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Sienna Whalan qualifies for nationals following bronze medal at NSW Country Championships | Western Advocate



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BATHURST Swim Club will gain representation in the national limelight thanks to Sienna Whalan’s outstanding 100 metre breaststroke effort at the NSW Country Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre on the weekend. Whalan, 14, battled hard to dead heat for a bronze medal in the 14 years girls 100m breaststroke final but more importantly swam a time of 1:18.40, putting her under the 1:18.80 qualifying mark necessary to reach April’s nationals. The breaststroke star led the way for Bathurst in their greatest ever NSW Country Championships performance. The club came away with three gold, six silver, six bronze, 27 finals appearances and 42 personal bests in a showcase of how far the club has come over the past…

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