SWIM Bournemouth’s Callum McGregor and Amy Brown were named top male and female swimmers at their club’s Level 2 Spring Open Meet at Littledown.

Six of Brown’s seven medals were gold – in the 13yrs 50m freestyle, 100m and 200m backstroke, 200m breaststroke and 200m and 400m individual medley (IM).

McGregor won the 15 and over 100m, 200m and 400m freestyle.

Their wins contributed to a 160-medal haul for the host club, more than half of which were gold.

The meet attracted a record 400 swimmers from clubs as far afield as London and north Somerset.

Wycombe District from Buckinghamshire were named top visiting club.

Cody Collins was Swim Bournemouth’s most prolific medallist with 11 golds in the 9yrs age group.

He also led two Swim Bournemouth clean sweeps of the medals, winning the 50m backstroke from team-mates Andrei Raz and James Stevens and the 100m IM ahead of Raz and Elliot Ware.

Collins also won the 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle, 50m, 100m and 200m breaststroke, 100m and 200m backstroke and 50m butterfly.

Freddie Hodgetts was another multiple winner with eight golds in the 10yrs category.

He won the 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle, 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke, 50m fly and 100m IM.

The Workman brothers visited the top step of the podium 14 times between them with Jamie winning the 11yrs 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle and backstroke, 50m fly and 200m IM and Matthew the 13yrs 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle, 50m and 200m breaststroke and 200m IM.

Ellie Brown topped sister Amy’s gold tally with seven wins – in the 12yrs 50m and 100m freestyle, backstroke and butterfly and the 100m IM.

Drew McGregor was a four-time winner in the 14yrs 100m and 200m breaststroke and 200m and 400m IM.

Millie Sleeman won all three 11yrs butterfly golds, a tally matched by Polly Ghandour in the 9yrs breaststroke.

Harriet Fish won the 12yrs 200m and 400m freestyle and 200m fly and there were two golds each for Gabe Knight (12yrs 50m back and 100m IM), Minnie Barratt (10yrs 100m and 200m breast), Jayden Coombes (9yrs 100m back and 200m IM), Abby Manns (15/o 100m fly and 200m breast) and Arief McKenna (12yrs 50m and 100m free).

One gold apiece went to Amelia Reynolds, Lauren East, Jess Larner, Fran Gallimore, Ollie Crow, Finn Pardy and Ajay Coombes.

• Lottie James led Bournemouth Collegiate School’s medal charge at Littledown with six of the best.

She won the 15/o 50m and 100m freestyle, 50m and 100m breaststroke, 50m backstroke and 100m and 200m IM.

Kai Weeks achieved a golden hat-trick in the 14yrs 50m and 100m freestyle and 50m butterfly.

Just 0.02sec separated BCS’s Alexia van der Merwe and Ellie Choy as they won gold and silver in the 13yrs 50m breaststroke in 38.12 and 38.14 respectively. Van der Merwe also won the 100m breaststroke.

Three North Dorset clubs sampled life on the top step of the podium.

Blandford’s Stephen Quine won the 12yrs 400m freestyle with club-mate Amelia Chaffey taking the girls’ 200m free.

Clayesmore’s Freddie Beasley won the 10yrs 100m breaststroke while North Dorset Turbos’ Oliver Slade took the 11yrs 100m backstroke.

Sam Small won the 15/o 50m butterfly for Christchurch-based Seagulls.

• BCS’s 14-year-old Leo McCrea achieved a clean sweep of the seven 14-16yrs S6 events at the National Junior Para-Swim Champs in Southampton.

He won the 50m, 100m and 400m freestyle, 50m butterfly, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke and 200m IM and finished in the top six of the Multi-Disability Tables in each event.

BCS’s Commonwealth Games gold and silver medallist Alice Tai dropped into the pool where her competitive career began to meet many of the 100 swimmers.