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Mids ladies go down narrowly

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Mid Sussex Marlins took a team of 40 swimmers to Horsham’s Pavilion Pool for what turned out to be a cracking last open meet before Christmas.

There were plenty of great swims and a high number of county qualifying times were achieved.

Although it was difficult to single out individual swimmers worth a particular mention, Ollie Goodhew claimed three gold medals and Sophy Croydon-Kempster had two golds in her four-medal haul.

The medals winners were Rachael Bowen (22) gold medal in 200 free; Guy Cooper (16) silver medal in 400 free; Sophy Croydon-Kempster (13) silver in 50 breast, gold in 100 IM, silver in 400 IM and gold in 50 fly; Will Curry (13) bronze in 200 breast; Ryan Dooley (14) gold in 200 free; Ollie Goodhew (15) gold in 400 IM, 50 back and 100 free; Holly James (11) bronze in 50 back; Jake Newman (13) bronze in 400 IM; Claire Shaw (17) gold in100 IM; Naomi Shaw (15) silver in 100 IM and gold in 50 free; Emma Shilton (12) gold in 200 and 100 breast and 200 IM, bronze in 400 IM; Meghan Stevens bronze in 50 breast.

Other swimmers worth a mention for notching fine PBs were Sophy Croydon-Kempster over 4 sec in 100 back, 5 sec in 400 IM and 7 sec in 50 fly: Emma Shilton over 11 sec in 200 breast, 8 sec in 200 IM, 24 sec in 400 IM and 8 sec in 200 free; Holly James over 7 sec in 100 IM and 8 sec in 200 free; Ben Stevens (11) over 6 secs in 200 free; Jake Newman over 9 secs in 400 IM; Guy Cooper over 24 secs in 400 IM; Ben Long (12) over 7 secs in 100 IM; Robin Boyden (11) over 22 secs in 400 free; Caleb Boyden (14) over 5 secs in 200 IM; Leah Clarke (12) over 31 secs in 400 free; Jamie Dooley (11) over 16 secs in 200 back; Thomas Nehme (11) over 6 secs in 200 breast; Hannah Goodhead (10) over 16 secs in 200 breast, Joe Nehme (13) over 7 secs in 200 free and 17nsecs in 400 free.

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