Members of the South Lincs Competitive Swimming Club brought home 15 medals from their first meet of the season, crossing paths with double gold Olympic medallist Rebecca Adlington on the way.
Nine swimmers from the club took part in the Robin Hood Open Meet Long Course Level One at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge International Sports Centre earlier this month.
l Will Swain, 14, who achieved gold in the 100 freestyle
l Luke Elliott, 15, who took five silvers (400 freestyle, 200 fly and 200 back, 100 fly, 100 back) and a bronze in 200IM.
l Tom Mitchell, 16, who won silver in 200 and 100 backstroke.
l Matthew Gray, 14, who tool silver in 200 backstroke and bronze in 50 backstroke.
l Alan Sumpton, 15, who achieved bronze in 50 breaststroke and 50 fly.
l Emily McCann, 12, who won bronze in her 50 breaststroke and 50 free.
Surprise guest on the weekend was swimming star Rebecca Adlington.
Rebecca McKenzie, Alice Gowing and Emily McCann are pictured with the four-time Olympic medal-winner (near right).
Also pictured (far right) are Luke Elliott, Will Swain, head coach Callum Lawson, Tom Mitchell, Matthew Gray, Alice Gowing, Emily McCann, Rebecca McKenzie and Gemma Baker.
Missing in the photo from the group of nine is Alan Sumpton.