SKIPTON Swimming Club had a record-breaking 30 swimmers competing in a total of 197 races at the Long Course ASA Yorkshire Championships.

Between them they clocked up an impressive 55 top ten places, won 14 medals and set a raft of club record times.

Luke Midgley qualified for 12 events and achieved an impressive hat-trick of golds becoming the 15 years champion in 50m freestyle (27.34), 50 m breaststroke (33.35PB) and 100m breaststroke (1:13.08 ). All three times were personal bests. He was also the silver medallist in 200 m breaststroke (2:43.26).

Jack Jenkinson gained 14 qualifying times and won freestyle gold medals in the 11 years 50m and 100m in respective times of 31.27 secs and 1min:08.32sec.

He also took bronze in both the 400m freestyle (5:22.91) and 200m individual medley (2.56.45).

Thirteen-year-old Ned Sharp qualified for 11 events and clinched gold medals in both the 50m freestyle (25.86) and 50m butterfly (27.81). He also won silver in the 100 m freestyle (57.44 ) and a bronze medal in the 200m freestyle (2:10.51.).

William Oliver achieved a silver medal in the 11 years 50m breaststroke (41.01) and a bronze medal in the 100m breaststroke (1:32.34).

Harvey Pennington’s most successful Yorkshire competition to date saw the 12-year-old set personal bests in the 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle, 100m backstroke and 200m individual medley.

Joel Phillip made the finals of the 15 years 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly, 200m butterfly and 200m breaststroke.

Sean Smith, Madison Turner, Fenn Curran, Ellen Wright, Sam King,

Ethan Camsey and Lauren Hanson were others to produce stronger performances.