SKIPTON Swimming Club had a record breaking number of swimmers qualifying for the Long Course ASA Yorkshire Championships.

During the competition, 30 swimmers competed in a total of 197 races.

They clocked up an impressive 55 top-ten finalist places. won 14 medals, and set numerous personal best times and club records.

Thirteen swimmers were successful in qualifying for the finals in some or all of their individual events.

Jack Jenkinson gained 14 qualifying times for this year's competition.

He had an impressive medal haul claiming two Yorkshire titles in the 11-year-old 50m freestyle (31.27secs) and 100m freestyle (1:08.32).

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

The talented swimmer also made the finals of the 50m backstroke, 50m butterfly and 100m butterfly with personal best times in all his events.

William Oliver also had a fantastic competition achieving a silver medal in the 11-year-old 50m breaststroke (41.01) and a bronze medal in the 100m breaststroke (1:32.34).

He was also a finalist in the 100m backstroke and 200m individual medley picking up great personal bests in his events.

It was Harvey Pennington’s most successful Yorkshire competition to date.

He was a finalist in the 12-year-old 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle and the 100m backstroke and 200m individual medley achieving good personal bests throughout his events.

Sean Smith made the final in both the 50m and 100m breaststroke events.

Madison Turner swam well throughout and made the final of the girls 13-year-old 50m backstroke, gaining a personal best.

Fenn Curran also swam well and picked up a personal best time in the final of the 50m freestyle.

Ellen Wright qualified for four events and made the final of the girls 14-year-old 50m breaststroke where she gained a personal best.

Talented swimmer Ned Sharp qualified for 11 events over the course of the competition.

He became a double Yorkshire champion with personal best times in both 50m freestyle (25.86) and 50m butterfly (27.81).

He also claimed a silver medal in the 100m freestyle (57.44 pb) and a bronze medal in the 200m freestyle (2:10.51).

Sharp also reached the final in all the other qualifying events which were the 400m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 100m backstroke, 200m backstroke, 100m butterfly, 50m breaststroke and 200m Individual medley.

The thirty four athletes competing were: Beatrice Waller, Charlotte Leigh, Declan Sequeira, Ellen Wright, Ethan Camsey, Fenn Curran, Fennella Turner, Harvey Pennington, Jack Jenkinson, Joel Phillip, Katie Simpson, Kaye Fenton, Lauren Hanson, Lily-Mae Pratt, Louis Robson, Luke Midgley, Madison Turner, Matthew Housley, Matthew Kenneth, Megan Baines, Mia Douglas, Ned Sharp, Niall Smith, Paige Fenton, Rohan Smith, Sean Smith, Sam King, Thomas Barrett, William Oliver and Zeb Heys.

Additional swimmers invited to compete in the team events were Bradley Brennand, Harry Kaminski, Maisie Longthorne and Abi Newton who has recently retired from swimming competitively at the club.