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Jade and Natalie compete for GB in international cup event

Get Reading (Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2010 at Highdown School). Reading Royals youngsters Jade Hearman and Natalie Saudan  recently represented Great Britain in the Comen Cup in Crete. This was the first international competition for both swimmers who have been training with the England development squad since January.The standard was extremely high with Russia, Canada and hosts Greece collecting most of the medals. Jade competed in both free and combination teams with Natalie in the free team. Their weekend started with the figure competition. Natalie finished 129th and JadeRead More


Belgrade-bound Beki set to shine for England

GET READING   A GCSE student from the Holt is hoping to push her way into contention for the 2012 Olympics GB synchronised swimming squad when she competes in the Comen Cup this week. Beki King, 15, from Woosehill is one of the up and coming stars of British synchronised swimming, and will be representing the England Development team in the most prestigious junior tournament in Europe in Belgrade. The trip is the culmination of three years training with the Development squad, and a recent increase in funding has allowedRead More


England call up for Royals girls

FIVE girls from Reading Royals have been selected to represent England in Egypt in August. The girls – Rebecca Davies, Helen Morris, Jazmine Stansbury, Grainne Shaughnessy and Melanie DeVoy – were invited to take part in squad training earlier this year, which led to selection for the team. Each of the the girls has to raise £500 to attend, with the money coming from various events including a sponsored wall climb. The girls have now completed two training camps and at the second the team of eight swimmers and twoRead More


England call up for Royals junior girls

FIVE girls from Reading Royals have been selected to represent England in Egypt in August. The girls – Rebecca Davies, Helen Morris, Jazmine Stansbury, Grainne Shaughnessy and Melanie DeVoy – were invited to take part in squad training earlier this year, which led to selection to the team. Each of the girls has to raise £500 to attend, with the money coming from various events including a sponsored wall climb. The girls have now completed two training camps and at the second the team of eight swimmers and two reservesRead More


Chloe and Katie book England places