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August 2, 2021

Mullumbimby swimmers are winners

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Amber Borthwick. (Photo supplied)
Amber Borthwick. (Photo supplied)

The Mullumbiby Swim Club had a great summer season and swimmers improved across the board, many of those athletes are still reaping the rewards from their time in the Petria Thomas Pool.

Twelve-year-old Kalani Bruce and Amber Borthwick at just 11, represented the club last weekend at the Swimming North Coast Winter Championships held at Crescent Head and the Trinity Aquatic Centre in Lismore.

They competed against clubs from Port Macquarie through to the Gold Coast.

Kalani achieved four PBs and Amber won bronze in the 50m butterfly and breaststroke, silver in the 200m breaststroke and two state qualifying times for Sydney.

Kalani and Amber have also been chosen to participate in the SNC Development Squad.

Kalani Bruce. (Photo supplied)
Kalani Bruce. (Photo supplied)


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