Over Easter the squad of national agegroup swimmers from Stirling put in a superb performance at the Scottish National Agegroup in
Kayrine Kelly was the top performer from the club with a total of two silver medals in 200 Fly and 400IM and four bronze medals in 800 Free, 200 Free, 200IM and 1500 Free, with participation in another two finals in 100 Free (8th), 200 Back (4th)
Martin Cremin showed his strength in the long distance events by brining home bronze in all 3, 400 Free, 800 Free and 1500 Free
Claire Wilson qualified for the 100 and 200 backstroke finals, took bronze in the 200 distance and a 6th place in the 100m distance.
Stephanie Hanley qualified for the finals in the 100 and 200 back where she was placed 6th and 4th respectively.
Scott MacArthur qualified for the finals in the 200 breast where he took 5th place with a massive PB (this also placed Scott 2nd amongst the Scottish Swimmers)
Rosie Ogg qualified for the finals in 100 and 200 Free, where she came 7th and 4th respectively.
Nicole Govan qualified for the finals in 100 back where she took 5th place and just missed out on finals in the 100 Free and 100 Fly
Nikoline Laidlaw showed her distance freestyle has improved with massive PB’s across all events cumulating with a 5th place in 1500 freestyle.
Katie McKenna put in a good performance especially for the relay teams, and finished 8th in the 800 Freestyle.
Andrew Loudon also performed well in the distance freestyle events.
The girls relay teams performed well, with the 4*200 meter freestyle (Stephanie Hanley, Katie McKenna, Nicole Govan and Nikoline Laidlaw) coming 7th, the 4*100 meter freestyle (Stephanie Hanley, Nicole Govan, Nikoline Laidlaw and Katie McKenna) coming 9th and the 4*100m medley (Stephanie Hanley, Jennifer Rogerson, Nicole Govan and Katie McKenna) coming 8th. All with significantly improved times.