K2 Crawley — 22/23 January 2022
A group of Spencer swimmers braved the first competition of the year, facing down K2 Crawley for the South East Regional long course Masters champs.
Despite losing our long course training pool last year at Crystal Palace, there were some amazing performances. We brought home nearly 40 medals and the incredible Amanda Heath marked her move into the 65/69 age group by smashing British and World records.
We were pleased to be joined by some of our ‘out of towners’ including Peter who traveled from Cornwall.
Other highlights included a gold in the men’s 240+ 4x50m Free relay and a nail-biting finish in the women’s 72+ 4x50m IM relay to pip Tunbridge Wells to the win.
800 free: Peter Stephens
50 back: Guy Emerson, Godfrey Admans
Men’s 4×50 free relay 240+
100 breast: Esther Iseppi, Amanda Heath (British Record), Diane Ford
200 IM: Amanda Heath (European Record), Esther Iseppi
100 back: Helen Cumber, Godfrey, Guy Emerson
50 breast: Amanda Heath (British Record), Rebecca Pritchard, Diane Ford, Esther Iseppi
200 fly: Abba Newbery, Esther Iseppi
100 free: Abba Newbery, Diane Ford, Guy Emerson
200 breast: Esther Iseppi, Amanda Heath (World Record)
200 back: Helen Cumber, Amanda Heath
4×50 women’s 4x 50 IM relay
50 fly: Oli Lungley
400 free: Peter Stephens
400 free: Sue Lauder
50 breast: Oli Lungley
50 free: Oli Lungley, Godfrey, Peter Stephens
100 free: Oli Lungley
100 fly: Abba Newbery
800 Free: Sue Lauder
200 free: Sue Lauder
50 free: Helen Cumber, Abba Newbery, Guy Emerson