Lemon Tree Passage swimmer Peter Stebbing Competes at World Masters’ Games


Peter in training in the Doreen Bradley heated pool at  Mallabula.
Peter in training in the Doreen Bradley heated pool at Mallabula.

LEMON Tree Passage swimmer Peter Stebbing is about to take on all comers at the 2017 World Masters’ Games in Auckland New Zealand.

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The games run from 21 through to 30 April.

The spry 73-year-old retired accountant has entered the 50m and 100m backstroke events.

On top of this, he and his partner Kai have put their names down for the mixed doubles table tennis competition.

Pete works out at the Tilligerry Aquatic Centre’s heated pool most week days but he trains at the Lakeside Pool Raymond Terrace under coach Michael Abel of a Saturday.

“I swim for the Raymond Terrace Masters Swimming Club,” he said.

Anybody over the age of 25 is welcome to join and train as a senior.

Details can be found by contacting: francis.freeman@bigpond.com.

Pete has been actively training as a senior for the past 12 months and we wish him well at the Games.



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