Jazz Irani was on song at the Northern regional swimming championships in Launceston on Sunday.
In an impressive performance, the noted 12 year old Launceston Aquatic Club member claimed six individual gold medals in a clean sweep for events in her age group.
Her medals were for the girls’ 11-12 years 100-metre butterfly, 50m freestyle, 100m individual medley, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke and 100m freestyle. Four of her individual swims were in personal best times.
Events in this age group were the most hotly contested of any in the 100-event program, with 26 swimmers competing in the 100m freestyle race.
Scotch Oakburn student Irani also won two relay gold medals.
Some 140 swimmers entered the winter regional short-course titles.
Other swimmers also enjoyed outstanding success, with five individual golds going to Amy Muldoon, 14, of LAC; Tyler Alexander, 10, of South Esk (who both also won two relay golds); Jonathan Clarke, 15, (SE); and Jack Walton, 16, of Ulverstone.
Claiming an individual gold medal haul of four were: Bella Muldoon, 10, of LAC (plus two relay golds); Chelsea Savage, 15, of Riverside; Kit DeJonge, 20, of South Esk (with two relay golds); Hugh Dolle, 14, of South Esk (plus three relay golds); and Sophie Hills, 11, of South Esk.
Going home with three medals was Xavier Nesbit, 12, of South Esk, who also won two relay golds.
Other regional champions were: Sophie Henderson, 17, Burnie; Nicholas Plats, 18, Burnie; Mackenzie French, 15, LAC (two titles); Dawson Howell, 17, LAC (two titles); Emily Mitchell, 13, LAC; Jade Nichols, 15, LAC; Jordan Reitsema, 15, LAC; Adelaide Skipper, 15, LAC; Georgia Woods, 14, LAC; William Bonney, 17, RAC; Brooke Cairns, 18, RAC (two titles); Marcus Darko, 17, RAC (two titles); Myra Donnelly, 16, RAC (two titles); Kiaran Gillies, 17, RAC (two titles) Zane Hadley, 15, RAC; Morgen Hawkins, 21, SE; Abbie King, 10, SE; Billy King, 12, SE; Jonty Pretorious, 16, SE; Noah Wallis, 12, SE; Zane Zehntner, 12, SE; Murphy Knowles, 14, Ulverstone; and Jensen Walton, 13, Ulverstone.
The final medal tally saw South Esk with 42 gold, 32 silver and 23 bronze (total of 97); LAC with 32 gold, 23 silver and 28 bronze (83 total); Riverside (16 gold, 15 silver, 12 bronze, total 43); Ulverstone (7 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze, 12 total); and Burnie with two gold, 12 silver and five bronze (19).
South Esk had 53 swimmers entered; LAC 46; Riverside 25; Burnie 11; Ulverstone seven and Latrobe two.
South Esk came out on top in the relays too, with nine gold medals, followed by LAC with seven and Riverside two.