News PBs for Charlotte at Youth Championships

PUBLISHED: 12:15 14 May 2009 | UPDATED: 14:07 06 May 2010

THE ASA East Region Youth Championships were held at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich over May 2-4. Top swimmers from across the region competed, with City of St Albans Swimming club squad members having qualified at the County Championships in March, rais

THE ASA East Region Youth Championships were held at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich over May 2-4.

Top swimmers from across the region competed, with City of St Albans Swimming club squad members having qualified at the County Championships in March, raising their game to swim at this higher level.

In the boys' events Matthew Henson (16 and over) and Jack Baron (U16s) competed in freestyle, backstroke and butterfly, whilst Charlotte Henson, Chloe Beard , Coraliee DuPreez, Holly Winfield and Katie Lightowler all competed in the girls' U16s competition, Charlotte setting new PBs in both the 100m backstroke, and 200m individual medley.

Overall David Godridge of Watford SC proved successful over a range of distances, winning five titles in freestyle, butterfly and individual medley events.

Alex Baker (Hatfield SC) won a clean sweep of all three Backstroke events, and Andrew Egan (Hatfield SC) won two breaststroke events.

In the U16s female group there were six wins for Anne Bochmann (UEA City of Norwich SC) in her home pool.

CoStA welcome swimmers of all abilities, so come along to club nights at Westminster Lodge on Sunday or Monday evenings.


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