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Eight aquatics youngsters shortlisted for Youth Sport Trust funding

29th February 2012

Eight talented young aquatics stars have been awarded ICAP Beckwith Scholarships for the coming year.

The ICAP Beckwith Scholarships are awarded through the Youth Sport Trust and provide vital funding to cover essential training needs and competition costs as well as access to top class coaching and medical support.

Potential athletes are nominated by their NGBs and the final shortlist is based on performance, the athletes’ need or hardship, and their future potential to achieve on the senior stage.

Of the eight shortlisted aquatics athletes, four are from swimming, two from disability swimming, one from diving and one from synchronised swimming.

The successful aquatics nominations for 2012 / 2013 are:

Tom Allen Swimming British Gas ITC Swansea
Craig Benson Swimming Warrender Baths Club
Daniel Goodfellow Diving Cambridge Dive Team
Tully Kearney Disability Swimming Royal Wolverhampton School
Thomas Moss Swimming Stockport Metro
Andrew Mullen Disability Swimming Ren 96
Sophie Randle Synchronised Swimming Rugby Synchro
Chloe Tutton Swimming City of Cardiff
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