On Day 3 of the Winter Games, over 200 young swimmers competed in the Norfolk School Games Yr 4-6 swimming finals. The event saw the top young swimmers from each of the eight School Sport Partnerships (SSP) battling it out to be crowned School Games champions.
The finals included the following events for boys and girls in Years 4, 5 & 6.
- 25m Backstroke
- 25m Breaststroke
- 25m Butterfly
- 25m Freestyle
- 4 x 25m medley relay (2 boys & 2 girls)
- 6 x 25m freestyle canon relay (1 boy & one girl from each year group)
You can download the full results from the gala.
You can also view a gallery of photos taken at the gala by clicking here.
Jon Osborne. School Games Organiser commented;
“We are really proud to have given thousands of pupils the opportunity to take part in their very first competitive swimming gala through the qualifying events held in each of the 8 SSP’s in Norfolk in the lead up to today’s finals. It was great to see the pupils who qualified for today’s county finals challenging themselves against other top swimmers from across the county. We hope that all of the pupils involved in the Norfolk School Games swimming events will now go on and join a community swimming club in order to develop their interest in swimming further”
If your child is interested in joining a local swimming club then visit the clubs page of our website.
The Norfolk School Games Winter Finals concludes tomorrow with pupils from Y1 to Y10 competing in a variety of sports including Key Steps Gymnastics, Sportshall Athletics and Indoor Rowing. You can keep up to date with all of the action by following us on social media. Simply search for “Norfolk School Games” on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.