Jessica and Kenzie lead COPS gold rush with five wins each

Jessica Mahoney and Kenzie Whyatt were the stars of the show for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) when they hosted their annual Spring Open at the Regional Pool.

Thursday, 12th May 2016, 9:44 am
Updated Thursday, 12th May 2016, 10:47 am
Jessica Mahoney won five gold medals.

They both claimed a fabulous five gold medals as the city club dominated proceedings against swimmers from all over the Eastern region.

In total COPS won 180 medals comprising 68 gold, 52 silver and 60 bronze.

Top COPS swimmer was Mahoney (10), who struck gold in the 50m and 100m fly, 200m free, and the 200m and 400m individual medley. She also won seven silver medals and a bronze.

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Whyatt (14) took gold in the 50m back, breaststroke and free, and the 100m breaststroke and 200m back. She also claimed two silvers and two bronze medals.

Six COPS swimmers won four gold medals. They were Michael Lardner (16) plus three silvers and a bronze; Matthew Rothwell (13) plus two silvers and a bronze; Mia Karagholi (9) plus two silvers; Sophie Crowther (13) plus one silver and two bronze; James Rothwell (11) plus three bronze; and Matthew Gray (16).

Five swimmers took three gold medals. They were Bert Papworth (10) plus three silvers and four bronze; Will Steel (14) plus two silvers; Mia Leech (13) plus one silver; Alina Weber (17) plus one silver; and Jade Goode (13).

Double gold medal winners were George Whiteman (11) plus six silvers and two bronze; Holly Jaszkiewicz (14) plus two silvers; and Holly Graves (11) plus two bronze.

COPS other gold medallists were Matthew Wouldham (15) plus three silvers and three bronze; Harriet Salisbury (11) plus three silvers and one bronze; Matthew Newson (13) plus two silvers and five bronze; Henry Pearce (13) plus two silvers and one bronze; Matthew Cussell (14) plus one silver and six bronze; Madeline Todd (11) plus one silver and two bronze; Stella Blakeley (11) plus one silver; Lee Clarke (17) plus one bronze; Ella McGhie (12) plus one bronze; Herbie Kinder (13); Poppy Leech (15); Amelia Monaghan; and Amy Paget.

Other COPS medal winners were: Chloe Pratt (17) silver and four bronze; Joshua Martin (10) silver and two bronze; Connor Walker (12) silver and three bronze; Kieran Griffin (9) silver and bronze; Lauren Browne (12) silver; Safford Hewitt-White (9) silver; Fabian Brudnicki (12) silver; Sophie Griffin (12) bronze; Olivia Bearman-Skipworth (10) bronze; Laura Fehrenbach (10) bronze; Cameron Fisher (12) bronze; Charlotte Martin (13) bronze; Jamie Peacock (9) bronze; Stan Scarborough (9) bronze; Joshua Spencer (11) bronze; Mia Turvey (9) bronze; Harry Whiteman (15) bronze.

Also competing for COPS were: Lilly Borgognoni (12), Jack Brown (13), Oliver Brown (13), Briony Burmby (12), Eleanor Byrne (10), Georgie Chappell (13), Joel Coulson (11), Lucie Creedon (10), Julia Davis (10), Lewis Flower (11), Sophie Galjaard (12), Mark Goodes (11), Lili Griffiths (12), Nia Griffiths (13), Panche Gurev-Markovachev (10), Erivan Hamid (11), Ruby Hunnybun (10), Isabel Islett (11), Hannah Jakeman 12), Daniel Kalish (10), Kirsten Loutit (11), Kate McLoughlin (12), Daniel Moyses (9), Yasir Naimi (15), Ella Normington (10), Bethany Pratt (14), Charlotte Restaino (13), Poppy Slater (10), Josh Smith (10), Katie Tasker (13), Jemima Tuffnell (10), Kieran Underwood (10), Isobel York-Forward (11).