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Abbotsleigh pair selected for Junior World Championships in USA

Sprinter Natasha Ramsden and Head Coach Amanda Isaac have been selected to represent Australia at the 2017 FINA Junior World Swimming Championships. This fantastic news and a huge achievement for both Natasha and Amanda.

The news broke late Friday night at the conclusion of the Australian Age Swimming Championships in Brisbane. During the competition Natasha posted impressive performances in her favoured 50m and 100m Freestyle events under Amanda’s expert guidance.

This is the first time in Abbotsleigh Swimming Club’s history that we have placed people onto a World Championship team. It is the culmination of a lot hard work and commitment by the two of them – and great that Club members will now be able to train with and be coached by Australian representatives!
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Cap Presentation for Nationals 2017

A presentation of  club caps was made by President Chris Yeats and Coach Amanda Isaac at the Club Night meet on 30/3/2017  to the swimmers who will be representing Abbotsleigh at the National Open and Age Championships 2017 to be held in Brisbane this month.   Show are ( left to … [Read More...]

Abbotsleigh Juniors to represent SMNE at Speedo Sprint Finals

Congratulations to Talia Allsop, Abbey Williamson, Sami Cox, Cami Graham, Zac Dunlop and Sebastian King for being selected to represent SMNE at the 2017 SPEEDO SPRINT FINALS on 12th March. Based solely on the results achieved at the SMNE Speedo Heats on 5th February, the available swimmers with … [Read More...]

Congratulations Ben!

We are delighted to announce that our very own Ben Ramsden, was recently awarded the Area Technical Swimming Committee Convenor of the Year 2016 by NSW Swimming at an awards ceremony held on Saturday 23 July. Congratulations Ben, your contribution to swimming and your ongoing commitment is very … [Read More...]