IAPS National Swimming Finals

Headington Prep girls took on the best young swimmers in the country, walking away with one individual bronze medal among a series of impressive results.

The atmosphere at the London Aquatic Centre was electric on Saturday 8th June as the U11 swim squad competed in the IAPS National Swimming Finals.

The best young swimmers came from across the country and the girls rose to the occasion, delivering remarkable performances and making their teachers supremely proud.

The Medley Relay team were first to race and, despite fierce competition, they swam with determination and precision, securing an impressive eighth place overall. Their teamwork and dedication was evident and they executed their strokes flawlessly, demonstrating both skill and spirit.

In the individual events, the swimmers showcased their individual talents and dedication. Emma gave a strong performance in the Breaststroke, finishing 14th with perseverance and a highly commendable technique. Isla delivered a standout performance in the Butterfly event. Her speed and agility in the water were remarkable, earning her a well-deserved third place finish. Her bronze medal is a testament to her hard work and passion for swimming.

The girls’ commitment to training and their performance on the day reflect their huge dedication, determination, grace and hard work. Competing at such a high level at a young age is an incredible achievement and will contribute to their growth as swimmers. Watch this space!

Congratulations to all the girls for their incredible efforts and superb sportsmanship.