On the second day of the Championships, Stockport Metro’s competitors were:
Tilly Holt (50 fr, 100 fly), Harrison Brown (100 fly), Amy West (100 fly, 200 br), Oliver Crosby (200 br), Bridie Franey (200 br), Rebecca Pearson (200 br), Joseph Deighan (1500 fr)


In the 100m fly, Harrison Brown swam a personal best of 1:02.30. Amy West qualified for the final in 10th in a time of 1:08.68.

In the men's 200m breaststroke, Oliver Crosby finished first, qualifying for the final, clocking a new personal best time of 2:25.12.

Amy West posted a PB of 2:46.74 to qualify in 4th position for the women's 12/13 years 200m breaststroke final, whilst Rebecca Pearson qualified 6th fastest in the 14 years category.

In the 1500m freestyle (heat declared winners), Joseph Deighan placed 6th overall in the 13/14 years age group in a personal best of 17:38.68.


In the 100m fly final, Amy placed 10th in 1:09.69.

Oliver swam a consecutive personal best in the 200m breaststroke to clinch gold for Metro in 2:22.93.

In the corresponding women's event, Amy also swam a second PB winning bronze in 2:42.80 in the 12/13 years final. Rebecca followed suit in the 14 years age category, taking bronze in a new personal best time of 2:45.49.


Oliver Crosby - 200m breaststroke - Gold
Amy West - 200m breaststroke - Bronze
Rebecca Pearson - 200m breaststroke - Bronze

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