Cumbernauld Autumn Graded Meet News Report

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The competitive swimming season began in earnest for our local swimmers as the Cumbernauld Swimming Club hosted its’ annual Autumn Graded Meet in the Tryst. This event marks the first competition since the swimmers returned to training after their summer break.

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discuss differin gel cost On Saturday the younger age groups took centre stage and the 10 year old boys led the charge. Ewan Stevenson struck Gold 3 times, winning the 50 metre and 200 metre Freestyle as well as the 50 metre Backcrawl. Teammate Euan Neilson made 5 trips to the podium, earning Gold in both the 100 metre Individual Medley and the 50 metre Butterfly along with Silvers in the 50 and 200 metre Freestyle and a Bronze in the 50 metre Backcrawl. Aaron Hunter joined in the celebrations with Bronze medals in both the 100 metre Individual Medley and 50 metre Breaststroke.

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discriminate zymar eye drops price In the 11 year old age group, Dylan McShane struck Gold in the 50 metre Butterfly while also powering his way to a Bronze in the 200 metre Freestyle. Andrew Brackenridge joined the medal hunt with a Silver in the 50 metre Breaststroke.

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anyone ever buy clomid online The final event of the day, a 6 member mixed relay, saw our youngsters finish in Bronze medal position.

The older children improved on the Saturday showing as they showed little mercy to their visitors.

Jonathan Timmons was in fine form in the 14 year old category, powering his way to 5 Gold medals (50 metre Breaststroke, 200 metre Freestyle, 100 metre Individual Medley, 50 metre Butterfly and Backcrawl) along with a Silver in the 50 metre Freestlye. Agemate Stepehn Rock grabbed a Silver in the 50 metre Breaststroke along with Bronze in both the 100 metre Individual Medley and 50 metre Backcrawl.
Hanna McSheffrey led the charge for the girls, with a Silver in the 50 metre Breaststroke and a pair of Bronze in the 200 metre Freestyle and 100 metre Invididual Medley. Emily Cairns also grabbed a Bronze in the 50 metre Backcrawl.

The 13 year old Boys were dominant throughout the day.

Sean Parker was in fine form, capturing Gold in the 100 metre Individual Medley, 200 metre Freestyle and 50 metre Butterfly, while also grabbing a Silver in the 50 metre Backcrawl and Bronze in both the 50 metre Freestyle and Breaststroke events! Jack Bath struck Gold in the 50 metre Breaststroke as well as Silver in both the 100 metre Individual Medley and 50 metre Freestyle events. Luke Johnson powered his way to Gold in the 50 metre Backcrawl while Jack Lewis grabbed a Silver in the 200 metre Freestyle.
The 13 year old Girls also had multiple medal winners. Alexandra Lang was in mid-season form as she struck Gold in both the 200 metre Freestyle and 50 metre Butterfly, while also earning a Silver in the 50 metre Backcrawl. Hanna Liddle had strong showings in both the 100 metre Individual Medley and 50 metre Breaststroke as she won Silver in both events.

12 year old Tristan Shepherd powered his way to a Gold in the 50 metre Butterfly while earning a brace of Silver in the 100 metre Individual Medley and the 50 metre Freestyle while Jamie Glen captured a Silver in the 50 metre Backcrawl and a Bronze in the 50 metre Breaststroke.

12 year old Ellie Hunter earned a hard fought Bronze in the 50 metre Butterfly.

The final event of the weekend was a mixed relay where 6 person teams battled for supremacy. The Cumbernauld A team powered past the opposition to earn the Gold, which is no surprise considering the team of Ellie Hunter, Alexandra Lang, Hannah McSheffrey, Jamie Glen, Luke Johnson and Jonathan Timmons had excelled throughout the weekend in individual events.

Well done swimmers. Hopefully you’ve started what will be a highly successful competitive year!!