ON WEDNESDAY, the Cannons hosted the first Distance Club Night for the season.
Swimmers had the opportunity to swim longer distances than normal.
The coaches were pleased to see senior swimmers taking up the challenge of swimming 400m IM or 400m, 800m or 1500m Freestyle.
Jacob Bell swam 1500m Freestyle in a time of 18.15.97. Millie Groom, Remy Hedges and Nelson Malady swam fantastic times in their 800m Freestyle.
Congratulations to Don Algie, Mae Carter-Attwood and Noah Maltby for swimming one of the toughest events of the night, 400m IM!
Well done to Don Algie, Jax Clayworth, Jack Ganter, Thomas Ganter, Noah Maltby and Matilda Nicholes for swimming super PBs in their 400m Freestyle.
Jack and Matilda took close to 60 sec off their previous best times.
Congratulations to all the swimmers who participated at Club Night on Wednesday!
Well done to all the swimmers who achieved PBs including: Eloise Chegwidden, Zane Clayworth, Bonnie Crichton, Miller Eaves, Liam Filewood, Thomas Ganter, Millie Groom, Lucas Korosec, Abi Maher, Owen Maher, Nelson Malady, Isaac Pisaniello, Trace Quick, Addie Sanders and Levi Smith.
The Cannons commended Jack Ganter for taking out the Swim of the Night award for his 100m Freestyle.
Upgrade certificates were presented to Isaac Pisaniello, Mae Carter-Attwood, Noah Maltby and Harry Chegwidden.
Congratulations to Bonnie Crichton for winning the Chocolate Award for the biggest PB.
The Cannons also presented Jy Parkinson with four new Club Record Certificates (two for 100m Freestyle, 1 x 200m Butterfly and 1 x 50m Butterfly).
On Sunday, Cannonvale Cannons who were 9 years and older thoroughly enjoyed participating in the Swimnastics workshop, facilitated by Kirsten Norden.
This was an awesome opportunity for local swimmers to participate in a swimming-specific athletic development without having to travel to Brisbane.
A big thank you to Kirsten Norden, Swimnastics and Swimming Queensland.