Records tumbled at the Tasmanian long-course swimming championships at Hobart Aquatic Centre.
South Esk's Sophie Hills, 14, broke state benchmarks in the multiclass S9 50m butterfly, and the 50m (33.67 seconds) and 100m freestyle (1:14.67).
Hobart Aquatic breaststroker Matilda Smith set a new state time for 16 year old girls in 50m (32.99); claimed Tasmanian open, 16 year old girls' and all-comer records in the 100m (1:10.73); and state and all-comer benchmarks for 16 year old girls in the 200m (2:32.22).
Other record breakers included: Sahansa Udawatta (HC), who set two new S13 multiclass records, in the 50m (34.14) and 100m freestyle (1:18.51); Lacy Kamprad (Hobart Aquatic) who broke the 13 years all-comer 50m breaststroke record twice (35.06 and then 34.92); and Hobart Aquatic's speed machine, Max Giuliani, who claimed a 17 years all-comer record in the 100m freestyle (51.11).
More than 240 swimmers from interstate plus Burnie, Cradle Coast, HC, Launceston Aquatic, Sandy Bay, South Esk, Hobart Aquatic and Ulverstone took part.