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State Short Course Meet Report – March 2010 – Woy Woy

Submitted by Gillian O'Mara

Now it could’ve just been me, but the general ‘vibe’ at the State Short Course Championships in Woy Woy this year was that the flesh was willing but the spirit was weak.  Still recovering from the mental and physical preparation for the World Masters Games last October, a number of Masters swimmers have opted out of competition for a while.  Those still competing are maintaining good physical condition but the aggressive racing mindset seems to be stuck in ‘lacklustre’ mode.  

That said, there were still some strong performances at the meet and a stack of new club records were established by Alan Godfrey, Fabio Petro, Helen White, Hiroto Homma and Veronica Torelli.  Special mention must go to Robyn Sargent who not only plays a mean game of lawn bowls, but set new club records in every event in which she competed: How’s that for consistency?!  Alan Godfrey, Gill O’Mara and Melissa Beams chalked up poll positions for their age groups.  Keep your eyes on Melissa Beams’ 50m freestyle – she’s making a habit of breaking the 30 second barrier and it will only be a matter of time before she chips away to a sub 29.  Likewise John De Vries continues to maintain a scorching pace for the 100m backstroke. 

But as a reminder that Masters Swimming is as much about fun as it is about PBs, the moment of the meet surely must be attributed to John Kain, who perfectly executed a completely illegal backstroke to breaststroke turn in the 200 IM.  Nice work, Sandbag.  

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