Swimming: Borough of Kirklees Masters swimmers set new standards
THE Borough of Kirkless Masters team produced 13 new club records as they went on a medal hunt at the North East Of England championships.
The club returned from Durham with 20 gold medals, 19 silver and four bronze.
Masters team coach John Snaith said: “Once again the BOK Masters have continued to show improvement in their times and against tough competition.
“As coach I have to give my respect to their hard work, dedication and enthusiasm, and the work they put into training each week.
The new records were set by:
Women – 400m freestyle age group 30-34: Sarah Kinsey 4.45.54, 400m freestyle 40-44: Suzanne Patterson 5.58.67, 50m backcrawl 30-34: Rachel Whitwell 34.18, 100m backcrawl 35-39: Vicki Wilford 1.21.71, 200m backcrawl 35-39: Vikki WilfordŠ 2.53.33, 200m butterfly 30-34:ŠSarah KinseyŠ2.47.01, 50m breaststroke 40-44:ŠKirsten DurransŠ41.91, 100m breastroke 40-44:ŠKirsten DurransŠ1.32.66.
Men – 50m backcrawl 18-24: Tom McAvoy 29.85, 200m backcrawl 18-24: David PhillipsŠ2.22.70, 200m Individual Medley 30-34: Stewart WorthyŠ2.33.85, 50m butterfly 18-24: Tom McAvoyŠ27.46, 200m breaststroke 30-34: Stewart WorthyŠ2.48.52.Š