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Otter swimmers set double records on final day of British Masters

16th June 2013

Otter squad set double British records on final day of the British Gas Masters and Senior Age Group Championships 2013.

The Otter squad of Ben Thomas, David Warren, Sarah Westwood andGina Hobson set a new British record in the 200m medley touching home in 1:57.85 for the 120+ age group category.

Team mate David Warren secured a British record in the mens 200m freestyle in a time of 2:02.67 for his age group, 40/44 years.

Spencer swimmer Andrew Chamberlain adds to the clubs record tally in the mens 800m freestyle finishing in a time of 9:03.31 to secure a British record for the 40/44 age group.

Swimmers from Warwick University set a British record in the mens/womens 400m medley.Charlie Middleton,, Andy Reay, Robyn Le Friec andRuth Leong-Scanlan finish in 4:20.96 for the 72+ age group category.

Two more British records were set in the womens 50m backstroke by Spencer swimmer Diane Ford and Long Eaton’s Helen Gorman. Ford touched to finish in 44.77 (70/74 age group). Gorman claimed her record in a time of 35.59 (40/44 age group).

Three British records were set in the mens 50m backstroke, including one from Jersey swimmerJohn Liron for the 65/69 age group category finishing in a time of 36.47.

Gorman (Long Eaton) came storming back to set her second British record of the day in the womens 200m IM touching home in 2:33.23 for the 40/44 age group.

Michael Hodgson claimed the last record of the day taking home a British record in the mens 200m IM in a time of 2:21.40 (45/49 age group).

For full results from the final day, click here

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