SKIPTON swimmer Jack Jenkinson excelled in this year's Yorkshire Championships, with an extraordinary nine medal haul, which included six golds and three silvers.

In case that wasn't enough, Jack also managed to break ten club records for Skipton Swimming Club during the Championships, which took place over three weekends in February.

The 11-year-old managed to qualify for 15 events, and achieved personal bests in all but one of them. He also placed inside the top ten on 12 separate occasions.

The competition was no match for Jack in the freestyle events. He won the 50m, 100m, 200m and 400m in that discipline to claim four gold medals and three club records.

He completed the gruelling 400m swim in under five minutes, securing a record time of 4.46.50.

The butterfly was also a strong event for Jack. He recovered from the minor disappointment of his silver in the 50m to win gold and break club records in the 100m and 200m, with times of 1.12.07 and 2.39.74 respectively.

He swam very well in the 200m and 400m individual medley, narrowly missing out on gold but still breaking two club records in the process. He finished those events in 2.40.42 and 5.34.65 to earn a pair of silver medals.

Jack broke three club records in the backstroke too, in the 50m, 100m and 200m. His times of 1.15.20 and 2.38.28 in the latter two events saw him come close to achieving two more medals, but he placed fourth in both of those events.

He also swam in two breaststroke events, with his time of 1.29.57 in the 100m being enough for eighth place. He also completed the 50m swim in 42.93.

Jack did the club and the county proud and it might not be long before we see the talented 11-year-old competing on an even bigger stage.