Mudgee Indoor had eight swimmers compete at the NSW Senior State Age Championships held at Sydney Olympic Park from December 12 to 16.
The club entered both a boys and girls relay team and had three competitors swimming in individual events.
"With the swimming season cut short at the start of the year due to COVID-19, some members missed out on competing for times for this State Age event and Nationals," Mudgee Indoor Swimming club president, Erin Constable said.
"The club was thrilled to be able to enter the teams into the event and give the kids as many opportunities to try and gain times for other upcoming events including Country Championships held in February and Nationals held in April 2021.
"The swimmers have been training hard with coach Mick O'Sullivan since then end of September to be the fittest they could be, ready to compete against clubs who have the facilities to train all year round."
Individual competitors, Nate Atkinson, Charlotte Wilson and Callum Wilson all competed strongly at the event over the five days.
Nate Atkinson competed in the 14 years boys 50 and 100m freestyle, 100 and 200m backstroke and 100m butterfly.
Charlotte Wilson, whom has been restricted with her training due to injury, competed in 13 years girls 50,100 and 200m freestyle, 100 and 200m backstroke and 100m butterfly.
Callum Wilson competed in the 15years boys 50m freestyle.
Both Nate and Charlotte achieved qualifying times for Nationals, Nate for the 50 and 100m freestyle, while Charlotte achieved times for 50 and 100m freestyle and 200m backstroke.
"The club is over the moon to have two swimmers already qualify for Nationals to be held in Queensland in April. All eyes are on young Edie Keightly in the upcoming months to see if she will achieve National time for breaststroke," Erin said.
Both the girls and boys relay teams qualified for Country Championships being held in February swimming at Sydney Olympic Park.
The competitors will resume training for upcoming carnivals held in Warren, Coonamble, Bathurst and Orange.
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