SWANSEA Aquatics have taken a bounty of medals at the Swim Wales Legends meet in the Wales National Pool held on the 15th and 16th of September.
The young guns put in a excellent display early on in the season picking up an astonishing 35 golds, 32 silvers and 27 bronze medals.
Sam Jones Assistant Head Coach said: “The meet was early in the season and it was the first chance for swimmers to focus their skills under pressure in competition. The swimmers not only showed good skills across the two day meet but there were also lifetime best times from most of our inspiring swimmers.”
The coach went on to say that the club is going from strength to strength with increasing membership inspired by the recent commonwealth success from senior swimmers Dan Jervis and Alys Thomas.
City of Swansea Aquatics fired on all cylinders at the meet and brought back medals at all levels. The club will be running its friendly and competitive club championships next week to put the skills at all levels within the club to the test again.
- Catrin Edwards (100m Freestyle, 50m Breaststroke)
- Seren Thomas (400m Freestyle, 100m Breaststroke)
- Libby Hale (200m Breaststroke, 100m Breaststroke, 100m Backstroke, 50m Breaststroke)
- Holly Tucker (200m Breaststroke, 100m Backstroke, 50m Backstroke)
- Porsche Demery (200m Breaststroke, 400m Freestyle)
- Angelo Sanorjo (100m Butterfly, 50m Butterfly)
- Kara Pritchard (100m Butterfly, 50m Butterfly, 200m Butterfly, 200m Backstroke)
- Libbie Geach (100m Backstroke, 50m Freestyle, 400m Individual Medley, 400m Freestyle, 50m Backstroke)
- Jack Arnold (50m Freestyle)
- Gracie Minty (100m Breaststroke)
- Gemma Hale (100m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly, 100m Butterfly)
- Izzy Edwards (100m Backstroke)
- Kaden Diouf (50m Butterfly)
- Tyler WiIliams (50m Breaststroke)
- Woody Francis (50m Backstroke)
- Danielle WIlliams (200m Backstroke)
- Eve Fox (200m Backstroke)
- Charlotte Smart (200m Indivdual Medley)
Photo: Wiki Commons – Jeff Hardy – Australian Paralympic Committee