GB Deaf Swimming announce squad for 2015 World Championships.

01 Dec
01 Dec

GB Deaf Swimming announce the fifteen swimmers that have been selected to compete in the World Deaf Swimming Championships in Texas, USA 2015.

There will be 8 male and 7 female swimmers competing internationally against deaf swimmers from all over world. This higher standard event will be a big test to the swimmers in the team to prove they have improved from the European Championships in June this year. Sam Chamberlain Head Coach said “I am confident all swimmers have the talent to make finals, break records and achieve medals. My expectations are to improve the standards, compared to the last World Championships in Portugal, to achieve more finals, records and medals.”

The team is:

List of selected swimmers

Tom Baxter
Jack McComish
James Webster
Kieran Holdbrook
Matthew Oaten
Luke Nisted
Nathan Young
Oliver Kenny

Danielle Joyce
Emily Noden
Polly Saines
Emma Lees
Jasmine Seamarks
Ciara Tappenden
Lucy Walkup

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