Oriana Wheeler and Will Russell recorded the fastest times of the day in the 100m breaststroke event of the Beau Sejour Barracudas’ Club Championships.
Oriana, had an outstanding swim competing in the 12/13 age group, as she took the honours in a lifetime best by over 4 seconds to post 1.21.37. Will Russell posted 1.13.17 in the 16
and over age group.
In the youngest age group 9 year olds Holly Jones and Dylan Graham took gold finishing in 2.00.97 and 2.03.31 respectively.
In the 10 year age group, it was a great win for Katherine Bolton for the girls, in a time of 1.38.82 – a personal best by over 10 seconds. The boy’s title went to Oliver Russell who
came in on 1.52.87. Leanna Guille was also on form in the 11 year age group finishing inside her entered time to win the age group in 1.38.18. Max Wrench won the boys gold in 1.39.27 whilst Xander
Graham was the victor for the boys in the 12/13 age group, recording 1.23.46. Molly Staples continues to reap the rewards of hard work as she won the girls 14/15 age
group in a personal best of 1.27.16
The Masters section saw Peter Frankland finish one hundredth of a second inside his best and his own record to post 1.21.25 in his age group with Alexis Mansell also inside his best
time won his age group in another personal best of 1.28.69.
Fastest times in the 100m butterfly event came from Orla Rabey and Will Russell, with Orla finishing in 1.08.09 and Russell in 1.08.84. With both heavily involved in exam studies, the
event came as a welcome break!
Rollo Tiffin won the boys 14/15 age group in 1.14.72, whilst Ailish Rabey for the girls, just had the edge ahead of Molly Staples to win in 1.13.70.
Hannah Jones won the 12/13 age group in a personal best by over 7 seconds of 1.14.81, with Edward Brady pulling out all the stops for the boys in this age-group, improving by over
13 seconds on his entered time to touch in 1.21.57
The Masters section saw Peter Frankland and David Aslett win their age groups, with Aslett having a great swim, knocking 3 seconds off the mark previously held by Alexis Mansell.