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Brothers Jensen (left) and Owen Row with some of their medals

Brothers win 9 medals in the Exeter Sprint

The Wellington School students also attended the Somerset County Development Camp at Millfield

Posted by Stephanie Broad | October 12, 2016 | People, policy, politics

Two brothers at Wellington School are swimming their way to victory. Jensen Row, in Year 11 and his younger brother Owen in Year 8 have been winning a whole host of medals in the Exeter Sprint.

Owen won the cup for the top boy in the gala and swept the board with five medals, whilst Jensen won four medals in a field of 15-year-old boys.

Both brothers attended the Somerset County Development Camp at Millfield, where Owen went on to win two more medals – the gold medal for 100m breast stroke and silver for 50m back stroke. 

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