Camden ‘execute race plans’ to win National Arena Swimming League B Final

Camden Swiss Cottage were crowned National Arena Swimming League B Final champions after ‘executing their race plans’ to edge a closely-fought competition at the Cardiff International Pool.

They finished on 355 points, nine clear of runners-up Plymouth Leander with defending B Final champions Basildon Phoenix in third.

Camden also claimed the relay challenge for the best aggregate time from all the relay events which proved to be crucial in their success.

The lead changed hands several times between Camden and Plymouth Leander throughout the 51 events.

Everyone stepped up

However, Camden edged it in the last block of relays to take spot to the delight on head coach Adam Taylor, who was quick to praise his victorious squad.

He said: “It was about trusting the work completed in training, focusing on the details and executing race plans. 

“We did that really well and enjoyed ourselves in the process!.

“Everyone stepped up and had a great competition across all the age groups.”  

B Final standings 

  1. Camden Swiss Cottage 355 
  2. Plymouth Leander 346
  3. Basildon Phoenix 313
  4. Bromley 304
  5. City of Norwich 297
  6. Poole 279
  7. City of Cambridge 267
  8. City of Coventry 249
  9. Wigan BEST 209
  10. Sevenoaks 189