World record for Robinson

25 Jul 2018

Para-Swimmer Eleanor Robinson broke the Women’s S6 50m Butterfly World record on the second day of Summer Champs 2018.

The Northampton swimmer stopped the clock at 35.22, lowering the previous world best time by more than 0.2 of a second and finished with a points total of 1022.

Teammate and fellow S6 swimmer Maisie Summers-Newton finished claimed silver with a point’s total of 646.

Both Archie Goodburn and Cameron Williams lowered their respective British age group records for a second time in one day at the British Summer Championships.

Goodburn of Edinburgh-based Warrender Baths, returned to the Ponds Forge pool to lower the 17 years British age group to 28.04 after his impressive morning heats swim and collected the gold medal.

Williams claimed his second breaststroke gold medal of the meet, this time of 50 metres and in doing so again the Dartmoor Darts swimmer lowered the 14 years British age group record to 29.73.

Women’s 800m Free

Nova Centurion Polly Holden powered to victory in the final of the Women’s 800m Freestyle. She set a new lifetime best of 8:38.73 to claim her gold medal.

Maisie Macartney of Thanet Swim picked up the silver also in a personal best time of 8:48.86 and bronze went to Leah Crisp of the City of Leeds.

Women’s 100m Backstroke

Chloe Golding of the City of Manchester Aquatics club was first to the touch in the Women’s 19/Over years 100m Backstroke.

She was flanked on the podium by Ealing’s Ekaterina Avramova who claimed silver and bronze belonged to Plymouth Leander’s Laura Stephens with a PB of 1:02.40 to add to her gold on the opening day of competition

The 17/18 years final saw all three medallists post new best times. Gold went to Lily Boseley of the City of Sheffield in a time of 1:01.54, silver was claimed by Guildford’s Alicia Wilson, her time 1:01.73 and bronze to Lauren Cox of the City of Coventry in 1:01.99.

Medi Harris of Swim Gwynedd topped the podium in the 16 years age group, she was joined on the podium by Ceara barber of Wycombe District in silver and bronze to the fastest qualifier from the heat’s Rachel Anderson of Millfield School.

Honey Osrin was the victor in the 16 years final, the Plymouth Leander swimmer clinched gold in 1:03.36, a new personal best for her.

The silver medal will return with Caroline Lewitt to the Natare West London swimming club and bronze was taken by Ellie Turner of Carnegie.

Katie Shanahan was the victor in the 13/14 years age group, ahead of Emily Iley (Borough of Waltham Forest) with silver and Caitlin Ebbage (Tonbridge) with bronze.

Men’s 200m Butterfly

Aberdeen Performance swimmer Thomas Beeley put in a powerful swim to come out on top in the Men’s 200m Butterfly 19/Over age group final. His time at the touch was a new personal best of 1:59:09 for him.

Silver went to Loughborough National Centre swimmer Joe Litchfield and bronze to Thomas Paine of City of Manchester Aquatics.

Archie Goodburn of Warrneder Baths claimed his second medal of the day, gold again in the 17/18 years 200m Butterfly final and yet another lifetime best swim of 2:00.46.

Hillingdon’s Ben Hooper picked up the silver in a time of 2:01.37, also a personal best and bronze went to Sam Dailley of Mount Kelly.

Ellesmere College swimmer Charlie Hutchison was the victor in the 16 years age group final. Ewan Wilson of the City of Salford joined him on the podium to collect silver and Rhys Edwards of Swansea Aquatics club the bronze.

Northampton’s Edward Mildred claimed another 15 years title a time of 2:02.64, a personal best, claimed him the 200m Butterfly gold.

It was another PB that secured the win in the 13/14 years final for James Hart of Plymouth Leander.

Women’s MC 100m Backstroke

Alice Tai (S8) took the British Summer Championship title in the Women’s MC 100m Backstroke, she stopped the clock at 1:09.03 to amass a total of 1179 points. Manchester-based S12 swimmer Hannah Russel was second with 822 points and City of Norwich’s Jessica-Jane Applegate was third with 818 points.

Men’s MC 100m Backstroke

Rhys Davies (S14) of Pembrokeshire County claimed gold in the Men’s MC 100m Backstroke final, a time of 1:01.76 and 883 points.

The silver medal went to Sunderland-based Stephen Clegg (S12), his final score was 866 points and bronze was claimed by Jordan Catchpole (S14) who races for the City of Norwich, 850 points was his total.

Men’s MC 50m Butterrfly

City of Glasgow’s Andrew Mullen (S5) was the sole competitor in the Men’s MC 50m Butterfly, his time of 37.99 was just outside the British record and he finished with a points total of

To check full the results the day two finals session including the Women’s 50m Butterfly and the Men’s 50m Breaststroke finals click here.