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Swimming - 09. June 2007.


British Synchro have announced a 10-strong squad to compete at the European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships in Spain.

The squad, which was selected at the British trials in May, includes some experienced athletes in the likes of Elizabeth Smith (17, City of Birmingham), and Natascha Lau (17, Rushmoor), who were selected as part of the 2006 Junior World Championships in China and the 2006 European Junior squad.

The team, under the direction of new Head Coach Loredana Montico, will be looking to take the next step in their development in the run up to London 2012.

The girls will be preparing for the event at a five-week intensive training camp held at the Garrison pool in Aldershot where they will be working alongside senior athletes Jenna Randall, Olivia Allison and Lauren Smith.


The British squad selected for the European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships comprises:

Name Club
Elizabeth Smith City of Birmingham
Natasha Lau Rushmoor
Helen Morris Reading Royals
Eleanor George Portsmouth Victoria
Jazmine Stansbury Reading Royals
Asha Randall Rushmoor
Lisa Marsh Bristol Central
Jenny Godding Reading Royals
Emily Kuhl Rushmoor
Victoria Lucass Rushmoor

For more information contact ASA Media Assistant Gemma Field on 01509 632262, 07917 726431 or email gemma.field@swimming.org <mailto:gemma.field@swimming.org>
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