Records fall at Club Champs again

The second weekend of the 2016 Club Championships has now come to an end, with more PBs and records falling again.

Full results are now available online.

Twenty-six records fell over the weekend. Ten-year-old Jack Robinson earned records in the boys 50m and 200m Butterfly event, while 13 year-0ld William Pettitt gained the 200m Fly record.

But it was again the girls who saw the most records gained. Harley Maddison and Kieva Clegg shared the 14-year-old 200m Butterfly record, although Harley was deemed to have pipped it by a Referee’s Decision to gain the gold medal. Harley also gained records in the 100m Free, 50m, 100m and 200m Back, the 50m and 100m Fly, and the 100m and 2oom IM. Kieva meanwhile gained Club Championship records in the 200m Freestyle, and the 50m and 200m Breaststroke events.

Only two year categories didn’t see records changing for the girls over the course of the Championships. In the eight years and under category, Ocean Orrey gained records in the 100m Freestyle and the 100m and 200m Butterfly events.Daniela Bringeman added the 200m Breast, 100m and 200m Fly and the 200m IM to her haul at the previous weekend’s sessions in the 9 years age group, with Amelia Ridge also adding the 100m Back in this age.

Tegan Harrison saw her 9-year-old 100m Back record fall, but gained the 10 years record in this event. Millie Prudden gained the 15-years 200m Freestyle, while Jess Pearson took the 16-years-and-over 50m Back record.

Well done to all those who took part, and also to all the coaching team, parents, grandparents and supporters of all our swimmers who helped make this Club Championships one of the best. If you would like to find out more how you can get involved in the Club, please speak to any of the committee members or coaching staff.


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