Charlotte Blake scooped the top award in the Young Swimmer of the Year category after she impressed the judges with her dedication to swimming, in addition to her other duties at home.
A gold award also went to seven year-old Olivia Story, who was nominated for the Disability Swimmer of the Year award.
73 year-old Ian Sandison took the top prize in the Senior Swimmer of the Year category.
Marion Limbird from Gloucestershire was awarded the coveted Parent of the Year award, which was introduced for the very first time this year.
The Big Splash Family Swim Award was presented to the Thompson family from Leeds, West Yorkshire. The family were chosen as the winners by the panel due to the whole family’s long-term dedication to swimming.
The Fundraising Award was presented to Paul Bates, who has raised over £14,000 for Cancer Research and the British Heart Foundation as part of Big Ricks Channel Swim team.
The annual RLSS Lifesaver of the Year Award was won by 18 year-old James Johnson from Stowmarket, Suffolk.
SwimNE was awarded the Kellogg’s ASA Swimtastic Swim School of the Year Award.
Students from James Allen’s Girls’ Preparatory School in Dulwich, London, attended the event to collect the ESSA Dolphin Award.
Liam Hibbitts was chosen by the Swimtastic judges as the winner of the Top Teacher of the Year Award.