Wrexham Swimming Club Chosen To Represent Wales
Wrexham Swimming Club have been chosen to represent Wales in this year’s Tri-Nations challenge in Glasgow.
50 swimmers from Wrexham Swimming Club will be travelling up to the Tollcross International Swimming Pool (home of the 2014 Commonwealth Games) to compete in the very first Tri-Nations Challenge on Friday 11 April.
The Club has been selected from hundreds of Welsh Clubs to represent their country at this prestigious event to tie in with the Commonwealth Trials for Britain’s Elite Swimmers. Wrexham Swimming Club will be swimming for Wales in a never-before-seen event against England and Scotland for top honours.
The swimmers will don their Welsh Flags with pride as they take on the other Home Nations in 16 events. The swimmers, aged 9-18yrs have been training up to 10 times per week at Wrexham Waterworld and Clywedog.
At the event, the young swimmers will also get the opportunity to watch Britain’s best fight it out for a place in their respective Nations Commonwealth Squads.
Head Coach, Craig Prime said: “The excitement around the Club is electrifying at the moment ahead of the event and the Club would like to thank Total Swimming, Ball Packaging Europe, Macron, Wrexham Council and all members of the Swimming Club for their efforts and support for this once in a lifetime event.”
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