Gravesend swim team enjoy success in relay competition

PUBLISHED: 10:40 23 September 2014 | UPDATED: 10:45 23 September 2014

Angela Wilson CEO and team members.

Angela Wilson CEO and team members.


Students from the swim school came third.

Angela’s Swim School, which teaches classes in Dartford and Gravesend, participated in the British Gas Swim Britain event last week.

Represented by international swimmer Angela Wilson CEO, Janice Hutton, and instructors James May and Gemma Morris, the school teaches people of all ages and abilities to swim to a high standard.

Ms Wilson’s swim school team were placed third out of 46 teams after their technique and style in the water allowed them to keep up with some of the top swimmers in the country.

The 4,000 meter swimming relay, held at the Olympic Pool in London, aims to inspire people to swim more regularly.

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