The medals continued to roll in session 2 and Tyler Moodley claimed the first gold in the disability 100m free and Becky Whittaker took gold in the 12 years 200m back and was 3rd overall in the under 14's. We had many of our girls making the 100m breast finals - Anastasia Walker did an amazing swim in the heats to qualify 2nd for the final and was in contention for a medal all the way but sadly a choking incident with 25m to go cost her a medal but she bravely carried on to finish and hopefully she will be able to reach the podium next year. Becky Whittaker finished 5th in the 12 years event and our next medal came in the girls 13 year age group from Frankie Berry who had a great swim to move up from 6th seed to finish with a bronze; closely followed by team mate Lottie Warsop who came in 8th place. Ella Croft swam close on her PB to claim bronze in the 14 year girls and finally Amy Mead added another gold with a very convincing win in the the 15 years age group
Carl Morgan effortlessly won the men's 100m free in 54.08 and James Cox finished in 7th in the 13 year boys. In the sprints Becky added to her medal haul with a silver in the 50m back and Lilly Cherry finished 7th. We had representation in nearly every 50m boys fly final and there were some nail biting finishes across the board. Noah Rai made his first county final and pulled off a fantastic swim to win silver. James Cox and Will Turnock finished 4th and 5th , Fabio Medri came 6th and Jack Reddington and Jacob finished 7th and 8th.
Some our younger swimmers made their County debut this weekend so well done to Tyler Moodley, Ben Curson, James Berry, Matt Cox, Charlotte Allbones and Anastasia Walker for reaching those qualification times and even making the finals .
End of a long day - time to rest and get ready for another day of action.