City of Cambridge Swimming Club hosted the first weekend of the 2016 Cambridgeshire County Championships at Parkside Pools in Cambridge.
After the first weekend of competition, CoCSC came away with 25 gold medals, 16 silver medals and 24 bronze medals.
Leading the team in the medals tally was 12-year-old Cameron Wolstencroft who won an impressive six golds, and just behind him was 14-year-old Matthew Titman, who received four golds.
Leading the girls’ category, Jasmine Seamarks came away with three golds. One of the club’s up-and-coming prospects Christopher Williamson came away with two gold medals in the 200m individual medley, and 200m backstroke. 11-year-old Polly Fish came away with two gold medals in the 50m butterfly and 100m breaststroke, whilst fellow 11-year-old team mate, Eloise Parton, won gold in the 200m breaststroke.
Regional medallist Oliver Cashin won gold in the 100m breaststroke, dominating the final with an impressive victory, while Imogen Bloomfield received two gold medals in her first County Championships for her new club.
In the 16 years plus age group, Tom Sarah won two golds in the 400m freestyle and the 100m breaststroke, Lauren Hall received a gold for her performance in the 50m backstroke, and Agatha Malikova won gold in the 50m butterfly.
With 65 medals in total, and 56 swimmers in the finals, Assistant Head Coach Simon Morley said, “I’m very pleased with how the meet is going so far. The number of City of Cambridge swimmers qualifying for the championships has increased and we have more swimmers in the finals this year, which shows we are progressing as a Club.”