Swimming: Medal success for Killerwhales at Black Lion Spring Open Meet

PUBLISHED: 17:00 10 May 2018

The latest news from the local swimming scene (pic: Andrew Matthews/PA)

The latest news from the local swimming scene (pic: Andrew Matthews/PA)

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The latest news from the Killerwhales swimming club

There was medal success for Killerwhales at the recent Black Lion Spring Open Meet in Medway.

In the nine-year-old category, Niamh Stevenson won gold in the 200m backstroke with a time of three minutes and 18 seconds.

In the same event Maxwell Brown also claimed the gold with a time of 3.25

In the 10-year-old age group, Charlie Rodgers impressed in the breaststroke, taking silver in the 200m, and bronze in both the 50m and 100m.

Chloe Keegan took home the bronze medal in the 100m backstroke with an impressive time of 1.24; bronze in the 200m breaststroke; and rounded off her medal collection with gold in the 200m backstroke.

Christopher Charnick swam well to take silver in the 100m medley and went on to claim bronze in the 50m butterfly.

Olivia Cooper won four gold medals in the 11-year-old age group for the 200m butterfly, the 100m breaststroke, the 200m breaststroke and 50m butterfly.

Not stopping there, Cooper claimed silver in the 100m freestyle.

In the twelve-year-old category, Brooke Woodhouse won gold in the 50m backstroke with a time of 35.46 and secured a bronze medal in the 100 medley.

Rhys Penfold claimed the gold medal in the 200m butterfly and went on to take the bronze for the 100m butterfly.

Maisie Lawn finished off the medal tally for the 12-year olds nicely, claiming bronze in the 50m butterfly and finishing with gold in the 200 medley.

The 13-year-old age group saw Poppy Holmes collect a bronze medal for the 200m butterfly event, and Thomas Dudman picked up the bronze medal for the 200m breaststroke.

The 14-year-old age group saw numerous medals, with Katie Elsworth winning gold in the 200m butterfly.

Joshua Frampton did well winning one of each, taking gold in the 100m breaststroke, silver in the 50m Breaststroke, and bronze for the 100m backstroke.

Helen Panton secured bronze in the 100m breaststroke and Miguel Newman also claimed bronze in the 100m medley.

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