BRIDPORT Barracudas have had a roaring success at their club championships, with club records broken and 252 personal bests achieved.

Terry-Jane Hare broke numerous records, including: 10 years’ girls’ 20 metres backstroke, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 200m fly and 200m intermediate.

Faith Pirus claimed the girls’ nine years’ 100m breaststroke, while Kian Vercoe broke the boys’ nine years’ 100m freestyle as well as the 100m IM and 100m breaststroke.

Kitty Curtis broke the record in the girls’ eight years’ 100m IM and 100m backstroke categories, while Efi Fraser claimed the girls’ seven years’ 50m breaststroke.

Finally, Sebastian Marks took the record for the seven years’ 50m breaststroke and Holly Symes claimed the nine years’ 400m freestyle.

The club said: “Well done to everyone who took part and thank you to all of the volunteers who helped.

Bridport Barracudas Swimming Club is completely run by volunteers doing all sorts of jobs and we couldn’t do any of it without them! Back to training now.”

The club were also able to see success in the West Dorset Open Meet in Dorchester, where Hare claimed a silver in the 200m backstroke (10 years) and bronze in 100m butterfly (10 years), while Dan Batorski earned bronzes in the 50m backstroke and the 50m freestyle (both 13 years).