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She also has recent experience of playing in the Australian summer heat, having been part of the gold medalwinning Chloe | Great Britain team in the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in 2013, where she finished third in the individual event behind the winner Georgia Hall.
A number of these swimmers have already shown what they are capable of at a national and international level, with over half of this team representing Australia at the Trans Tasman, Junior Pan Pacs or Australian Youth Olympic Festival in the last two years," Scott said.
Seeded in the top four, the youngster showed his potential and quality by powering through the early rounds before meeting Aaron Cheng in the final, who controversially took Parsons' place for the Australian Youth Olympic Festival earlier this year.
STOCKTON rower Beth Bryan insists she enjoyed the trip of a lifetime at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival after visiting the podium twice.
The Newcastle University student has been selected as part of the 120-strong Team GB squad for the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF), which kicked off today in Sydney.
WELSH international Rupert Shipperley has been selected as part of the 18 players for the Great Britain Youth Men's squad for the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) in Sydney next month Rupert, 20, who was coached by current Welsh Senior men's head coach Zak Jones at school, has played his hockey for both Cardiff University and Whitchurch, whilst also representing Wales, most recently in the under-21 squad.
Paul Mears's son Chris is in contention for a place in Britain's diving team, but three years ago he was fighting for his life after suffering a serious training accident while competing for Team GB at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival.
Two of them, Sophie Bray (Birmingham University) and Hollie Webb (Cannock), were members of the Great Britain Youth (Under-21) squad that won the gold medal at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney.