Sydney Uni ready to strike at Short Course Nationals

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This weekend 16 SUSF & NSWIS Swimming Program of Excellence swimmers will represent Sydney University at the 2013 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre (SOPAC).

Leading the charge will be World Championship semi-finalist Matt Abood and Summer Universiade (World University Games) Australian representatives Andrew Abood (50m freestyle relay silver medallist), Hayley White (200m backstroke bronze medallist), Melissa Mitchell (state champion) and Keiran Qaium (200 butterfly semi-finalist). 

Supporting them ably will be state champions Meagan Ramsay (200m IM, 400m IM and 200m breaststroke), Te Haumi Maxwell (50m freestyle and 100m backstroke) and Sarah Rose (50m butterfly S6).

A number of other talented swimmers will be hoping to perform well at Sydney Uni’s final hit out of the season, including Michelle Troup, Sam McConnell, Albert Jing, Matt Kan, Nick Rispolli, Keelan Bridge, Brendan Micaliff and Kazimir Boskovic.

Unattached swimmers Tom Meggit, Nathaniel Romeo, Ben Lindsay and Ben McDermott have all been training with the SUSF & NSWIS Swimming Program of Excellence squad and will also compete this weekend.  

 

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