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Randall Seals Fifth Place In World Trophy Final

29th November 2009
Jenna Randall stepped up her game in the Free Solo at the FINA World Trophy in Montreal as she secured some of her highest marks to take fifth place overall.

Jenna Randall stepped up her game in the Free Solo at the FINA World Trophy in Montreal as she secured some of her highest marks to take fifth place overall.

Commonwealth Silver medallist, Randall, has been one of Great Britain’s strongest synchronised swimmers for over four years and showed her improved synchro skills on the world stage.

British Gas athlete, Randall, was competing against Olympic silver medallist Andrea Fuentes and World Champion Natalia Ishchenko and put any nerves she had behind her as she took to the platform with confidence.

Randall showed strength and power in the water and as her routine finished she scored some her highest marks of her career. Her scores ranged between 9.2 – 9.3 and a total of 93.000 to give her fifth place.

The Thematic Team saw the British Gas Team perform well to seal eighth place ahead of their rivals Brazil.

The routine, which included Olivia Allison and Jenna Randall, saw the athletes secure marks of 8.7 – 9.2 and an overall mark of 89.667.

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