Pictured: Rylee Smith with head coach Wanda Drew at the short course championships
Redcliffe Leagues Swimming Club’s small team had big successes at the Brisbane Short Course Championships.
Rylee Smith competed in seven events at the senior titles last weekend, swimming a personal best in each and dropping a collective 17 seconds.
At Brisbane Aquatic Centre she won the 13 Years Girls’ 200m freestyle and 100m individual medley champion and runner-up in the 400m freestyle and 200m backstroke.
Smith was also a close fourth in the 100m backstroke and 800m freestyle. She placed 11th in the 100m freestyle.
Club colleague Elissa Chapman was in three events at the junior championships, held a week earlier, also swimming pbs in each - making it 10 from 10 for the club - and dropping a total of 12 seconds.
In the 8 Years Girls races she was 14th in 50m backstroke, 15th at 50m freestyle and 17th in the 50m breaststroke.
Redcliffe Leagues’ SC entries were down due to a number of swimmers currently being injured.
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