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Wales Commonwealth aquatics team revealed

16 June 2014

Commonwealth Games Wales and Swim Wales have revealed its full aquatics squad for Glasgow.

Seven swimmers including Jazz Carlin, Jemma Lowe, Georgia Davies and Thomas Haffield, were pre-selected in November. An additional 16 athletes and para-athletes have now been confirmed.

Head Coach and Performance Manager for Swim Wales, Martyn Woodroffe, is confident the team of experienced and newer swimmers will deliver in Glasgow. He said: “This will be the strongest ever Welsh team that we’re sending to a Commonwealth Games. There’s a good mix of experienced swimmers and some new faces that will all be looking to make an impact on the podium.”

Athletes selected to represent Wales at the Commonwealth Games:

  • Jazmin Carlin (Swansea University)

  • Georgia Davies (British Gas NTC Lougborough) 

  • Mari Davies (Caernarfon)

  • Thomas Haffield (City of Cardiff)   

  • Robert Holderness (Millfield School)

  • Ieuan Lloyd (City of Cardiff)

  • Calum Jarvis (British Gas NTC Bath)

  • Daniel Jervis (Swim Swansea)

  • Ellena Jones (Swim Swansea)

  • Tom Laxton (British Gas NTC Loughbborough)

  • Marco Loughran (Guildford)

  • Jemma Lowe (British Gas NTC Bath)

  • Hannah McCarthy (Swansea University)

  • Xavier Mohammad (City of Cardiff)

  • Sian Morgan (Edinburgh University)

  • Otto Putland (City of Cardiff)

  • Bethan Sloan (Bridgend County)

  • ​Danielle Stirrat (City of Cardiff)

  • Alys Thomas (Swansea University)

  • Jack Thomas (Swansea University)

  • Chloe Tutton (City of Cardiff)

  • Ryan West (Gloucester City)

  • Rachel Williams (British Gas NTC Bath)

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