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She said: “Doing the Sky Sports Living for Sport programme made me feel good about myself and it felt like I was helping other people better themselves.“I particularly enjoyed working with the younger pupils, making them feel more included in their sports sessions.Jennifer King (15) of Largs had an outstanding meet, swimming in a total of eight events reaching the A final of 400 metre individual medley, the B final of 100 metre and 200 metre backstroke, 200 metre individual medley and 400 metre freestyle.
She said: “I applied for the sportscotland Young Ambassador Conference Team with a hope of inspiring others to do their best, and also to show younger kids that you don’t have to be the sportiest or the most confident person to achieve what you aim to.
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.
Simon Warren, Active Schools Coordinator at St Andrews High, said the school was very proud.“During the programme it was clear that Kacey had nature leadership abilities and with the support of Caitlin, was able to channel this into a productive manner by encouraging and supporting her peers,” he added.“I was thoroughly impressed in the friendly and confident manner Kacey worked with the younger primary pupils.
Not only did she have an excellent rapport with them, but ensured that they were always active and included in their activities.