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Fighting through

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Fighting through

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Yesterday’s preliminaries of the Purity Inter-Schools Swimming Championship at the Aquatic Centre might have shown that St Winifred’s and Charles F. Broome, defending champions in the boys and girls sections, respectively, will be battling strong in the finals on November 18.
However, performances by other swimmers, like Michelle Willoughby (here) of St Paul’s, suggest a thriller when those finals take place. Willoughby, whose older sister Kimberley is a national swimmer, was unmatched in the butterfly section of the girls 100 metre medley relay.
Her performance for St Paul’s helped to push the overall winners in the medley, Charles F. Broome, to a record time of 59.14, which eclipsed St Winifred’s 2009 mark. (KB)

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