Abingdon Vale Swimming Club enjoyed a successful county championships breaking seven club records during the four-weekend long event.
AVSC boasted more than 60 swimmers competing in the Oxford and North Bucks County Championships.
Between them, they achieved 132 top eight placings, delivered 223 personal bests, and gained 50 regional qualifying times.
Head coach Amanda Ford said: “Our results this year have been achieved due to our emphasis on process goals. As well as coaching swimming, we teach swimmers the value of hard work, consistency of skills focus and team spirit.
“This recent success is due to the hard work of our coaches, the support of our committee and our swimmers, and the commitment of our parent helpers who get stuck in when needed with enthusiasm.
“It’s great to se all these things coming together so well.”
Stand out performances came from Bethan Lillistone, 11, who picked up four silver and one bronze medal, and Natalia Druett, 15, who won six age group medals.
Natalia also finished first in the Junior and second in the Open Championships for 100 metre breaststroke.
Lottie James, 14, won a total of 11 age group medals, including six golds, while Joseph Bradshaw, 20, finished second in the 50m freestyle Open Championship.