SKIPTON club aces proved to be the nation's favourites at the British Swimming Championships held in Glasgow.

Swimmers are invited based on the national rankings following a qualifying period. Only the top 24 ranked swimmers in each event/age group can qualify.

Skipton's Ned Sharp, who was keen to defend his 50m butterfly title, a title has has held over the past two years for the 13/14 and 15-year age groups, had qualified for four events.

Swimming in the 100m butterfly heats, Sharp took pole position in the final. Swimming a further personal best time in the final he took the silver medal.

The following day saw Sharp compete in the 100m fly. He also made the final as fastest swimmer, this time his heat time was smashed out of the water with a new personal best of 55.99, a time that earned him the title of British champion in 100 Fly.

He took to the water in the 50m freestyle and took fourth place, with only 0.21 of a second between first and sixth place.

The final day of the championships saw Sharp defend his title in 50m fly.

He swam a great time in the heat to take the golden lanes and be fastest qualifier.

Sharp surpassed himself in the final with an amazing reaction time to get him off the blocks and lead the race from start to finish.

Sharp took gold in a new personal best time of 25.24. Ned's 50m fly, 50m free and 100m fly times were also long-held Yorkshire junior records.

Club captain Paige Fenton made her debut at the British Championships with 50m and 100m breaststroke.

Fenton was on top form over the two events and showing nerves of steel she made great times to win both her heats and take final positions in both events.

She was quick enough to secure sixth place in the 50m breaststroke and eighth in the 100m. Both her swims earned her club records in both her age group and open.

It was also Madison Turner's debut at the event, having qualified for three events. First up was the 100m backstroke, where she easily won her heat with a personal best time and club record.

This time put her in joint place for 10th meaning a nail biting swim-off for a final position.

Madison was squeezed out in the swim off. Her swims in 50m and 200m backstroke were also club records and earned her 18th place in 50m backstroke and 16th in 200m.

Archie Minto swam out for is first British Champs with Skipton.

Qualifying for 100m and 200m fly. An amazing heat swim, with a personal best time, saw Minto straight into the 200m fly final.

Minto showed he was on top form for the competition, smashing his heat time in the final to come home in 2.09.59. He picked up the club record for 16 years and eighth place.

Swimming out in the 100m fly, Minto continued to impress with another PB and club record picked up 13th place.