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O'Neile flys the flag for Dorset at Speedo Poole Sea Swim
SWIM Bournemouth’s Helen O’Neile, 22, was the only local winner at the Speedo Poole Sea Swim at Sandbanks on Sunday.
The Loughborough University student – one of almost 500 swimmers who converged on Sandbanks from many parts of Britain – was the first woman home in the 1500m race in a time of 22min 27sec.
Former Poole, Ferndown and Bournemouth Dolphins swimmer Greg Shrosbree, 21, was the second man in the same event in 21:11.
The races doubled as the British Police Championships.
Overall male results – 750m: 1 Jordan Sexton (Hillingdon) 11:35, 2 Ryan Long (GB Police) 12:50, 3 Jason Tait 14:24.
1500m: 1 Chris Perham (Tri-UK) 20:22, 2 Greg Shrosbree (Poole) 21:11, 3 Tom Crew (Bath Uni/ Bridport) 21:35.
3000m: 1 Daniel Shorthouse (Swansea Performance) 39:18, 2 Shawn Morgan (GB Police / Woking Masters) 40:06, 3 Ross Jarvis (Newbury) 41:54.
Female - 750m: 1 Hannah Beetham (Abertillery SC) 12:07, 2 Ellie Hine (Bradford-upon-Avon) 12:25, Lauren Harrison (Chard) 13:03.
1500m: 1 Helen O’Neile (Swim Bournemouth) 22:27, Dorr McCall 22:35, 3 Molly Beetham (Abertillery SC) 23:16.
3000m: 1 Jessica Wooddisse (GB Police/Gloucester) 43:06, 2 Gill Gregory 44:07, 3 Laure Bacher (Otter SC) 44:20.
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