Schweizer claims butterfly double

SWIMMING: Alysse Schweizer did host club Fairymead proud by claiming the girls' 11 years 100m and 200m butterfly double at the City of Charm Carnival.

Clubmates Ammon Lammi, Connor Simms and Jaron Phillips were also among the winners.

Seventeen-year-old sprint specialist Lammi turned it on to triumph in the men's 50m freestyle, while Simms was victorious in the boys' 10 years 50m freestyle and picked up bronze in the 100m breaststroke and 100m freestyle. Phillips took out the men's 15 years 200m breaststroke.

Paris Bell also flew the Fairymead flag high with two seconds, in the girls' nine years 50m breaststroke and 200m IM, while Baylee Holden was runner-up in the girls' eight years 50m breaststroke and third in 100m freestyle.

Natasha Walden touched second in the girls' 12 years 100m breaststroke and also performed far beyond her years to finish third in the open women's 50m breaststroke.

Indy Burt also clinched second in the boys' 10 years 100m backstroke and added thirds in 200m freestyle and 200m IM.

Record breakers at the meet included: Steven Coombes (Australian Crawl) boys 11y 200m breaststroke (3:03.67), 100m breaststroke (1:24.81);

Matilda Phelan (Gracemere girls) 11y 50m freestyle (29.35sec); Megan Gianotti (Waterworx) girls 15y 50m freestyle (27.29sec), 200m butterfly (2:21.93); Sarah Kime (Mountain Creek) women's 50m freestyle (27.34sec); Todd Baldwin (Hervey Bay) men's 11y 200m backstroke (2:59.31); Lilli Glass (Hervey Bay) girls 11y 200m backstroke (2:45.95), 200m IM (2:45.53); Karly Banks (Rocky City) girls 14y 200m backstroke (2:29.86); Alanna Bowles (Rocky City) girls 13y 200m IM (2:29.22), 200m freestyle (2:14.28), 200m butterfly (2:20.90); Jaimee Newton-Smith (Waterworx) women's 16y 200m IM (2:37.13); Kyle Mason (Waterworx) men's 15y 200m freestyle (2:07.53).



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