Swimming: Saffron Seals return with medals from Cambridge Open Meet

PUBLISHED: 11:25 17 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:25 17 July 2013

SWIMMERS from Saffron Seals took part in the Level 3 licensed short course meet at Cambridge Parkside Pool on Sunday – and returned with a clutch of medals.

Nineteen club members competed over all strokes and distances during the three sessions of swimming. John Boyle, Zach Hayes and Oliver Rogers all returned home with medals.

John Boyle (12 years): 200m F/S Bronze; 100m F/S Silver; 50m F/S Gold; 100m Back Bronze

Zach Hayes (11 years): 100m Breast Gold; 50m Breast Bronze; Alice Rogers 14 years 200m IM Bronze

Oliver Rogers (9 years): 50m Back Silver; 50m Breast Bronze; 50m Fly Silver; 50m F/S Silver

The following swimmers also achieved personal best times:

Sian Bignall-Smith (10 years): F/S 100m 1.32.49

Harriet Dunham (11 years): Breast 50m 51.27

Keely Edwards (15 years+): F/S 200m 2.53.81

Lauren McAuley (11 years): Back 50m 43.62; F/S 100m 1.18.29

Phoebe Snow (12 years): 100m 1.20.47

Trixie Snow (14 years): Back 100m 1.23.78; Breast 100m 1.38.75; 200m 2.39.19; IM 200m 3.02.48

Katie Whyte (11 years): Breast 50m 51.16; F/S 50m 40.12

Isla Yarrow (11 years): Back 100m 1.30.17; Fly 50m 41.98; F/S 100m 1.18.76; 200m 2.47.21

Nathan Abbotson (11 years): Back 100m 1.35.35; Fly 50m 47.19

Yoshi Anderson (11 years): Back 50m 42.56; F/S 50m 35.68

John Boyle (12 years): 100m 1.20.43; F/S 50m 31.1; 100m 1.07.41; 200m 2.35.25

Robert Chappell (15 years+): F/S 50m 28.02; IM 200m 2.47.24

Zach Haynes (11 years): Breast 50m 44.53; 100m 1.37.80; F/S 100m 1.16.59

Aidan McErlain (10 years): Back 50m 49.12; Breast 50m 52.75; Fly 50m 48.99

Tom Pitts (15 years+): Back 50m 36.51; Breast 50m 38.45; F/S 50m 27.77

Oliver Rogers (9 years): Back 50m 42.71; Breast 50m 53.85; Fly 50m 45.81; F/S 50m 36.29


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