Sulis swimmers set PBs
SWIMMING A busy squad of 16 Aquae Sulis swimmers bagged 56 medals, ten national qualifying times, seven club records and 120 personal bests in the South West Regional Championships at Millfield School.
Daniella Whiting was in excellent form, finishing with four golds in a seven-medal haul and claiming the top 14-year-old girl award.
She was also a member of all three of the relay teams who collected medals and progress to the next month's National Championships.
Charlotte Stubbs produced the swims of her life in taking silvers in both the 400m individual medley and 200m butterfly. She joined Whiting in two of the triumphant relay teams.
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Ben Lawton was another first-time national qualifier and medal winner with bronze in the 13-years' 100m and 200m breaststroke events.
Katie Parfitt swam in multiple events, picking up four medals, a club record and another national qualifying time in the process. She also swam in all three medal-winning relay teams.
Charlie Head produced an outstanding time to win the 12- years' 400m individual medley but narrowly missed the national qualifying mark by 0.03 of a second. He achieved it when he finished second in the 100m breaststroke, however.
Henry Dixon picked up his first championship gold medal by winning the 12-years' 400m freestyle, with team-mate Head just behind him in second place.
Chloe Flower had to be content with silver medals after two tough races in the 14- years' 100m and 200m butterfly. She went home with a third silver after being part of the 800m freestyle relay team.
Ros Cranham had mixed fortunes but swam well to take bronze medals in the 14-years' 200m backstroke and 100m freestyle events. She was also involved in two of the medal-winning relay teams.
Emily Concannon swam well to win bronze medals in the 12-years' 200m and 400m individual medley events and achieved her first national time of the season in the 200m backstroke.
For more information on getting involved in the Aquae Sulis Performance Swimming Club, contact Bath & North East Somerset Council's Sport and Active Lifestyles team on 01225 396429 or martin_ firstname.lastname@example.org.