SDS NATIONAL JUNIOR SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR SWIMMERS WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY
Wednesday 20th November saw Tollcross International Swim Centre play host to the Scottish Disability Sport National Junior Swimming Championships for Swimmers with a Learning Disability.
Lothian had a strong team of 17 swimmers representing the region on the day. Each swimmer had qualified via their performances at the LDS Regional Swim Qualifier in October. The majority of the team built on their qualification performances by recording faster times with many reaching finals and even finishing in the medal places.
The team were a credit to Lothian not just through their fantastic swims but also through their behaviour and constant support of their team mates.
The full Lothian team was as follows: Brogan McKerral, Michael Disharoon, Lucy Pollock, Rosie Pink-Smith (Cedarbank); Mackenzie Martin, Callum McIntosh, Tia Timoney, Emily Clarke, Kiki McLeod, Sam Elliot, James Ellis, Shannon Mooney, Jordon Mooney (Woodlands); Dylan Hurst (Deans CHS); Andrew Sutherland (Preston Lodge HS); Grace Hall (Cockenzie PS) & Ellie Cockburn (Pinewood)