LITTLE LEGEND: Roma All Star swimmer Lacey Harth.
LITTLE LEGEND: Roma All Star swimmer Lacey Harth. Stacey Bignell

Youngster aims to put her 'All Star' qualities into coaching

SWIMMING: Roma All Star Lacey Harth achieved many swimming accolades this season which she hopes to pass on to future generations of southwest swimmers.

Lacey took her first dive when she was just one year old. Now 12, she continues to impress her fellow competitors taking out the Age Champion at the southwest trials in Chinchilla and making the Roma and District Team this season.

"I was really inspired after going to the swimming at the Commonwealth Games - it would be a dream to be able to swim for my country at the Olympics but my goal is to be a swimming coach,” she said.

"But what truly inspires me is seeing other swimmers going to carnivals and really enjoying themselves while swimming personal best times.”

Lacey said the best thing about being a Roma All Star was the club atmosphere.

"I've met some great people and swam against some really great swimmers that have pushed me to swim hard and always do my best,” she said.

"I got to go to a lot more competitions with my swimming friends this years, which is great.

"I'm very proud of my achievements throughout the season.”


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