15 January 2011
Tazmin shines in
Pershore Swimming Club's gold medal winning girl Tazmin Pugh travelled to Sheffield's Pond's Forge International Pool to compete in the hardest Level 1 Open Meet organised by the City of
Her first race was the 100m backstroke and swimming to 1.20.81 she improved her personal best L/C time by 3 seconds took the silver trophy and ended her age group rankings as 2nd in the
The afternoon session was much the same story with a 5 sec improvement on her L/C time in the 100m butterfly with 1:20.43 being her seventh Midlands Qualifying time to be competed for in June at
It was a truly successful weekend and with Pugh now entering the 11 year old ranks her eyes are fixed on edging ever nearer to the National Age Group Championships Qualifying times being 5 seconds away in the 100m events; 9 seconds short in the 200m free and 6 seconds in the 200m back. Her County Championships start in February where she will competing in the 800m and 1500m freestyle events for the first time, completing the championships with her club mates over another two weekends in March in fourteen other events.
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