Club records are broken as Thetford Dolphins shine in Wisbech

Thetford Dolphins travelled to Wisbech for the Senior Fenland League A final and an outstanding disp

Thetford Dolphins travelled to Wisbech for the Senior Fenland League A final and an outstanding display saw them finish second. - Credit: Submitted

Thetford Dolphins travelled to Wisbech for the Senior Fenland League A final and an outstanding display saw them finish second behind a very strong West Norfolk.

Three new club records were set: Kacie Cooper finishing first in the 50m breast for the girls nine-years club record which had stood since December 2001; Alice Fasey 100m IM girls 12-years club record which had stood since 1987; and Amie Copp for the 17-years-and-over 100m breast, a record which had stood since 1994 and was previously held by Chrissie Wellington who went on to become a four-time Ironman triathlon world champion.

A further two first places were achieved by Leon Galler, 50m free, and Alice Fasey, 50m breast. Personal bests went to Georgina Dickenson, Alfie King, Katharine Mold, Daniel Clark, Maisie Francis and Alex Darton. Well done to all swimmers.


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