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Genesis makes splash in rankings

By Ellie Boswell

Genesis Aquatics is “excited” by the success of its swimmers in state and national rankings which have been sent out by Swimming Queensland.

The club, at Genesis Christian College, Bray Park, had three swimmers in the national top 20 and 13 in Queensland’s top 20 for their events.

“We were surprised to see how many were on the list,” said Rick Pendleton, Genesis Aquatics Assistant Coach and lead Club Coach.

Extremely happy

“But extremely happy. We’re delighted for every one of them and this is a great sign for the club going into the future.”

Kiara Vanstyn, Margot Dawson and Olivia Gittins have national top 20 rankings, the latter was in the Queensland Open Water Development squad last year.

Lauren Whalley and Callen Berg have eight and seven state rankings respectively, on the listings, in different events.

“Rankings in multiple events are exactly what we want to see,” said Pendleton, “it shows great potential going forward.”

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