Medal haul for Holy Trinity International students at National finals
Students from Holy Trinity International School in Kidderminster, competing at the 39th Annual National ISA (Independent Schools Association) Swimming Championships in Coventry on Saturday 19th November, have returned triumphant, bringing home medals tallying 14 Gold, Silver and Bronze awards.
Competing as part of the Midlands Team, the Holy Trinity International squad of just 6 students, managed to secure an impressive 10 Golds, 3 Silvers and a Bronze.
Holy Trinity International School’s Head, Mrs Pam Leek-Wright, commented: “This is a fantastic individual and team achievement which should be highly commended.
“They have all trained hard and continue to show outstanding promise for the future.”
The students from the Preparatory School as part of their training had the opportunity to train at Loughborough University and before leaving they each received signed pictures of Team GB competitors Liam Tancock, 50m Backstroke World Record holder; Kidderminster born Amy Smith and Fran Halsall, Freestyle and Butterfly specialist, World Championship medallist, potential London 2012 medallist. Students also received GB swimming hats donated by Lizzie Simmonds, Team GB Backstroke star, World Championship Medallist and potential London 2012 medallist.