The winners of the Jack Petchey Awards are:-
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The winner of the Jack Petchey Award for Positive Attitude is Krista Abbott. Krista was presented with her certificate by Krisztina Szemjenov her age group performance coach. A big thank you to all the 87 swimmers who voted. Click here to see previous winners.
Thank you to the 88 swimmers who voted in the latest round of the Jack Petchey nominations.
The winner of the Jack Petchey Award for Positivity is Tegan Wilcock. She was presented with her certificate by her coach Mark Smith at the Black Swan gala this weekend. Thank you to the swimmers who took part. Over 100 votes were cast, a record. Click here to see all our JP winners.
The following swimmers have been nominated by their coaches for their positivity:
- Katie Orrell
- Esmee Bryson-Harris
- Tegan Wilcock
- Javier Kenyon-Reyero
- Sadie Anderson
- Jack Wardell
- Edith Davies
- Guy Morad
Voting opens tomorrow (Tue 10th), so look out for the Ballot Box after your swim sessions. Click here for previous winners and details of the award scheme.
Many congratulations to Olivia Sutton, winner of the Positivity award and Simone Edmunds, winner of the Commitment to Training award.
In a closely fought contest with single votes separating some of the nominees we are pleased to announce the winner of this terms Jack Petchey Award for Achievement is Laura Howley from the Competitive Nationals Squad. Kristina presented her with her certificate and cheque for £200. The prize money will be spent on some stretch bands.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the recent Jack Petchey nominations and voted for one or both of the following awards.
The club is delighted to report that the Jack Petchey money awarded to Nicky Phillips has been used to purchase a stock of exercise mats for use at the Malden Centre. As you can see below, the swimmers who train there in the mornings are already putting them to good use during their land based sessions.
All of our Jack Petchey award winners, past and present, were invited to attend the Jack Petchey Regional Celebration event last night at the Civic Suite in Wandsworth Town Hall. This event is designed to celebrate the achievement of many young people, and Leader Award winners, from across the London region. Each of our award winners received a boxed gold medallion from Jenny Pacey (an Olympic athlete, model, fitness coach as well as starring in the Gladiators TV programme as Enigma) to signify their success. Our award winners took the opportunity to show us all how fantastic they look out of the pool and a fun time was had by all. KRSC would like to thank the Jack Petchey Foundation for their support and recognition of our young people and we look forward to attending future events with next years winners.