2016

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Christmas Presentation Evening 2016

The Brighouse Swimming Club Presentation Evening took place last week at Rastrick Bowling Club, celebrating a successful year of swimming and rewarding youngsters for their efforts and progress.

BSC President Mick Lamb welcomed everyone to the event, acknowledged swimmers and their families for the dedication over 2016 and thanked the coaches and volunteers for their commitment throughout the year.

The coaches, Mick Lamb, Ivor Clayton, Brian Smart, Helen Hirst, Amelia Clough, Amy Donovan, Steve Jackson, Lynn Sibley and Megan Brier were invited to the front to be applauded for contributing so much of their personal time to the club.

A special thank you was made to Kay Suddick for her many roles at the club and ensuring it ‘runs like clockwork. Siobhan Kaye was also thanked for her time given to the role of Team Manager.

Mick Lamb invited Richard Bolland to be recognised for his long standing role as a swimming teacher. Thank you to Richard for all he has given to the club.

And onto the awards......

A variety of Trophies, cups, plaques and shields were presented to a number of swimmers for their achievements in events throughout the year, at the internal gala. Some swimmers were awarded one or two whilst others took home, more than six different awards!

A representative from both St John’s Clifton and Bailiff Bridge were awarded the schools trophies for their events at the schools gala.

Cameron Price won the Best Performer in Away Galas for the second year running and Poppy Layden-Fritz was awarded the Ambassador Cup for 2016, presented by Team Manager Siobhan Kaye. Poppy was recognised for her mature attitude to her swimming, her ability to be a fantastic role model and her continuous commitment.

Throughout the year coaches observe their swimmers and name one swimmer for their outstanding achievement. The coaches were announced i turn and presented their trophies to their swimmer for Outstanding Achievement 2016:

Lynn Sibley’s award went to Hermione Hanson. Steve Jackson presented his award to Isobel Bennett. Amelia Clough’s Outstanding achievement Award for 2016 went to Connie Harris. Amy Donovan’s went to Olivia Snowden. Helen Hirst presented hers to Zach Challis. Megan Brier’s award went to Alicia Howells. Mick Lambs went to Megan Walch and Brian Smarts Outstanding Achievement Award went to Scarlett Mallinson.

Certain swimmers were also recognised for other awards:

Top Tadpole - Harrison Iredale.

Most Improved Junior – Isobelle Rich

Most Improved Intermediate – Spencer Snowden & Luke Winterbottom

Most Improved Girl Overall – Eleanor Jones

Most Improved Boy Overall – Cameron Price & Ben Bottomley

After a fantastic year of swimming at BSC, it was safe to say that the Christmas Part that followed the presentations was enjoyed by all. The disco started and Brian led the swimming dance as the Brighouse Swimming Club family partied on until late.

Sunday December 11th Doncaster Dartes Swim Along A Santa Meet

Beverley Leisure Centre.

Brighouse Swimming Club travelled across to Beverley on Sunday for the Doncaster Dartes Swim Along A Santa Meet at Beverley Leisure Centre. Throughout the day the Brighouse swimmers excelled in the pool and were rewarded with handfuls of speeding tickets and over 20 medals in the Gold, Silver and Bronze positions.

Every swimmer did themselves and the club proud which led them to seventh place overall from the clubs that attended.

Poppy Layden-Fritz won overall best girl in her age group and brought a lovely trophy back home to Brighouse.

A very well done to all our competitive swimmers from Brighouse Swimming Club who have performed extremely well in external competitions throughout 2016.

Tadpoles Gala on Friday 18th November at Brighouse Pool.

Youngsters from four years old competed in their very own competition with Referee and Judges Ivor Clayton and Mick lamb keeping a watchful eye on the skills and techniques. Swimming Teachers Helen Hirst and Amy Donovan assisted swimmers in the water with the help of Cameron Price and Eva Knott. Brain Smart was the starter for the evening and events were under way…..

Five year old Harry Cockcroft had a superb evening in the water winning Gold medals in Event 2: one width on front with a float and Event 5: one width on back with float. He also took home the Bronze medal in the one width horserace event.

In the 2 width events, Jake Norris took the Gold in the frontcrawl event, James Thirkell the Silver, Lily Hardcastle the Bronze and in 4th place was Harrison Iredale. Freya Eastwood won the first place Gold medal in the backcrawl event, Harrison Iredale the Silver, James Thirkell the Bronze and in 4th place was Jake Norris.

Young Connie Harris aged 5 was super pleased with herself winning two Silvers, as was her team mate Lewis Shackleton, he proudly showed off his medals, one Gold and two Bronze.

Lily Hardcastle won Gold in the 2 widths breaststroke event, Sam Sibley came in Silver position, James Thirkell in Bronze and Harrison Iredale in 4th.

A superb evening of young talent.

Internal Gala 4 Incorporating 4 Local Primary Schools.

 

 

Pupils from St Josephs, Bailiff Bridge, St John’s Clifton and St Chad’s participated in relay team events alongside the club swimmers who took part in individual events.

Sisters Poppy Layden-Fritz and Emily Layden-Fritz set new club records in their events and won five Gold medals between them.

Cameron Price was yet again on top form, setting new club records and taking home his share of the Gold medals.

In the schools events, St John’s Clifton A Team won the first place gold medals in the 4x1 length freestyle relay whilst Bailiff Bridge took the gold medals in the 4x1 medley relay. A big well done to all the schools for great swimming and fantastic team spirit.

In the Under 12 Boys 100m Freestyle, Oliver Blamires took the gold, Luke Winterbottom the Silver, Spencer Snowden the Bronze and the 4th place ribbon was won by Nicholas Hudson.

In the Under 12 Girls 100m Freestyle, Emily Layden-Fritz took the Gold, Ellis Kaye the Silver, Laura Whittington the Bronze and in 4th place was Thea Jones.

Another great night of swimming organised by the volunteers of Brighouse Swimming Club.

The Doncaster Dartes September Sprints 2016 Beverley Leisure Centre.

It was PBs all round for the 14 strong squad that held their own amongst the 27 clubs that took part.

Brighouse finished in 8th place overall which included Cameron Price winning Top Boy Award for his efforts in the Boys 14 year age group. Cameron also took home 5 Gold medals!

Megan Walch, Ellis Kaye and Emily Layden-Fritz all finished in the overall top five in their age groups winning handfuls of medals between them.

It was great efforts all round from team BSC. Gold Silver and Bronze medals were brought home to Brighouse along with Speeding Tickets from Ruby Harris, Ben Bottomley and Daisy Bottomley.

Coach Brian Smart was poolside with his swimmers for the duration of the events and couldn’t have been prouder!

Rachel Hobson, Evan Clark, Martha Garnett, Poppy Layden-Fritz, Emma Sykes and Laura Whittington also took part in a fantastic display of swimming.

This coming weekend is the first of two weekends of The Yorkshire Championships held at the John Charles Centre Leeds.

Laura Whittington and Emily Layden-Fritz are taking part in the Girls 11 and 12 years 50m Backstroke.

Cameron Price and Ben Bottomley take part next weekend in their events. Ben has qualified for one event and Cameron three.

Best of luck to our Yorkshire Qualifiers!

Internal Gala 3 June 24th

Brighouse Pool hosted the Brighouse Swimming Club Internal Gala 3 on Friday evening.

With swimmers aged from 8 to over 40 giving great performances in the pool, there were many medals and ribbons won on the night.

Eight year old Charlotte Shaw demonstrated fantastic swimming in her two events and walked away with two gold medals. Julia Millington also cleared the board with her three events, winning three Gold medals.

Senior Gent swimmers Tom Garnett and Steve Price were great competition for one another achieving new personal best times and winning the Gold and Silver medals between them.

In the boys 13 and 14 year events, Cameron Price and Ben Bottomley settled for joint first in the 25m freestyle with Dylan Walch closely taking second place. It certainly was a fantastic race to watch.

Evan Clark walked away with his fair share of gold medals too for his swims on the night as did Poppy Layden-Fritz who won all Golds for her events, sharing one of them with Anneka Barmby when they touched joint first in the 50m Breaststroke event.

And 11 year old Ellis Kaye gave a great performance in her four events achieving four gold medals.

 

The Jorvik meet at The John Charles Centre in Leeds on Saturday 18th June and The Kirklees and District Teams Gala at Huddersfield Leisure Centre on Sunday 19th June.

Fifteen swimmers gave it their all in the pool in Leeds winning over 30 medals between them during the morning and afternoon sessions. Swimmers were graded on their times achieved on the day. Poppy Layden-Fritz, Emma Sykes, Ben Bottomley, Jack Mountain, Cameron Price and Anneka Barmby all achieved fantastic A Grade results for fast swim times.

The star of the show has to be nine year old Daisy Bottomley who swam to victory winning the Best Girl Swimmer overall and bringing a little trophy home to Brighouse. Her team mates and big brother Ben congratulated Daisy as she was presented with her trophy.

 

On Sunday a strong team of 38 swimmers represented BSC at The K&D gala 6 Teams Event. Swimmers aged from 8 to 40+ participated in 21 events throughout the afternoon. Again our swimmers gave 100% and were awarded medals and pennants in all but two events.

A superb afternoon of swimmers was supported by the swimmers families in the stands.

Head Coach Ivor Clayton and Coach Brian Smart were extremely proud with their swimmers performance. ‘They did what we asked them to and they did us proud’ said coach Brian.

A big well done to everyone who swam this weekend.

Training resumes this week in preparation for the clubs internal gala held this Friday at Brighouse Pool.

 

 

Former president of the club, Carol Skuse was there to support the swimmers and a presentation was made to thank her for the many years voluntary service she has dedicated to Brighouse Swimming Club. The new president Mick Lamb took on the role of starter and chief time keeper. He started the swimmers off with event 1 , the open 200m freestyle. In the Male section, Cameron Price took the Gold and a new club record of 2:27.66, Ben Bottomley the Silver, Martin Squire the Bronze and Ben Calligan the 4th place ribbon. In the female section, Poppy Layden-Fritz took the Gold, Emma Sykes the Silver, Ellis Kaye the Bronze and Martha Garnett won the 4th place ribbon.

In the girls 9 years and under 25m backstroke event, eight year old Charlotte Shaw stormed her way down the pool to take the Gold medal, followed in second place by Holly Bateman, Alicia Howells took the Bronze and 4th place went to Kate McIntyre.

Alicia Howells went on to win the girls 25m breaststroke and was awarded the Gold medal.

New records were made in various events throughout the evening. In the girls 13/14 years 50m Butterfly, Poppy Layden-Fritz swam a time of 36.10 winning the Gold and setting a new record time and in the 25m freestyle event she also set a new record of 15.16 seconds. Team mate Cameron Price was on top form setting a new record time in the boys 100m Individual Medley, the 100m backstroke and in the 50m breaststroke.

The boys 100m freestyle event was won by Spencer Snowden in Gold position and second place went to Ben Calligan. The under 9 boys winner in the 25m butterfly went to Archie Crossley, silver to William Robinson.

Ellis Kaye had run of three gold medals and a bronze for her performances, closely followed by Ruby Harris who took Silver position in her three events. Gabriel Midgley won two gold medals for his swims and youngster Evan Clark took home three Golds for his three events.

Head Coach Ivor Clayton was on hand to judge his swimmers and unfortunately give out disqualifications! He was pleased with the performance of his swimmers.

Trophy awards for these events will be made at the Christmas Presentation Evening.

Brighouse Swimming Club Gala 2 Friday 13th May Brighouse Pool

The Grassroots Meet at Shipley

17th April 2016

Swimmers from Brighouse Swimming Club took part in The Grassroots Meet at Shipley at the weekend. To say we only had a small group of swimmers we cleared the board with medals and speeding tickets. Team Captain Cameron Price won Gold in every event but one where he achieved a speeding ticket, the same for Poppy Layden-Fritz.

Other swimmers Emma Sykes, Oliver Blamires, Evan Clark, Ellis kaye, Ruby Harris, Martha Garnett, Emily Layden-Fritz and Chloe Hemingway all took their fair share of speeding tickets, medals and new personal best times. Coach Brian Smart was yet again extremely proud of his swimmers. ‘ another competition where our swimmers put all their training into practise, they go out there, do their best and bring home the medals. We couldn’t have asked any more of them they were superb!’

Eleven year old Aliya Bacakoglu who has qualified and competes in the British Para-Swimming International 2016 this week in Glasgow, used The Grassroots Meet as her warm up. She gave a great performance in all events and is now warmed up and ready to take on Glasgow. Everyone at Brighouse Swimming Club would like to wish Aliya the very best of luck!

Kirklees and District Gala 5 Huddersfield Leisure Centre

10th April 2016

 

Seven swimmers swam their way to the finals to being the medals and trophies back home to Brighouse.

Eleven year old Laura Whittington took Bronze position in the Girls 11 years 50m Backstroke event, Ben Calligan also 11 won a 7th place pennant after winning a spot in the finals and Poppy Layden-Fritz won two medals and a finalist pennant in her three events. Megan Walch gave it her all in the 50m Backstroke finishing in 12th place, Eva Knott took 11 th place in the 100m Freestyle and Emma Sykes won a 7th place ribbon in the 50m Butterfly and finished in 9th place in the 100m Freestyle.

To complete the medals, Cameron Price stormed his way through the pool to win the Junior 100m Backstroke, a silver medal in the 50m Breaststroke and was just pipped to the post in the 100m Individual Medley to take 2nd place.

Fantastic swimming was observed by Head Coach Ivor Clayton who was delighted with his swimmers performance. Well done to all.

Kingston Upon Hull Swimming Clubs Easter Meet

The Ennerdale Leisure Centre 1st 2nd & 3rd April 2016

It was a trip to Hull this weekend for the swimmers from Brighouse Swimming Club. The eight swimmers aged between 9 and 14 took part in over twenty events between them at The Kingston Upon Hull Swimming Clubs Easter Meet at The Ennerdale Leisure Centre. Wonderful personal best times were also achieved under the watchful eye of coach Brian Smart.

Our youngest swimmer Daisy Bottomley was placed in all her events whist big brother Ben gave fantastic performances in his events and took home a Gold, two Silvers, a Bronze and two 4th place medals.

Ten year old Ruby Harris had great results over the weekend, even after suffering injuries from the past five weeks. She won a Bronze medal, two 4th place medals and 2 5th place medals for her efforts.

In the 11 year age group Aliya Bacakoglu, Laura Whittington and Ellis Kaye made themselves known in the pool winning over 12 medals between them. Aliya put in some great times in preparation for her upcoming major competition, The British Para-Swimming International Meet which will be held in Glasgow this month. She won herself a Bronze medal in the 100m Butterfly and a 4th and 6th place medal too. After her performances this weekend we are sure she make great times in Glasgow.

Team mates Laura and Ellis battled with each other in two of their events winning the top two places for Brighouse. In the 50m Backstroke, Laura took 1st in a time of 42.75 and Ellis 2nd in a time of 43.62, then in the 50m freestyle event Ellis took Gold in a time of 37.18 and Laura the Silver in a time of 37.96. Great swimming from these two!, more medals were achieved between the two girls in various events over the weekend.

Luke Smith (11) who has won the Yorkshire Champion title in some of his events also participated this weekend and secured himself an ASANER time in the 100m Backstroke finishing in 1:18.54. Luke also won a handful of medals in the top three places in all of his events. Great swimming from Luke.

Team Captain for the meet and Club Ambassador Cameron Price was the absolute role model swimmer this weekend. He gave 110% in all of his events achieving great personal best times and scooping five gold medals, two silver medals, one bronze and a 4th place medals.

A successful weekend enjoyed by swimmers and parents alike. Best of luck to Aliya in Glasgow later this month.

Scarborough Kingfishers Meet 12th March 2016

It was a 5.30 am departure from Brighouse Swimming Club for the swimmers and their families as they headed over to the East Coast by coach.

Coach Brian Smart and Team Manager Siobhan Kaye led the team though a fantastic day of swimming at The Kingfishers Meet in Scarborough.

18 swimmers aged from 9 to 14 took part in different 50m and 100m events throughout the day.

10 year old Julia Millington took part in her first ever external competition and cleared the board with Speeding Tickets in every event! Her team mate Evie Sales who also competed for the first time took home two trophies and two medals from her four events too.

In the older age groups, Team Captain for the day Cameron Price won three 1st place trophies, two 2nd place trophies and was selected for the skins event, placing third overall. Rachel Hobson was delighted with her 3rd place trophy in the Girls 50m Freestyle as was Aeryn Waddington, collecting her Speeding Ticket in the 50m Freestyle and a 3rd place trophy in the 50m Breaststroke.

There were many new personal best times achieved throughout the events, especially from Dylan Walch , Megan Walch and Ruby Harris, Dylan took four seconds off his 50m Backstroke time, Megan took five seconds off her 50m Freestyle time and Ruby took four seconds off her 100m Individual Medley time!

Birthday girl Laura Whittington celebrated her 11th birthday on poolside with her team mates. She too had a great day of swimming winning speeding tickets and trophies for her efforts in the pool.

Overall thee swimmers from BSC were glad they travelled by coach to transport the trophies and medals back home to Brighouse. In total the team won: 15 Speeding Tickets(for swimming too fast!), thirteen 1st place trophies, ten 2nd place trophies, ten 3rd place trophies, five 4th place medals, eight 5th place medals, two 6th place medals and were placed in the top ten in other events.

Team BSC finished their day of swimming with a fish and chip supper on the seafront – not the best supper for our little athletes but a well-deserved celebratory meal for their performances in the pool.

Coach Brian Smart said “ we have a fantastic bunch of swimmers who support each other through their events on poolside. They have had some amazing results today and I am very proud of each one. It’s a pleasure to work with these swimmers.”

Julia Millington, Evie Sales, Megan Walch, Ruby Harris, Ben Calligan, Spencer Snowden, Laura Whittington, Ellis Kaye, Martha Garnett, Rachel Hobson, Eva Knott, Katherine Howell, Aeryn Waddington, Anneka Barmby, Poppy Layden-Fritz, Ben Bottomley, Dylan Walch and Cameron Price all deserve a big pat on the back.

Team manager Siobhan Kaye concluded the day by saying “ Our swimmers are a credit to themselves, their parents and the coaches at BSC. Our team spirit shone through today. We have had a great day of swimming and also lots of fun. A very big well done to all our swimmers.”

Kirklees and District Gala 4 Huddersfield Pool 6th March 2016

On Mothering Sunday, team BSC took their swimmers and their Mums to The Kirklees and District gala 4 event at Huddersfield pool. 11 year old Luke Smith certainly did his Mum proud swooping first place in the boys 50m Backstroke and his sister Lucy took 3rd place in the Girls Open 50m Breaststroke a great treat on Mothers Day for Evelyn Smith.

Masters swimmer Martin Squire gave great performances in the pool watched and supported by the younger swimmers. He won the 2nd place silver medal overall in the Masters 100m freestyle and third place overall in the Open 50m Freestyle.

Emma Sykes (13) came in Bronze position in the girls 100m Freestyle straight final and took the Bronze medal home to her mum. Team mate Laura Whittington (10) made the finals of the Girls 11 years 50m Butterfly and won the Bronze medal for her Mum too.

Martha Garnett, Aliya Bacakoglu and Rachel Hobson also participated in various events but unfortunately didn’t make the finals on this occasion.

Eleven year old Ellis Kaye won her place in the final in the Girls 12 years 100m Freestyle and came in 7th place and Gabriel Midgley secured himself a place in the final of the Boys Open 50m Freestyle and took home the 8th place finalist ribbon.

Another great day for the swimmers of Brighouse Swimming Club. Lots of happy swimmers and happy Mums too!

YORKSHIRE CHAMPIONSHIPS PONDS FORGE SHEFFIELD

February 28th 2016

Brilliant performances from all.

Four of our Brighouse Swimmers competed:

Ben Calligan, Laura Whittington, Cameron Price and Poppy Layden-Fritz all competed in various events

throughout the afternoon session.

Laura was up first in the Girls 50m Backstroke. Laura flew down the pool winning her heat, gaining a fabulous new personal best time and finished in 20th place. Ben then took part in the Boys 50m Breaststroke and although gave a great performance in the pool, he was disqualified.

Cameron also competed in the Boys 50m Breaststroke, he too gave a fabulous performance winning his heat, achieving a new pb time and landed in 18th

Place overall. Poppy swam in the Girls 50m Butterfly, gaining 47th place.

Our swimmers were up against the fastest swimmers in the region who train well over the four hours a week that our Brighouse swimmers train. To even achieve a qualification time for The Yorkshire Championships is a fantastic achievement and we are very proud of all our swimmers. Coach Brian Smart who supported his swimmers on poolside, was very pleased with the effort his swimmers put in.

The picture shows the swimmers in their 2016 Yorkshire Championships hoodies.

Kirklees Gala 4

24th January 2016

Kirklees and District Gala 4 was held on Sunday afternoon at Huddersfield Leisure Centre. Fourteen swimmers from BSC took part and yet again came home with cups, trophies, medals and finalist ribbons.

 

Our youngest competitive swimmer Daisy Bottomley competed again in the 9 and 10 year old girls 50m Freestyle. She swum her way into a finalist position and then came 4th overall. Team mate Evan Clark took his place in the finals too in the Boys 9/10 years 50m Freestyle and finished in 6th place.

Young Ben Calligan won himself the Bronze medal in the Boys 50m Breaststroke. Three swimmers participated in the Open event of the 200m Individual Medley. Ellis Kaye finished in 10th place, Aliya Bacakoglu in 16th place and Martha Garnett 18th place.

 

Our big boys were back on form too this weekend taking third, fourth and fifth place in the Boys Open 50m Butterfly; Ben Bottomley won the Bronze, Cameron price 4th and Dylan Walch 5th.

10 year olds Laura Whittington and Ruby Harris swum the 100m Individual Medley, both girls secured themselves a place in the final with Laura winning 2nd place and the Silver medal and Ruby finishing in 4th place winning a finalist ribbon.

 

In the Girls 12 year old section, Aliya Bacakoglu and Martha Garnett both swum 100m Breaststroke. Aliya just missed out on a finalist spot in 9th place and Martha finished in 11th place. Spencer Snowden had a great swim too in the Boys 12 years 100m Freestyle winning a 7th place finalist ribbon.

It was great news for our older girls in the 13 years section. Anneka Barmby and Katherine Howell who are only on their second competition, both won a place in the final after swimming fabulous times in their heats. Anneka had a superb swim in the final finishing in Bronze position and Katherine taking 7th place.

Our oldest swimmers on the day Cameron Price and Ben Bottomley went on to compete in the 14 years 100m Breaststroke, Cameron took the first place spot in Gold position and Ben in second taking the Silver.

The last event of the afternoon was the Boys Open and Junior 100m Breaststroke, youngsters Evan Clark and Ben Calligan gave it all they could finishing in 15th and 16th position. Cameron cleared the board winning 1st place Gold position in both the open and Junior sections. Ben finished 3rd in the Junior section and 4th in the Open.

Another fantastic display of swimming from Brighouse Swimming Club. well done to all.

The Kirklees and District Meet

Huddersfield Leisure Centre. 17th January 2016

The first swimming competition of 2016 for Brighouse swimming Club.

14 swimmers took part in different events throughout the afternoon and certainly made themselves known in the pool.

First time competition swimmer Daisy Bottomley stormed her way down the pool in the 9/10 year old girls 50m Breaststroke heats and secured herself a place in the final coming in 8th place. Evan Clark also swum in the Boys event of the 9/10 year olds 50m Breaststroke, he too gave a great swim and into the final he went bringing home a Bronze medal for third place.

Also competing for the first time was Anneka Barmby, Rachel Hobson and Katherine Howell. All three girls took part in the Open 50m Freestyle and the Open 100m Backstroke, gaining new personal best times to start them off on their competitive swimming journey.

In the Girls 11 years 100m Freestyle event both Ruby Harris and Megan Walch did very well in their heats with Ruby just missing out on a final place. Team mate Laura Whittington achieved a final place for her 100m freestyle swim and landed in 4th place overall.

Our masters swimmer Martin Squire demonstrated a strong freestyle swim and was awarded a Silver medal in second place.

Ben Calligan completed the Boys 11 years 4 x 1 length Individual Medley winning a second place Silver medal.

In the Girls 12 years category, Ellis Kaye gave a great performance of the 100m Backstroke, took her place in the finals and won the Silver medal.

Our Boys in the 14 years age group were fantastic as they swum the 100m freestyle event with Cameron price taking the Gold first place spot, Ben Bottomley took the Silver second place spot and Dylan Walch awarded the 5th place. Fantastic swimming from our older boys.

It was then onto the Boys Open and Junior 100m Breaststroke. Cameron Price was awarded a Bronze medal in the Open section and Ben Bottomley a 4th and in the Junior section, Cameron won the Gold and Ben the Silver!

Congratulations to all our swimmers for a great afternoon of swimming.

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