Narrogin swimmers shine with medals and plenty of personal bests at Mandurah Long Course Open

taj stubberNarrogin Observer
Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club members.
Camera IconNarrogin Amateur Swimming Club members.

Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club shone at the Mandurah Long Course Open, held earlier this month.

Three swimmers were able to walk away with medals, while several club representatives achieved personal best times at the event on November 15.

Joshua White again achieved two personal bests and won two gold medals, with a brilliant freestyle swim.

Joshua White won two golds.
Camera IconJoshua White won two golds.

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Morgane Collette won two bronze medals and had two personal bests after impressing in her backstroke swim.

Jaxon Smith swam his first 100m freestyle and he smashed five of his personal bests.

Morgane Collette won two bronze.
Camera IconMorgane Collette won two bronze.

Charleah White had an amazing swim in her 100m freestyle, scoring a huge personal best time and was really strong in the rest of her swims across the competition.

Luca Collette collected a bronze and recorded three personal bests to round out a strong carnival for the Narrogin team.

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