Hannah Randall lifted her first individual senior national title after an impressive score to win the Free Solo at the 2015 ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships.
The 18-year old went head-to-head with the winner of the Tech Solo, City of Bristol's Ilaria Brandimarte, with the two the standout performers in the Free routine.
"Ever since I’ve started synchro I seem to always have been second or third in the solo so it’s really nice to have finally reached that goal of winning," - Hannah Randall.
But it was Rushmoor's Randall who won the day, the England Talent swimmer scoring 71.6667 for her routine to Evanescence's My Immortal to finish ahead of Brandimate's 69.6000 for her performance to a remix of The Police's Roxanne.
“I’m very, very pleased,” said Randall, who scored 70.2000 for the same routine at December's National Age Group Championships.
“I’ve been working on that routine for a while now and I love doing solos. I’ve done them since I was 12. So I’m really happy to have won tonight.
“Ever since I’ve started synchro I seem to always have been second or third in the solo so it’s really nice to have finally reached that goal of winning.
“I performed the same routine at NAGs in December but I’ve made it a lot more difficult with faster movements and more movements in the routine.”
City of Bristol won the only team event of the day, scoring an impressive 73.2333 to claim the Free Combination title, although the England Talent team scored 78.0667 as an international entry.
Meanwhile, Brandimarte - who claimed three medals overall on the opening day - scored 62.8567 to take the Tech Solo title and Rushmoor's Jorja Brown scored highest in the Figures with 71.9459.