Glastonbury swimmer Cameron Kurle selected to represent England in this summer's Commonwealth Games

By Emma Dance

15th May 2022 | Local Sport

Cameron Kurle from Glastonbury
Cameron Kurle from Glastonbury

Glastonbury's Cameron Kurle and Street's Brodie Williams have been named in Team England's 48-strong swimming squad for this summer's Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Millfield School pupil Tamryn van Selm will also make her senior championship debut during the Games, taking place from July 28 to August 8.

Kurle, who now trains in Scotland at Stirling University, won two silver medals on his Commonwealth Games debut in Australia four years ago, in the men's 4x100m and 4x200m freestyle relays.

Former Crispin School pupil Williams, who trains with the British Swimming Performance Centre at the University of Bath, will be making his first Commonwealth Games appearance but is no stranger to the big stage having competed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games last summer.

Brodie Williams

Both Kurle and Williams are former Millfield pupils, as is double Olympic Champion James Guy who has been selected for his third Commonwealth Games and will be looking to add to the six medals he has previously won.


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