SPLASH: Ella McGlashan (far right) prepares to dive at the Dalby Open on Sunday.
SPLASH: Ella McGlashan (far right) prepares to dive at the Dalby Open on Sunday. Contributed

Stanthorpe swimmers bring home medals

Swimming: Stanthorpe swimmers have impressed at the Inglewood country meet and Dalby Open over the weekend taking home several medals.

In Inglewood on Saturday Aliesha Rogers took home 13years Age Champion, with PBs in 50 and 100m breaststroke, and 50m backstroke. Ella Wishart took home five gold medals and Age Champion for the 16 years girls with PBs in all five swims.

Katie-Lee and Darius Jansink also swam well, with both gaining bronze in 50m breaststroke.

Sunday in Dalby 12 swimmers braved the 42 degree heat for the annual open.

They gained nine gold, seven silver and two bronze medals.

Ben Armbruster took home the 16 years boys age champion with seven gold and a silver. Jessica Pradella's swims landed her with two gold and a silver with three PBs in six events.

Hannah McMeniman gained two silver and two bronze from five swims. William Kay took home two silver medals and nearly four seconds off 100m freestyle while Isaac Kay also placed second in 100m backstroke.

Ella McGlashan impressed making three PB's for the day. McGlashan took over six seconds off 100m breaststroke, 1.5 seconds off 50m breaststroke and 2.5 seconds off 100m backstroke.

Zoe Petrie had an amazing day, doing PB's in every swim. Petrie took off 1.6seconds in 50m butterfly, 1.5seconds off 50m breaststroke, 2.5 seconds off 50m freestyle, and eight seconds off 50m backstroke.

Brooke O'Brien took nearly three seconds off 100m freestyle while Elly Petrie did a six second PB in 100m freestyle as well as two other PB's from her seven swims.

Ashley and Isabella Jackson attended their first major meet with Isabella doing three massive PBs for her 25m events and Ashley making two PBs, the best, an eight second drop for 50m butterfly.

Isabel Kay also had a great day in the pool, swimming well in all events.

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