CARADON Swimming Club’s Helen Kula-Przezwanski continued her impressive year by claiming two more British records and five gold medals at the Gloucester Masters short course competition.
European aquathlon champion Kula-Przezwanski, who competes in the 60-64 age category, claimed her latest records in the 100m IM and 100m backstroke events.
She also won the 50m backstroke, 100m freestyle in a new meet record and the 50m freestyle.
Also competing at the meet were fellow Caradon masters swimmers Sam Crosby and Susan Smith.
Crosby returned with medals and a personal best. She won silver in the 100m individual medley thanks to a strong finish in the freestyle. She also picked up a bronze in the 100m butterfly, swam a new personal best in the 100m freestyle and just missed out on a medal in the 50m butterfly by a few tenths of a second.
Smith was also in fine form and picked up two medals. She won silver in the 50m breaststroke and bronze in the 50m freestyle. She also came fourth in the 100m freestyle, despite being hampered by her goggles coming lose and filling up.