Speaking to the Manchester Evening News Chloe Waddell's coach James Stannard said:
Chloe was so talented. She had qualified for the Olympic trials last year and this year she hoped to compete in the European Junior Championships.
She was so talented, but also in terms of school. She was someone who got straight As and she could have picked and chosen what she wanted to do with the next stage of her life.
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