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Barnstaple Swimming success at Cardiff International Pool

Barnstaple Swimming Club members win Exeter Open Meet medals at Cardiff …

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ELEVEN Barnstaple Swimming Club members won 31 medals in the Exeter May Meet, held at Cardiff International Pool.

  1. SUPER SWIMMERS: Members of the Barnstaple team in Cardiff.

    SUPER SWIMMERS: Members of the Barnstaple team in Cardiff.

Every Barnstaple swimmer won a medal, bringing home nine gold, 15 silver and seven bronze.

Sam Nevill, 11, and Katie Holland, 16, both won two goals in the level-two category. Erin Hall, 12, had two silver medals.


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Kelly Jeffery and Grace Wood won two silvers and a bronze apiece in the 14 years and 12 years groups respectively.

Ellie Marquardt, Olivia Sayer, Francesca Sayer and Harriet Larter all earned two medals each in their age groups.

In the level-three events, Olivia won gold, Harriet gold and silver, Bryn-Lee Hill two silvers and one bronze, and Holly Nevill one silver.

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