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Swimmer of the Year February

HANNAH GREEN has been voted Reading Royals Synchronised Swimming Club's swimmer of the year. She has worked extremely hard throughout 2009, gaining two skill levels. She qualified for the British Championships and also represented England in the Comen Cup. Hannah received her trophy when the club held their annual awards evening held at the Arborfield British Legion Club.


CLICK for Other 'Awards Evening' winners

BAFTA JOY  -

 February 21st

WITH three of their synchronised swimmers in the Olympic squad, the Reading Royals' girls are used to winning. But they made a splash on Sunday when they added a BAFTA to their list of achievements. Eight members of- the Reading Royals' Synchronised Swimming Club took part in a short film directed by Italian filmmaker Martina Amati. Ms Amati — who is also a free diver —clinched the Short Film award with I Do Air.............

For the full Reading Post article click the image left.


The film is 7.24 minutes or so long - take a look at it HERE

May - Royals athletes turn to modelling for local Basingstoke photographer Wayne Khan. Clich here for link to the you tube item.

Reading Novice Competition - July, Central Pool

Story of the Novice Competition can be found in the archive HERE

The talent squad did a photoshoot prior to competition and some of the club related GB Swimstars images are left.

Chania, Crete was the venue for the Comen Cup on the 21st -25th July



Reading Royals' swimmers Jade, Sophie (then Rushmoor), Natalie and Rhiannon (then Portsmouth) all swam in the team that finished 12th in the Free final and 9th in the Combination.

Sadly very few photos around of the Chania event. If anyone has any more we would be glad to put them up!


The venue was the Nautical Club and Chania itself looks very nice indeed. Anyone thinking about a holiday there - follow this link. A promotional  video with some beautiful shots and with a syncho theme.




                                                 Results

GB Seniors European Championships  -

Budapest, August

On the GB scene 2010 was a European Championship year.

Reading Royals had Katie C, Katie S and Jaz in the squad.

Images from the warm up earlier in the day. Remember the girls saying they were cold!

KatieS trying to keep warm on the left and not quite sure on the right whether Jas had cold hands or was doing the warming! Jenny seen 'bombing' the middle image!

Great Britain Synchro 87.100

The Team Free swim took place between storms on an otherwise sunny late afternoon. Click the box to the right for video of the routine....

Multi-Regionals -

Gloucester, October 16th

Regionals like Nationals was also this year at Gloucester.

Duets

18/19yrs

1. Harriet Roberts/Rebecca Bates

Teams

12&Under

3.    Reading Royals


13/14yrs

2.   Reading Royals


12&Under Recreational

4.  Reading Royals


13/14yrs Recreational

3.  Reading Royals

Solos




13/14yrs

3.    Jade Hearmon

4.   Natalie Saudan

6.  Lucy Farrell



15/16yrs

2.   Kristina Holley

5.   Hannah Green









Slider with images from the day.

Figures (top 10)

12&under

5.    Hannah Mulshaw



13/14yrs

3.   Jade Hearmon

4.  Natalie Saudan

7.  Tianee Buckley

8. Lily Ryan


15/16yrs

2.    Kristina Holley

10.  Hannah Green


18/19yrs

2.   Harriet Roberts

4.  Rebecca Bates

5.   Hannah Rush

National Age Groups -

Gloucester

The Chamipionships were held at Gloucester in its usual early December time slot.

Solos

12&U

No swimmer



13/14yrs

2.    Jade Hearmon

4.   Natalie Saudan

8.   Lucy Farrell




15/16yrs

2.   Hannah Green

4.   Kristina Holley

Duets

12&U

No swimmers


13/14yrs

2.  Natalie Saudan/Lucy Farrell


15/16yrs

5. Hannah Green/Charlotte Adams


19&over

1.  Harriet Roberts/Rebecca Bates

Figures

12&U

11. Hannah Mulshaw


13/14yrs

1.   Jade Hearmon

4.   Natalie Saudan

12. Tianee Buckley

13. Lucy Farrell

15. Lily Ryan


15/16yrs

2.  Kristina Holley

7.  Hannah Green


18/19yrs

2.  Harriet Roberts

5.  Rebecca Bates


Slider left has images from the day

Teams

12&U

3.  Reading Royals

Hannah Mulshaw, Megan Watterson, Jenny Bates, Daisy Fowler,

Verity Campbell, Millie Harris, Liberty James, Poppy Gray


13/14yrs

2.  Reading Royals

Natalie Saudan, Tianee Buckley, Lucy Farrell, Maisie James,

Millie Ryan, Esme Lower, Jade Hearmon


15/17yrs

3. Reading Royals

Kristina Holley, Hannah Green, Krista Pierro, Kerry Rothery,

Charlotte Adams, Rebecca King


19&U Recreational

8. Reading Royals

Elizabeth Hamilton, Lottie Joy, Sophie Ross, Sydney Bautista,

Jade Savage, Eleanor Black, Stephanie Ridge

Get Reading December17 2010.


IN THE MEDALS: Reading Royals trio Jade Hearmon (gold), Harriet Roberts (gold) and Kristina Holley (silver) were successful in the figures

 

READING Royals won two gold medals, six silver and a bronze at the national age competition, where there standard was very high. Jade Hearmon claimed the club's first gold medal in the under-13/14 figure competition, with Natalie Saudan finishing fourth. Royals' other winners were Harriet Roberts and Rebecca Bates in the 18/19 age group duet. Harriet also won silver in the figures with Rebecca fifth. The 15/17 figures produced a silver medal for Kristina Holley. Jade won silver in the under 13/14 solo, with Natalie fourth again.

Hannah Green took silver in the under-15/17 solo with Kristina fourth. Lucy Farrell and Natalie Saudan collected silver in the duet. More medals then came Reading's way in the team com-petitions. A silver went to the 13/14 team of Natalie Saudan, Tianne Buckley, Lucy Farrell, Maisie James, Lily Ryan and Esme Lower. Under-12s Hannah Mulshaw, Megan Watterson, Jenny Bates, Daisy Fowler, Verity Campbell and Millie Harris won bronze. And there was also a bronze for the 15-17 swimmers Kristina Holley, Hannah Green, Krista Pierro, Kerry Rothery and Charlotte Adams.

ASA National Championships

     working.....

Christmas Show Images below

December 19th - Christmas Show had "Movies" as its theme.


"This is the time of the year to look back at the past year and remind ourselves of all the hard work by swimmers and their coaches and the results we have achieved. The year would not have been possible without hard work of our Head Coach Di Hughes, Chief Choreographer Kate Coupar and their teams, who supported by our committee are doing a great job and our thanks go to all of them"

Mila Robertson - President

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

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