The club returned home with four gold medals, five silvers and six bronzes. They were also runner-up overall in the team competition, finishing just one point behind winners Truro.
Their gold medal winning teams were the boys’ 9-10 years’ 200m freestyle (Jayden Honey, Ciaran Lockie, Will Frith, Thomas Rickards), the girls’ 11-12 years’ 200m freestyle (Kate Mugleston, Katie Daniel, Madison Honey and Isabella Schlussas), the girls’ 16 and over 400m medley relay (Isobel Aspen, Lily McGowan, Aegean Bramley and Hannah Kett) and the 16 and over girls’ 800m freestyle quartet (Isobel Aspen, Bryluen Cowling, Lily McGowan and Aegean Bramley).
Their silver medals came from their girls’ 9-10 years’ 200m medley team (Mia Taylor, Lucy Atkin, Megan Daniel and Lily Couch), the boys’ 9-10 200m medley (Jayden Honey, Ciaran Lockie, Will Frith, Thomas Rickards), the girls’ 11-12 200m medley (Lyla King, Kate Mugleston, Isabella Schlussas, Katie Daniel), the girls’ 9-10 years’ 200m freestyle (Mia Taylor, Lucy Atkin, Lily Couch and Megan Daniel) and the girls’ 15 and under 400m medley relay (Isabella Schlussas, Kate Mugleston, Mollie Atkin and Bryluen Cowling).
Caradon’s bronze medals came from the girls’ 15 and under 400m freestyle team (Isabella Schlussas, Mollie Aktin, Katie Daniel and Bryluen Cowling), the girls’ 13-14 medley relay (Morenwyn Cowling, Erynn Hearnded, Mollie Atkin and Connie Frith), the boys’ 13-14 200m medley relay (Oscar Clark, Theo Marshall, Arjun Shrestha and Kieran Woodhouse), the mixed 13 and over 400m medley quartet (Aegean Bramley, Lily McGowan, Oliver Naylor and Kieran Woodhouse), the boys’ 13-14 200m freestyle (Oscar Clark, Theo Marshall, Arjun Shrestha and Kieran Woodhouse) and the mixed 13 and over 400m freestyle team (Oliver Naylor, Isobel Aspen, Aegean Bramley and Kieran Woodhouse).