The Long Course swimming Championships have been hailed as a huge success. More than 200 swimmers took part in the competition, which was organised by Fiji Swimming.

Swimmers aged between 10 and 17 years and over competed in the event, setting a number of personal bests and breaking records. Athletes from Fiji, Vanuatu, Tonga and Australia took this championship as a build up to the up-coming Pacific Pacific Games in Samoa.

Dolphins Swimming Club won the womens division with 38 Gold, 19 silver and 13 bronze.

Barracuda Swimming Club came second while Malolo from Tonga was placed third.

Barracuda took out the men division with 27 gold, 38 silver and 21 bronze.

Marlin Bluez Swim Team was in second place with Babale coming in third.

There were 13 Open Record and 56 National Records records broken in the three day championship.

Fiji Swimming will now turn its focus on the short course championship which will be held in August.

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