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“Speaking in front of 60 pupils can be daunting, but with the help of Caitlin Mc Clatchey, I was able to conquer any initial reservations.

Kacey added: “I was surprised but delighted to win the award and feel that I have done myself and my family proud.”Using the skills learnt from taking part in Sky Sports Living for Sport, Kacey hopes to build upon her leadership skills by supporting school holiday sports programmes.

Competition for a place in the Team GB men's swimming squad is intense. Roberto Pavoni, 20One of the rising stars of the men's swimming squad, Pavoni's preferred event is the 400m individual medley - he is the British champion.

He also reached the final of the event at last year's world championships but was some way off the pace of race winner Ryan Lochte.

There was a full programme of 50 metre, 100 metre, 200 metre and 400 metre events as well as women’s 800 metre freestyle and men’s 1500 metre freestyle.

The standard of swimming was superb resulting in many records being broken during the course of the meet with outstanding performances from North Ayrshire swimmers to claim their share of these records.

He took the individual honours in the 200m freestyle before reeling in Australia and Scotland on the anchor leg for 4x200m freestyle glory.

When his swimming career ends, he has said in previous interviews that he is toying with a career in the fire or police service.

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The free initiative, delivered in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, uses sport to help young people build practical skills and self-confidence.

Danielle Joyce (17) was also in superb form, swimming in 50 metre backstroke, 50 metre and 100 metre freestyle, 50 metre breaststroke and 100 metre individual medley.

AN Invergordon Academy pupil is ready to step outside her comfort zone to play a pivotal role in helping deliver special Young Ambassador conferences across the country.

Teacher Lousie Bourne, who is the physical education co-ordinator, said: “Caitlin’s visit marked the end of the school’s Awe and Wonder Week.“It was an incredible afternoon of fun and exercise.”Louise added: “Caitlin did an assembly for the school and was totally inspirational to both the children and staff alike.”The Sports for Schools scheme has helped to raise over £2m for schools in Britain to buy PE equipment.

A team of swimmers from North Ayrshire Amateur Swimming Club travelled to Edinburgh recently to compete in the Scottish Gas National Short Course Open Swimming Championships held at the Royal Commonwealth Pool.