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Georgina wins gold

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Georgina has two more for the trophy cabinet after at the short-course championships.

Georgina Morley-Miller from the Mullumbimby Swim Club won the gold medal in the 15yrs 200m backstroke and the silver in the 100m backstroke at the Swimming North Coast winter short-course championships over the June long weekend.

The meet was held at two locations (Forster and Lismore) with clubs from the mid-north coast and the north coast competing.

Georgina took one second off her personal best times in both events.

She also took four seconds off her 50m butterfly personal best time.


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