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Results in for competitive 2012 T-30 Challenge

15th February 2013

The results are in for one of the most competitive ASA T-30 Challenges in recent memory.

With more than a 20 per cent increase in entries compared to 2011, the 2012 Challenge - in which individuals or teams swim as far as they can in 30 minutes - saw 276 competitors in the individual event.

The men’s event saw entries from the youngest age group (18-24) up to Bill Moore who set a new record of 1705m in the 75-79 competition and Mike Banfield whose 1525m was a new best in the 80-84.

It was a similar story in the women’s event with Jane Asher topping the list with a record 1645m in the 80-84 competition and entries in all younger age groups apart from one (75-79).

There was more success in the team event with another 45 entries overall.

Click the following links to view individual or team results from the 2012 ASA T-30 Challenge.

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