More medals for WA on day two of the Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships

12 January 2018
Jake Smith accepting a gold medalOur WA team continues to do us proud at the Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships in Adelaide, bringing home another bag of medals on day two!

Jake Smith continued to add to his personal medal tally with another two golds, in the Men’s Open 100m Manikin Carry (in which he also claimed a new meet record!) and the Men’s Open 100m Medley. He was also part of our silver medal winning team in the Open Men’s Manikin Relay along with Lachlan Meldrum, Adam Moore and Josh Windsor.Chalice Pratt receiving a silver medal

Maddi Howe added to her medal tally with gold in the Women’s Under 19 100m Manikin Carry, while Harrison Hynes claimed gold in the under 16 Men’s 100m Manikin Carry ahead of team member TJ Chong Sue who took silver in the event. Chalise Pratt grabbed silver in the Women’s Under 16 100m Manikin Carry.

Adam Moore and Jake Smith by the pool in AdelaideHarrison, TJ and Chalise were back on the dais again, along with Dayna Tindall after taking our silver in the Mixed Under 16 100m Medley Relay, and there was another medal added to yesterday’s tally with Harrison Hynes confirmed to have claimed bronze in the Under 16 Men’s 100m Manikin Tow.

All in all it’s been an amazingly successful event for our small West Aussie team, who are punching well above their weight on the medal tally and we look forward to more exciting events to close out the competition on day three tomorrow!