Men’s 100m Freestyle
City of Sheffield’s Elliot Clogg won the Junior final of the 100m Freestyle in 51.05, closely followed by Lewis Clough of City of Salford and Jarvis Parkinson of Doncaster Dartes, with just 0.4 separating the three young athletes.
Another close race followed in the Target Toyko final, with Miles Munro of Bath University taking the glory after showing his strength right from the start. He was followed by Craig McLean and City of Derby’s Bradley Lynch, with Millfield’s Cameron Kurle missing out on the podium by just one hundredth of a second.
Women’s 200m Butterfly
City of Leeds’ Ciara Schlosshan took victory in the 200m Butterfly Junior final in 2:13.28, with Lauren Hodgson of Newcastle and Loughborough University’s Abbie Wood hot on Schlosshan’s heels to take silver and bronze respectively.
The Target Tokyo final of the 200m Butterfly was won by outsider smoker Isobel Grant of City of Sheffield in lane one, with a well-paced climb up the field as the race progressed. Grant was eighth at the first turn, third coming into the final 50m and took the win with an excellent back end. Tazmin Pugh of Ellesmere College finished second, with Harriet Jones of City of Cardiff completing the podium trio.
Men’s 400m IM
Hatfield’s Nathan Hughes continued his successful week, dominating the Junior final of the 400m Individual Medley to take the victory almost six seconds ahead of his nearest rival in a time of 4:25.86, with Maidenhead’s Thomas Dean and Luke Robins of Millfield finishing in second and third respectively.
Doncaster Dartes’ Joe Litchfield took victory in the Target Tokyo final in a close-fought race, coming in to touch in a time of 4:23.22. Brodie Williams of Millfield managed to just edge out Jacob Greenow of Taunton Deane for second place.
Women’s 50m Freestyle
In the Junior final of the 50m Freestyle it was Freya Anderson of Ellesmere College who took the first place and Darcy Deakin of City of Sheffield took second place with Emma England of Plymouth Leander securing third.
Lucy Hope of Edinburgh University won the Target Tokyo final of the 50m Freestyle in a speedy 25.83, just ahead of Katie Latham and Anna Pang who joined her on the podium.