The heats began with an early start for Greg Butler in a seeded heat of the 200 Breaststroke, he performed solidly and secured a place in the 16 year olds evenings final with a time of 2.25.95 ranking him in 5th place.Amy Grant was pleased to record a pb of 57.79 in the 100 Freestyle final and be one of only three 17 year olds who qualified for the evenings final in a 17/18 year old category.
Harriet Cooper performed with great athleticism to be ranked 1st for the 19 years plus final by finishing in 56.09 secs.
Building on great performances so far in the championship, Lewis White perhaps surpassed them by recording over a 6 second pb in the MC 200 IM with a time of 2.27.56 which ranked him in 6th place.
Ellie Baldwin recorded a time of 2.18.32 in the 200 Backstroke to also book her place as a 17 year old in the 17/18 year old final.
The ever busy Lewis White recorded yet another pb in the MC 50 Freestyle with a time of 27.14.
Our boys 14/16 year old 4×200 Freestyle relay team lowered their entry time and a special mention goes to the industrious 14 year old Ethan Billinge who accepted the challenge amongst some huge individuals. He stood in admirably for the injured Shay Bradley (get well soon Shay from all at City of Derby). The other team members were; Will Foster, Lewis White & Greg Butler.
Greg Butler produced another solid swim to finish 5th in the 16 years 200 Breaststroke.
Amy Grant was 10th in the 17/18 100 Freestyle whilst Harriet Cooper lowered the time she recorded in the heat to a great time of 55.49 to win the silver medal.
Lewis White not content with his unbelievable pb earlier in the day, lowered his mark to 2.27.39secs to finish 5th.
Ellie Baldwin lowered her heat swim time to 2.17.06 to finish 8th in her final.
Lewis White won bronze in the MC 50 Freestyle and again lowered his pb to 26.96, the first time he has swum sub 27 which rewarded him with the bronze medal below.