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Ellie Jones – National Youth Forum Secretary

I am in my first year studying Physics at Oxford University, where I am also rowing for Oriel College and a member of the Oxford University Royal Navy Unit.

Ellie Jones

I study Physics at Oxford University, where I also play water polo for the university women's team. I am also a member of the Oxford University Royal Naval Unit.

I started swimming competitively with Winchester City Penguins when I was seven, and am now a student member of the club. I used to compete at county level and achieved regional times aged 11.

I started helping with the club's Learn to Swim section aged 14 and at 16 took my Level 1 teacher's course. I still teach there during university holidays and help out at novice galas. I am also a member of the club's swimmers' forum.

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