Lewis and Rogers set records at BUCS Short course champs


Four further British athletes took a treble of individual BUCS titles across a highly competitive three days of racing; with Katie Shanahan (University of Stirling) locking out wins across the Women’s 100m, 200m and 400m Individual Medley events, Cameron Brooker (University of Bath) producing an outside lane victory in the Open 200m Freestyle prior to a 100m and 200m Backstroke double, and Archie Goodburn (University of Edinburgh) getting into the wall first in the Open 50m and 100m Breaststroke contests in addition to topping the 100m Individual Medley standings – each racing ahead of being part of the 35-strong British team heading to the European Short Course Swimming Championships in Bucharest next month.

Rio 2016 Paralympic silver medallist, Abby Kane (S13) rounding out the aforementioned list of treble winners – with Women’s MC 50m Freestyle, MC 100m Backstroke and MC 100m Breaststroke wins for the University of Stirling.

Elsewhere Lewis Fraser (Swansea University) accomplished the Open 50m and 100m Butterfly BUCS title brace, Keanna MacInnes (University of Stirling) and Josh Gammon (University of Bath) took respective 200m Butterfly victories, Lucy Grieve (University of Stirling) triumphed in the Women’s 100m Butterfly and Oliver Morgan (University of Birmingham) sprinted to the Open 50m Backstroke win.

Full event details including results and live stream can be found at www.bucs.org.uk.

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