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Pippa Temple

Pippa Temple maintains a family tradition by competing internationally in aquatics, her mother Annika having competed for Great Britain as a Youth level swimmer.

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Rosie Huck

After winning the ASA National Age Group Junior title with City of Manchester in 2012, Rosie Huck’s international career gathered momentum the following season.

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Katie Hesketh

Katie Hesketh is another to have made the step up to the British senior team from the succesful international age group squads between 2010 and 2012.

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Jade Smith

Goalkeeper Jade Smith was a key member of successful British junior teams before graduating to the senior squad full-time after the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Kathryn Fowler

Kathryn Fowler progressed through the junior British teams between 2007 and 2009, competing at European Championships in Hungary, Greece and Italy.

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Peggy Etiebet

Peggy Etiebet was a latecomer to the British set-up, joining her first competitive senior team in time for the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona.

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Ella Chadderton

Ella Chadderton was called up to train with the senior team for the first time in 2009 after impressing with her performances at the 2008 European Youth Championships in Gyor, Hungary.

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Claire Nixon

Claire Nixon broke into the British senior women’s team as a 17-year old in September 2010, picking up experience with the squad in the Hungarian National League.

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Ciara Gibson-Byrne

Born in Barcelona to British parents, Ciara Gibson-Byrne has been a mainstay of the British team since making her debut as a 17-year old in 2010.

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Aine Hoy

After appearing as one of the youngest players at the 2004 European Junior Championships in Italy, Aine Hoy broke through into the senior set-up the following year.

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