Day 1 – As I walked up to the Life Centre I met with Katherine Prosser and her dad then Andrew Millar followed shortly by Erin Johnson and her mum. Nervously they followed me to get changed and onto poolside. Hannah Jones and dad then found us then finally Tom Stoyle.
Warm ups completed, Katherine and Erin were first to swim, then Hannah in the 200 Breaststroke. All gained PBs – Hannah missing 3rd position by 1 second but she did do a 6 second PB. Tom swam a 9 second PB in the 200 Backstroke and Hannah a 4 second PB in the 100 Freestyle.
We had some amazing swims and everyone did at least one pb and came away with 3 silver medals and l bronze. James Hudson missed gold on his 100m Breaststroke by 0.02 of a second having already swum 1500m.
Times were as follows:
Erin Johnson – 100 m Fly 1.54.78, 200 m Breaststroke 4.05.45
Katherine Prosser – 200m Backstroke 3.55.26, 200m Breaststroke 4.31.16
Andrew Millar – 200m Breaststroke 3.49.36, 100m Freestyle 1.29.53, 200m Freestyle 3.05.10, 100m Breaststroke 1.49.11
Hannah Jones – 100m Freestyle 1.20.06, 100m IM 1.28.70, 200m Breaststroke 3.24.25 (4th), 100m Breaststroke 1.37.00 n(2nd)
James Hudson – 1500m Freestyle 21.38.13 (3rd), 100m IM 1.19.09, 100m Breaststroke 1.25.21 (2nd)
Jacob Allman – 100m IM 1.36.01, 200m Freestyle 3.08.37, 100m Breaststroke 1.43.11
Darcey Boyce – 400m Freestyle 6.27.55 (2nd), 200m IM 3.17.96 (4th), 100m IM 1.36.80, 200m Freestyle 3.03.23
Rianna Pincott – 200m Freestyle 3.50.45
Lettie Cowling – 400m Freestyle 6.01.39 (4th) 200m IM 3.33.56