04:50AM, Monday 14 April 2014
Young swimmers from the Maidenhead Marlins team were all smiles after being presented with new uniforms.
The kit was supplied by sponsors Windrush Volkswagen in Bath Road ahead of the team's trip to train for a gruelling week in Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.
The 10 to 12-year-olds - who usually train at the Magnet Leisure Centre pool - set off today to practice in an Olympic-sized pool for their upcoming competitions.
Their age group regional coach, Chris Glover, said the team was having it's best year ever and the training camp would help them push on for the South-east regional championships.
He thanked Windrush and fellow sponsors The Shanly Foundation for their support.
"We couldn't have done this without them," he said.
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