Imogen Kearins qualified for the Country Championships on Sunday with a speedy 400 metre freestyle

SUPER SWIMMERS: Will Jessiman, Phoebe Forrester, Libbi Constable, Edith Keightley, Mabel Keightley and Edward McGilvray represented the Mudgee Indoor Swimming Club on Sunday. PHOTO: Supplied

SUPER SWIMMERS: Will Jessiman, Phoebe Forrester, Libbi Constable, Edith Keightley, Mabel Keightley and Edward McGilvray represented the Mudgee Indoor Swimming Club on Sunday. PHOTO: Supplied

A group of 24 from the Mudgee Indoor Swimming Club competed at the Dubbo City Swimtech Carnival on Sunday with several racers achieving impressive feats.

Imogen Kearins stole the show with a perfect strike rate, placing in all 11 of her races, earning seven firsts, three seconds and a third.

Perhaps overshadowing her placings, Kearins qualified for the Country Championships with a swift 400 metre freestyle which clocked in at five 5:01.00.

Lily Jessiman and Nate Atkinson also got into the swim of things, achieving five firsts and two seconds between them.

Two of the younger swimmers in the group, William Jessiman and Mabel Keightley, showed bravery beyond their years, earning a combined two firsts and four seconds.

The following swimmers also attained placings on Sunday: Sammi Atkinson, Emily and Sophie Copps, Xanthe Forrester, Tom Kearins, Matilda Jessiman, Anthea Kearins, Edith Keightley, Chloe and Edward McGilvray and Charlotte Wilson.

Mudgee Indoor Swimming Club will hold its carnival on Sunday November 26.