British Olympic swimmer Keri-Anne Payne announces retirement

Keri-Anne Payne, a British Olympic medalist in swimming announced her retirement on Monday. The 29-year old has been swimming competitively for 12 years and will now venture on to a new career path, Triscape, with her husband, David Carry. The distance swimmer made her first senior international debut in 2004 at the European Short Course Championships. From there, she went on to...
Via Excelle Sports
January 23, 2017

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