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Gold for Mount Pearl's Kate Sullivan at national junior swimming championships

Kate Sullivan will have to pose for a new photo. The 14-year-old from Mount Pearl is shown with Newfoundland and Labrador swim coach Chris Roberts after winning a silver and a bronze medal in freestyle events at the national junior swimming championships in Toronto over the weekend. However, Sullivan has another medal, a gold she won today in the 5,000-metre open-water event at the championships.
Kate Sullivan will have to pose for a new photo. The 14-year-old from Mount Pearl is shown with Newfoundland and Labrador swim coach Chris Roberts after winning a silver and a bronze medal in freestyle events at the national junior swimming championships in Toronto over the weekend. However, Sullivan has another medal, a gold she won today in the 5,000-metre open-water event at the championships.

It doesn’t matter the distance, Mount Pearl’s Kate Sullivan is proving to be one of the country’s top young swimmers.

Kate Sullivan

The 14-year-old now has complete set of medals at the national junior swimming championships in Toronto after winning gold today in the girls (13-17) 5,000-metre open water swim.

Sullivan had already displayed her talent over much shorter distances at the national event, winning a silver medal in the 400m freestyle and a bronze medal in the 200m free.

Next week, Sullivan will compete for Newfoundland and Labrador’s team at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.

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