Two Wisbech Grammar School swimmers selected for top European competition

10:02 13 January 2014

Mollie Allen and Lee Clarke.

Mollie Allen and Lee Clarke.

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Two teenage swimmers will take on some of Europe’s best young prospects in Luxembourg next month.

Wisbech Grammar School students Lee Clarke, 15, of Guyhirn, and Mollie Allen, 15, of Wimblington, have been selected by City of Peterborough to take part in the European Open at the beginning of February.

Clarke will compete in the 200 metre freestyle, 200 metre individual medley, 100 metre freestyle, 100 metre butterfly and 200 metre butterfly.

Allen has been entered for the 50 metre freestyle, 100 metre freestyle, 50 metre backstroke, 100 metre backstroke and 200 metre individual medley.

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