lends itself to the swimmers focusing fully on their process goals and developing and refining their race plans. It’s a strong group of athletes supported by experienced staff and they are looking forward to the challenge ahead”.  

Staff & Coaches

 

Ally

Whike

 

Monica

Borland

 

Phil

Potter

 

Gregor

McMillan

 

Kerry

Wood

 

Linda

Hardy

 

Kostas

Kalitsis

 

Nikki

Gibson

 

Swimmers

 

Thomas

Beeley

University of Aberdeen

George

Clough

Warrender Baths Club

Finlay

Deans

COAST

Daniel

Ferguson

Swim West Lothian

Anna

Fleming

City of Glasgow Swim Team

Archie

Goodburn

Warrender Baths Club

Tara

Haworth

Lincoln Vulcans

Isabel

Jones

Millfield School

Keanna

MacInnes

Heart of Midlothian ASC

Andrew

Macintosh

East Kilbride ASC

Scott

McLay

Perth City SC

Nikki

Miller

East Kilbride ASC

Róisín

Ramsay

Warrender Baths Club

Ryan

Retson

FIRST

Luke

Robins

Millfield School

Lucy

Ross

East Kilbride ASC

Sophie

Smith

Arbroath St Thomas

Chanel

Sneddon

FIRST

Alexandra

Waller

Heart of Midlothian ASC

Cassie

Wild

Ellesmere College Titans

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