The swimmers had a brilliant day of swimming on Day 5 and Katie Hodgson started the day off and swum well in the Women’s 15/16 years 100m Breast. However Lucy Bean swam a Personal Best time of 1.13.19 in the heats and Lucy then went on to swim in the Semi-Final in another Personal Best of 1.12.40 coming 5th and securing her place in the final.
In the Men’s 15/16 years 200m Breast Heats Rubens King came 12th in 2.26.88 and went on to the Semi Final where he finished in a very good time of 2.25.90.
Henry Goodlud followed in the 17/18 years 200m Breast where he had a great swim securing his place in the Semi-Final where he finished in a time of 2.27.16. Christopher Green also had a very good swim in the same age group where he swam a 2.24.97 which secured his place in the Semi-Final where he finished 16th.
Kate Alexander swam well in the Women’s 17/18 400IM. However Emma Day swam also swam a really good race with a Personal Best time of 4.56.52. Emma then went on to swim a magnificent Final and finished with another Personal Best time of 4.51.47 securing the Gold Medal.
The Women’s 100m MC Free saw Olivia Mae Cameron swim a fabulous Personal Best time of 1.20.75 and Matthew Phillips not to be outdone also swam the Men’s 100m Free in a fantastic Personal Best time of 1.14.09.
Sophie du Plessis and Dannielle Benn swam a good race in the 50m Open Back.
In the Women’s 4 x 100m Free Dannielle Benn, Hannah Dry, Kate Alexander and Emma Day finished in a time of 4.01.95.
Charlie Pullan swam a great race in the Men’s 100m Free Final and came 6th overall.
Emma Day continuing her brilliant form went onto the swim the Women’s 200m Fly Final in a time of 2.15.17 where she secured a Gold Medal and her second of the day.