Swim club brings home title

THERE was a lot that this coach was proud of.

Shane Kingston of Rocky City Swimming Club returned home with his team of 17 swimmers from state titles with nearly 10 medals and the title of the Country Club Champions.

The five-day championships were battled out by the best swimmers in Queensland and Rocky City was a club that stood out against the rest.

Liam Rayfield took out three individual medals, gold in the under-14 400m individual medley, silver in 200m backstroke and bronze in 100m breaststroke, and helped his team claim two medals in relays.

Jarred O’Hanlon claimed gold in the 100m breaststroke; Todd Russel claimed bronze in the 200 butterfly and Matthew White took bronze in 100m freestyle.

“I am impressed with the team. They swam quite well and couple of performances showed a lot of promise,” he said.



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