Maurice Lakeman

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Maurice Lakeman was the Founder and President of the [[Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club]] in 1974.  He was a Physical Education teacher on Jersey who also served as an open water swimming coach, coaching four-time [[English Channel]] swimmer [[Sally Minty-Gravett]] and [[Denize Le Pennec]], the first [[English Channel]] swimmer from Jersey in 1966.   
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Maurice Lakeman was the Founder and President of the [[Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club]] in 1974 in [[Jersey]].  He was a Physical Education teacher on [[Jersey]] who also served as an [[open water swimming]] coach, coaching four-time [[English Channel]] swimmer [[Sally Minty-Gravett]] and [[Denize Le Pennec]], the first [[English Channel]] swimmer from [[Jersey]] in 1966.   
==External links==
==External links==
* [http://www.jerseyseaswims.org/ Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club]
* [http://www.jerseyseaswims.org/ Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club]
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* [http://dailynews.openwaterswimming.com/2013/10/how-to-build-great-open-water-swimming.html How To Build A Great Open Water Swimming Club]
[[Category:People]][[Category:Coaches]]
[[Category:People]][[Category:Coaches]]

Latest revision as of 21:40, 24 October 2013

Maurice Lakeman was the Founder and President of the Jersey Long Distance Swimming Club in 1974 in Jersey. He was a Physical Education teacher on Jersey who also served as an open water swimming coach, coaching four-time English Channel swimmer Sally Minty-Gravett and Denize Le Pennec, the first English Channel swimmer from Jersey in 1966.

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