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Editors’ Blog: Welcome to MT2007

first_imgHello to everyone, freshers and returning students – We’d like to welcome you to Michaelmas 2007 with Cherwell 24. Our redesigned site, launched last term, continues to grow and in the next few weeks you can expect to see new video news stories, podcasts, blogs, and comment functions. We encourage you to register to enjoy the full interactive capabilities of the site. A particularly warm welcome to the freshers – we hope you enjoy Oxford and turn to Cherwell 24 to stay updated on what’s going on around the city. Check out our Culture section for what’s going on in theatre, music, art, and film in Oxford that week, and keep an eye on our News ticker for breaking stories. If you’re interested in getting involved with Cherwell 24, we’re always looking for contributors in any section. You can get in touch with out section editors as follows:News: Laura Pitel (St Anne’s)Features: Charlotte King (Balliol)Stage: Sinead Mattock (Brasenose)Music: Vikram Joseph (New) and Joseph Rowan (Balliol)Books/Exhibitions: Daisy Dunn (St Hilda’s)Science: Connie Han (Madgalen)Sport: James Beard (Wadham)Comment: Matthew Burn (Wadham) and Samuel Counsell (Trinity)Additionally, we’re expanding our multimedia section, so if anyone has experience or interest in working with internet video, audio, and other user-interactive features, or you’re interested in an area not covered by the sections above, drop the editors a line at:online(at)cherwell.orgWe’d love to hear from you. Enjoy Michaelmas and see more – see 24.Leah Klement (St Anne’s) Fiona Wilson (Hertford)Editorslast_img read more

Dorado swimmers win four medals, including two gold, at Open Water meet in T&T

first_imgDORADO Speed Swim Club were impressive in the water of Las Cuevas Bay in Trinidad and Tobago, winning four medals, including two gold, at the 2019 Marlins Open Water Invitational meet on Sunday. The four swimmers who competed in the event represented with distinction.Daniel Scott, 18, proved his endurance by winning the 5K competition.The national swimmer is no stranger to open-water meets. At CARIFTA 2017 in the Bahamas, he placed 16th in the Boys 16-18 division after clocking 1:16:35.10.  Months prior, he had his first exposure to open water when he competed at the ASATT Maracus Bay Open Water Classic.On Sunday, he swam his 5K in a time of 1:11:12.53, over five minutes faster than in the Bahamas. Dorado’s other gold was won by Raekwon Noel, who clocked 47:30.56 in his 3K swim in the 13-14 male division. The national swimmer was over eight minutes faster than clubmate, Stephon Ramkhelawan, who clocked 55:35.40 for a second-place finish.Stephon’s younger brother, Stephen Ramkhelawan, also finished with a silver medal when he competed in the 11-12 age category.  The youngster clocked 50:08.30 in a more competitive 3K swim.  Marlin’s  swimmer  Zachary Anthony had won the division in 47:16.80.  Third place went to Anthony’s teammate, Khadeem Braithwaite, who finished in 51:13.11.All four Guyanese swimmers had competed for team Dorado at the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Invitational Meet, which concluded on Saturday evening, at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva. At that four-day meet, Dorado finished fifth out of 28 teams.last_img read more