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Molly Renshaw

Molly Renshaw burst on to the national stage as a 14-year old in 2011, winning 200m Breaststroke bronze at the British Championships in Manchester then silver in the same event at the ASA National Championships later in the season.

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Sophie Taylor

Sophie Taylor showed her international potential as a 14-year old, clocking a personal best to claim 100m Breaststroke bronze at the 2010 Berlin International Swim Meet.

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Danielle Huskisson

After encouraging performances in the 800m and 1500m Freestyle events at the British Gas International Meet in March 2013, Danielle Huskisson was offered a spot at the British trials for the open water events at the World Championships, held at the Portuguese Nationals.

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Lauren Quigley

Lauren Quigley continues a tradition of world class swimmers in her family, her mother Yvonne Stanley having swum internationally and her aunt Gaynor Stanley having competed for Team GB at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

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Ellie Faulkner

After winning 400m Freestyle bronze at the inaugural Youth Olympics in Singapore in 2010, Ellie Faulkner quickly blossomed into one of Great Britain’s top senior swimmers, winning her first British medal with 1500m Freestyle silver in 2011.

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Siobhan-Marie O’Connor

After reaching two finals on an encouraging European Junior Championship debut in 2010, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor burst on to the scene in 2011, winning 200m Individual Medley gold at the ASA National Championships to secure a place at the World Championships in Shanghai.

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Jessica Lloyd

Sprinter Jessica Lloyd broke through in 2010, reaching her first British Championship final in the 50m Freestyle and securing a spot on the European Junior team for Helsinki where she helped the 4x100m Freestyle Relay team to silver.

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Keri-anne Payne

Keri-anne Payne was just two days shy of her 17th birthday when she won 400m Freestyle gold at the 2004 European Short Course Championships in Vienna - her first senior international meet.

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Francesca Halsall

Fran Halsall was just 16 years old when she won her first major senior medals with 4x100m Freestyle and 4x100m Medley Relay for England at the 2006 Commonwealth Games then gold as part of the 4x100m Medley Relay quartet at the 2006 European Championships.

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Georgia Davies

Georgia Davies is reigning Commonwealth 50m Backstroke champion and in the form of her life, having won five medals across the 2014 Commonwealth Games and European Championships.

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