Noa Doest swam well in the 100 Free gaining a Personal Best in the heats in 57.32. Doa went on to finish 5th in the final in 56.86. Piers Bowden showed a great display of front end speed narrowly outside his PB in 56.82.
In the Women’s 400m free Ella Windle swam just outside her Personal Best but it safely saw her through to the final where she came 5th in 4.27.93.
In the Men’s 50m back Piers Bowden swam well in 30.23. Alex Armstrong attacked his heat swim with some great underwater work and gained a PB going on to swim another Personal Best in 29.11 coming 7th.
Daisy Seymour had a great first National Swim in 32.98 just outside her PB. Kate Windle also had a great heat in 31.75.
In the 200IM Noa Doest put in a good effort swimming just outside his PB in 2.23.89. Dylan Conway also also swam outside of his PB but saw him safely through to the final 2.16.15 where he 7th. Ruben’s King swam a very controlled swim which got him through to the final where he finished 5th in 2.08.94 in a very tough race.
Tilly Hansen-Hamilton in the Women’s 200IM gave a great display of skills in the heat which saw her through to the final where she came 6th in 2.28.51. Molly Robinson swam a good heat in 2.27.75. Amy Hodgson swam a strong heat in 2.27.36 which put her into the final where she finished 5th in 2.27.34. Katie Hodgson put in a fine effort in the heats in 2.24.98, but DQ’d in the final.