PERSONAL bests and podium finishes abounded for members of the Bathurst City Amateur Swim Club when they attended the 2016 Cowra Annual Qualifying Meet.
Competing against some of the best swimmers in the region, not only did 11 members of the Bathurst club pick up wins, but between them they registered 22 victories.
Adding to that, the contingent of 18 swimmers also notched up 38 podiums across the age groups.
“We had very strong finishes across most age groups with many of our swimmers placing in the top three, and nearly all swimmers achieving time improvements in many of their events,” publicity officer Meredith Caddis said.
We had very strong finishes across most age groups with many of our swimmers placing in the top three.Meredith Caddis
Among those to excel with multiple wins were Toby Partridge, Patrick O’Hara, Molly McCrossin, Tahlia O’Connell and Jack O’Hara.
Partridge was first in the boys 100 metres freestyle and backstroke, and took out the 9-10 years boys’ 50m backstroke, freestyle and butterfly events. He also placed third in the 50m breastroke.
This weekend Bathurst swimmers will have one last chance to clock a qualifying time for the NSW State Age Championships.