Eighteen Fins’ swimmers were in action last Sunday at the Michael Woods centre, Glenrothes, where they competed, very successfully, in the Fife Regional Time Trials. The swimmers competed in fifty-five swims where they recoded thirty-nine PBs and achieved 19 – 1st, 8 – 2nd, 6 – 3rd, and a further 14 – top six placings. The swimmers competed in the 100m four individual strokes plus a 200m individual medley, plus the addition, from last weekend, of a 100m individual medley and a 200m and 400m freestyle. Four of the swimmers from last weekend were only eligible to compete in the additional events.

Fins’ top swimmer was 15 year old Mark Scott who had three wins, all PBs, but his 200m Freestyle time of 1min. 58.81 seconds was exceptional and was almost four seconds ahead of the second place swimmer. Mark also won the 100m individual medley and the 400m Freestyle where he recorded one of the largest PBs, reducing his previous time by 20.39 seconds.

Last Sunday wasn’t just PBs in double figures, there were four PBs in excess of 20 seconds with the most improved swimmer being Sophie Young, 13 girls, who reduced her 100m individual medley by 27.35 seconds. The other two PBs over 20 seconds came from Steven Pate, 14 boys, who reduced his 200m freestyle by 25.23 seconds, and Grace Wilson, 14 girls, who reduced her 100m freestyle by 24.33 seconds.

In addition to Mark, the individual results were:

Blair Wardlaw, 17 boys, – six wins in the butterfly, 200m freestyle, 100m and 200m individual medley, breaststroke and 100m freestyle.

Kimberley McCabe, 18/0 girls, – five wins in the 200m individual medley, backstroke, breast stroke and the 100m and 400m freestyle.

Erin Taylor, 16 girls, – three wins in the 100m individual medley and the 200m and 400m freestyle.

Heidi Mellon, 14 girls, 1st – breaststroke and 3rd in both the 100m freestyle and backstroke.

Ben Lewis, 17 boys, 1st – 100m individual medley

Grace Wilson, 14 girls, 2nd in both the 100m freestyle and backstroke; 4th – 200m freestyle.

Campbell Rae, 13 boys, 2nd in both the backstroke and breaststroke; 4th – 100m freestyle.

Ailsa Burns, 16 girls, 2nd – breaststroke; 4th in both the 100m and 200m freestyle.

Steven Pate,14 boys, 2nd – 100m individual medley; 4th – 200m freestyle.

Sophie Young, 2nd – 200m individual medley

Charlotte Wardlaw, 13 girls, 2nd – breaststroke.

Ellen McLaughlin, 14 girls, 3rd – 200m individual medley, 200m freestyle, and breaststroke; 4th – butterfly; 5th – 400m freestyle; 6th – backstroke

Abby Morris, 13 girls, 3rd – 100m individual medley

Callan McComiskie, 13 boys, 4th – breaststroke; 5th – 100m freestyle

Medeea Miriam, 12 girls, 3rd – 100m individual medley

Grant Wardlaw, 15 boys, 5th in both the backstroke and 100m freestyle.

Just missing out on a top 6 finish was Sarah Reid, 13 girls, who was 7th in the breaststroke.