TS5C Sponsored Athlete
The flagship fund has already benefited over 130 young athletes from Somerset in a variety of sports. TS5C sponsored athletes have already achieved significant results at both County and National level, and have competed for Team GB in international competitions.

As you know I was selected to swim for Great Britain at this year’s world Juniors in Indianapolis.

It has been a long summer starting in July with a trip to Chartres to swim at the Open de France.  The weather was stormy and as it was an outdoor swimming pool it was an unusual experience. 

In a glittering ceremony on Friday 16th June at Taunton Rugby Club, ITV’s Somerset correspondent, Ben McGrail, presented awards to the county’s inspirational sporting volunteers and coaches, outstanding athletes and quality clubs at the SASP 2017 Somerset Sports Awards.

The TS5C Outstanding Achievement Award, sponsored by sport’s charity TS5C, was presented to 17 year old swimmer, Brodie Williams.

Brodie Williams has two great pieces of news - another Junior British Title and selection for TeamGB at the World Junior Championships.

Having just returned from the Junior British Junior Championships in Sheffield where he won the title for the second year running

Brodie joined a small team of 17 swimmers who had been selected to represent GB in Toronto at the Ontario International Meet in Canada just before Christmas and recorded the fastest ever time for the 200m backstroke by a 17 year old boy from Great Britain

My season has started really well with some great swims.  Firstly I represented and Captained the Somerset Team in the Inter Counties Championships in October.  I won my event which was the 100 backstroke for the team and we finished overall  a very respectable 4th.

"I am on my way home after a hugely exciting week in Sheffield. "

I started my week with an amazing 400 free winning gold in a time of 3.54.62 making my first 17/18 British National tittle.

Day two was the 100 back it was a huge field of experienced swimmers but I claimed the silver.  Day three was an extremely tough race, the 400 IM.  I qualified for the final relatively easily but again the competition was tough, I raced hard and was thrilled with another silver.

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TS5C's aim is to make a difference to people's lives in Somerset - be it in providing funding for trim trails, disability swimming events, up and coming athletes or community projects like wheelchair basketball.

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