Rebecca Sutton capped off her remarkable 2015 British Swimming Championships campaign by claiming her fourth and fifth golds on the final day at London Aquatics Centre.
The 14-year old Bridgend swimmer set PBs to win both the 400m Individual Medley and 200m Freestyle titles in the 13/14 Yrs Age Group, adding to her 100m Free, 200m IM and 400m Free golds from earlier in the meet.
Sutton, who set a British 13 Yrs Age Group record for the 400m Individual Medley earlier this season, sliced more than eight seconds off her PB over heats and finals to win the 400m IM title in 4:51.58 before waiting until the last event of the night to take the 200m Free in 2:05.00.
Millfield’s Brodie Wiliams wasn’t far from matching Sutton as he aimed for his fifth gold in the 15/16 Yrs 200m Freestyle final.
The 16-year old did put in a PB 1:53.34 in the final but found only one swimmer to quick on the night as Thanet’s Jamie O’Connor became the second fastest English 15-year old in history with his PB 1:52.58 effort.
In the 17/18 Yrs age group, Millfield’s Cameron Kurle and Bo Kirklees swimmer Kyle Chisholm both broke 1:50 for the first time to claim the top two podium spots in 1:49.54 and 1:49.90.
Chisholm also set a PB 54.97 for 17/18 Yrs 100m Butterfly silver behind Cockermouth’s Luke Greenbank’s PB 54.92 while Northampton’s Daniel Savage became only the third British 14-year old to duck under 57 seconds as he took the 15/16 Yrs title in 56.93.
City of Leeds’ Sophie Hobbah also put in a noteworthy performance to win the 14/15 Yrs 200m Backstroke, becoming the third fastest British 13-year old of all time as she shaved five seconds off her PB to win in 2:15.74.
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