Honiton swimmers return magnificent results at Devon County Sprints meeting in Plymouth

PUBLISHED: 15:49 12 April 2014 | UPDATED: 22:51 16 April 2014

Honiton swimmers at Plymouth

Honiton swimmers at Plymouth

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Eleven wimmers from Honiton Swimming Club travelled to Plymouth Life Centre to take part in the Devon County Sprints.

The swimmers travelled by mini-bus which was kindly loaned to them by one of the club sponsors, Otter Windows.

Travelling by mini-bus was very good for team spirit and bonding and certainly meant that the swimmers arrive din Plymouth raring to go!

All eleven swimmers returned with at least one personal best time, an incredible achievement for all.

Individual results: Kerys Gibbs, 50m fly, 53.25 (PB); 50m back, 50.84 (PB) 50m breast stroke, 58.18 (PB); 50m front crawl, 44.01 (PB).

Olivia Taylor: 50m fly: 53.09 (PB); 50m back, 50.37 (PB); 50m breast stroke, 1.03.55; 50m front crawl, 48.95 (PB).

Hannah Trude: 50m fly, 54.40 (PB); 50m back, 52.23 (PB); 50m breast stroke, 54.39 (PB); 50m front crawl, 44.84 (PB).

Erin Marshallsay: 50m fly, 47.63 (PB); 50m back, 43.11, (PB); 50m breast stroke, 46.36; 50m front crawl, 35.83.

Janet Bargmann: 50m fly, 42.47 (PB); 50m back, 42.25 50m; breast stroke, 51.05 (PB); 50m front crawl, 35.38.

Tiegan Chipping: 50m fly, 42.16 (PB); 50m back, 40.92 (PB); 50m breast stroke, 46.97 (PB); 50m front crawl, 33.16 (PB).

Lily Pearson: 50m fly, 39.92 (PB); 50m back, 42.90; 50m breast stroke, 48.71; 50m front crawl, 34.52 (PB).

Isabel Lynch: 50m fly, 42.23; 50m back, 44.41 (PB); 50m breast stroke, 47.64 (PB); 50m front crawl, 35.30 (PB).

Carys Lilley: 50m fly, 36.74 (PB); 50m back, 37.26 (PB) 50m breast stroke, 39.91 (PB); 50m front crawl, 32.44.

Harry Tomkins: 50m fly, 1.03.70; 50m back, 1.02.37; 50m breast stroke, 1.02.98 (PB); 50m front crawl, 53.63 (PB).

George Tomkins: 50m fly, 53.03 (PB); 50m back, 48.58 (PB); 50m breast stroke, 52.25 (PB); 50m front crawl, 43.20 (PB).


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