STAWELL - Stawell swimmers put their skills to the test as they competed for the Wimmera.
The group of 12 Stawell swimmers represented the Wimmera at the Country Interdistrict swimming championships.
It is a big stage with swimmers from all across the state.
The Stawell swimmers did exceptionally well competing at such high level and their Stingrays coach, Ben Hughes couldn't have been more impressed.
"It's a great experience for our swimmers to see who they would have to compete against if they wanted to progress their swimming and compete at higher level swimming meets." Ben said.
All of the Stawell swimmers competed in relays for the district with Jack Simmons, Harley Healy, Madix Perry, Kyle Digan, Jayden Dignan, Jordan Austin and Taylah Honeyman all competing in individual events.
Stawell Stingrays also attended the St Arnard Swimming meet.
All Stawell swimmers competed strongly with Jayden, Bailey and Kyle Dignan outstanding performers.
Jack Simmons also swam well placing in all his six events, winning the 12-13 100m freestyle.
Andreas Stoffel showed his potential winning the open 100 metres breaststroke producing a five second personal best time.
Annalise Spark is showing great signs of improvement with three thirds for the meet as are first year swimmers India Warren and Mekaylah Kuchel.