Zoe picks up three golds
Swimmer Zoe Griffiths, nine, was the star for Huntingdon Piranhas at the inaugural Cambridgeshire County Intermediate Championships, picking up three golds. Godmanchester s Zoe struck gold in the 200m breaststroke, the 100m individual medley and the 200m
Swimmer Zoe Griffiths, nine, was the star for Huntingdon Piranhas at the inaugural Cambridgeshire County Intermediate Championships, picking up three golds.
Godmanchester's Zoe struck gold in the 200m breaststroke, the 100m individual medley and the 200m freestyle.
Piranhas' Karen Green said: "Zoe is one of the club's rising stars. She is returning exceptional times in all events and has a great future."
Zoe's medals were part of a 44-medal haul brought back from Peterborough by Piranhas swimmers as the Huntingdon club became the most successful of the visiting clubs at the event.
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Ten other Piranhas won their age group races, winning a further 13 gold medals on top of Zoe's efforts. There were also 15 silver and 13 bronze medal winners.
Also swimming to gold were nine-year-old George Girvan, 10-year-olds Adrian Vulysteke, William Davies and Madison Mayers-Brandrith.
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Other winners included Kate Meechan, Alex Murray, Samantha Green, Matthew Lardner, Ryan Skeels and Joshua Waring.
Silver and bronze medal winners were Vulysteke, Murray, Alex Youngs, Meechan, Kristen Chadband, Laura Vuylsteke, Mayers-Brandrith, Matthew Davitt, Matthew Ladell, Lardner, Natasha Skeels, Rebecca Young, Green, Shalini Patel and William Davies.
At the annual club championships, Piranhas swimmers Charlotte Harrison and Tamara Richards set a host of new records while Davitt, Lucy Brading, Chadband and Chelsea Prouten also set records.