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Margaret breaks more national records

MASTERS: Kay Corskie, Di O’Donnell, Bob Corskie, Cheryl West and Andrea Mitchell at the Mackay Sinkers’ carnival on Saturday.
MASTERS: Kay Corskie, Di O’Donnell, Bob Corskie, Cheryl West and Andrea Mitchell at the Mackay Sinkers’ carnival on Saturday.

SWIMMING: Veteran swimmer Margaret Cunningham continues to break national records, dominating the Mackay Sinkers' carnival on Saturday.

The former Whitsunday Warriors Masters Swimming Club member broke several Australian records in the 90-94 age group at the weekend, including the 25m freestyle and 100m IM.

The Whitsunday Warriors were well represented by Kay Corskie, Cheryl West, Andrea Mitchell, Di O'Donnell and Louis Neethling at the North Mackay State High School swimming pool, however results haven't been confirmed yet due to technical problems.

Saturday's carnival was the final meet for the Whitsunday Masters for the year, however the club will continue training in December and January.

New adult swimmers are always welcome at the club, with training held on Tuesdays from 5.30pm and Sundays from 9am at the Proserpine Pool.

Topics:  swimming


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