There were 36 events in total, covering a range of strokes and distances, from the 50m butterfly to the 1,500m freestyle, with swimmers as young as nine competing for the impressive Bridlington-themed medals.
The Junior and Senior Medley Relays (where teams of four swim 100m butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle) raised the roof, with supporters – both poolside and those attending in the crowded stands – enthusiastically encouraging their teams to win a share of the prize money.
A spokesman said: “Members of Bridlington Swimming Club did well all weekend, with a huge haul of medals, including the highly sought-after ‘speeding’ medal, which is awarded when swimmers exceed the official time limit for an event.
“A remarkable 96 ‘personal bests’ have been achieved by the young Bridlington swimmers, well deserved after weeks of training, led by volunteer coaches.
“Contrary to the concentration levels needed in the water, young swimmers on all teams enjoyed lighter moments throughout the weekend, dancing along to the DJ-led celebrations and making new friends.
“Visitors were able to purchase tickets for the well-stocked raffle and raffle, which included generous donations from these local businesses: Sewerby Old Forge, The Expanse Hotel, The Martonian Inn, Bridlington Escape Rooms, ProFruit, The Lobster Pot and Burton Agnes Hall. and Gardens.
“Local club volunteers worked alongside visiting club volunteer officials to ensure the meet ran smoothly and in accordance with the required rules and regulations, while East Riding Leisure staff provided resources, lifeguards and very important catering.
“The three-day encounter was a fantastic celebration of young talent, showing what can be achieved through teamwork, dedication and passion.”
Bridlington Swimming Club is open to new swimmers, aged 7 and over, who can swim 25m breaststroke, backstroke and freestyle.
For more information complete the trial form on the club website www.bridswimclub.co.uk