Swimmers from Forster Aquatic Swimming Club have continued to perform at a high level, with results pouring in from a number of meets.
Tallwoods' youngster Harrison Tancred made his presence felt at the NSW Junior State Age Championships in Sydney over the weekend, claiming two medals and achieving a number of personal best times.
Competing at Sydney Olympic Park against the best 11-year-old swimmers from around NSW, Harrison won silver in the boys' 50m breaststroke and bronze in the 100m breaststroke, setting new PBs in both races.
He then went on to place highly and set new PBs in the 50m and 100m freestyle and the 50m backstroke.
Joining him at the meet was talented Forster swimmer Eva Keen, who missed out on a podium finish but nonetheless finished inside the top 10 and set new PBs in the 11-year girls' 50m and 100m butterfly and 50m and 100m freestyle.
Continuing on his winning way at the NSW Short Course Championships in late August, Nash Wilkes won gold in the 17-18 year 100m and 200m breaststroke and also claimed silver in the open men's 50m breaststroke.
The results added to what had already been a remarkable few months for the Rainbow Flats' swimmer, who claimed two gold medals and set a new Australian record at the School Sports Australia Swimming Championships in Melbourne earlier in August.
He also won a swag of medals and set new records at both the NSW Country Swimming Championships in July and the NSW All Schools Secondary Swimming Championships in June.
Claire Van Kampen also found her way onto the podium at the NSW Short Course Championships, claiming bronze in the 17-18 year 200m backstroke.
She followed it up with top 10 placings in the 100m backstroke and the 200m individual medley and set new PBs in two of her four races.
The Manning Point swimmer was happy with her results considering she wasn't able to train as much as usual in the lead up to the meet due to her HSC trials.
With her HSC soon to be behind her, she was looking forward to training and competing at her full capacity in the future.
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