GRIFFITH Swimming Club members recently travelled to West Wyalong to take part in the NSW Country Regional Meet.
The meet sees swimmers travel from all around country NSW and took place over the Australia Day weekend.
The local contingent showed some strong form over the weekend with a number of medals and personal bests being achieved.
In the boys, Doug Arthur had a great week, bagging one gold, three silver medals and three personal bests. Joshua Golden also had a successful time of it with six silvers and one bronze medal, including two personal bests.
Adam Wylie picked up three silver medals and two personal bests in a solid meet for him. Corey Myott performed well against tough opposition and managed a bronze medal and two personal bests.
Noah Negus took home one silver and two bronze medals, including two personal bests. James Tilston swam well and while he was not successful in gaining a medal, he did manage to shatter a couple of personal bests.
The female members of the club all had solid results, with the club's youngest member Annabelle Arthur again picking up a bronze medal and three personal bests.
Maddison Casey had an amazing meet with six golds and one silver medal, on top of four new personal best times a fantastic result for one of the club's newer members.
Isabelle Wood also had a fabulous weekend picking up one gold, two silvers and two bronze medals, along with four personal bests.
Another solid meet was had by Erin Golden, who broke a couple of personal bests, while Mea Riley and Brooke Myott also swam well over the course of the tournament.
In a fantastic effort, Sara Negus grabbed two silver medals and two personal bests, Jessica Power nabbed one bronze medal and a personal best, and Makita Power raked in the medals by winning two gold and two bronzes to go with three personal bests.
Niamh Wood continued her good form and picked up one silver and two personal bests, and finally Brooke Tilston had a tidy meet with three silver medals and three personal bests.
A highlight of the weekend was a appearance by two-time Olympic swimmer Mark Tonelli, who not only opened the meet but also presented medals to a number of swimmers, including a couple from Griffith.