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Our MP Coach Gina broke world records at the ASA National Masters Championships 2016 in Sheffield

posted Nov 1, 2016, 3:13 AM by Maximum Performances   [ updated Nov 1, 2016, 3:54 AM ]

"Teddington Masters took two records in the relays in session two of the ASA Masters Championships 2016, including a world record in the Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay. Zoe Liokalos, Laure Kearns, Hannah Loughlin and Georgina Heyn swam 8:52.27 in the 120+ age group, lowering the world record by 12 seconds. Teddington Masters also set a record in the mixed relay event. Paul Griffin, Heyn, Liokalos and Leon Smith lowered the British marker in the 120+ age group. They swam 1:40.27 to knock over two seconds from the previous best British time. Gina said: “It feels really good. It has been tiring doing three events, but I had a really good team for the British and world records who swam out of their skins. I train with these guys twice a week and one session elsewhere on my own.”"

Source: http://www.swimming.org/masters/teddington-take-double-relay-record-in-session-two/

"Teddington Masters set yet another record to add to their already impressive tally in session five of the ASA Masters Championships 2016 in Sheffield. Paul Griffin, Georgina Heyn, Zoe Liokalos and Leon Smith had a 10 second lead by the touch. They broke the world record in their age group, finishing with 3:42.83 in the Mixed 120+yrs 4x100m Medley Relay. The club’s swimmers were not content with leaving it there though. Georgina Heyn, Zoe Liokalos, Laure Kearns and Hannah Loughlin took a British record in the women’s 120+ yrs 4x50m Medley Relay. They touched home in 2:02.75." 

Source: http://www.swimming.org/masters/teddington-take-second-relay-world-record-in-session-five/

"Georgina Heyn broke yet another record in the closing session of the ASA National Masters Championships 2016 at Ponds Forge in Sheffield. This one came in the Women’s 30-34yrs 100m Individual Medley. Heyn was over four seconds ahead of the rest of the field, touching in a new European record time of 1:04.07." 

Source: http://www.swimming.org/masters/heyn-takes-third-record-session-eight/