IT was a Christmas extravaganza for the Keighley contingent of City of Bradford swimmers, with four of them winning medals at The York City Baths Club Winter Extravaganza Meet.

The event was held at the John Charles Centre for Sport in Leeds, and saw City’s swimmers win a host of medals, and achieve two new club records.

The standout Keighley performer was undoubtedly young Ciara O'Carroll, who won a gold medal and three silvers.

She even picked up a couple of speeding tickets, which fortunately are a lot more welcome in the pool than they are on the roads.

Her sister Orlaith did a pretty good job herself, coming away with a silver medal and three bronzes.

Quinn Austin Kelly was another Keighley swimmer in good form, with three silvers and two bronzes.

And the fourth Keighley star to get on the podium was Gabriel Medd, who achieved one third-place finish.

In total, City of Bradford had an incredible haul of 15 golds, 22 silvers and 12 bronzes from the Leeds event.

A breakdown can be found below:

Gold: Freddy Dean (4), Harry Schmidt (3), Rebecca Dunn (2), Evelyn Gledhill (2), Robbie Ambler (1), Sophia Gledhill (1), Alex Dunn (1) and Ciara O’Carroll (1).

Silver: Sophia Gledhill (5), Quinn Austin Kelly (3), Evelyn Gledhill (2), Robbie Ambler (2), sisters Ciara (3) and Orlaith O’Carroll (1), sisters Alex (2) and Rebecca Dunn (1), Gina Warrior (1), Harry Schmidt (1) and Laura Temple (1).

Bronze: Orlaith O’Carroll (3), Laura Temple (2), Sophia Gledhill (2), Quinn Austin Kelly (2), Jasmine Shay (1), Gina Warrior (1), and Gabriel Medd (1).

O’Carroll was not the only swimmer to get a speeding ticket either, with Robbie Ambler picking up one of his own.

As an added bonus, Alex Dunn broke the Open and 13/14 years club records in the short course 50m breaststroke in a time of 33.58 and sister Rebecca beat her own club record in the 15/16 years 50m breaststroke in a time of 34.59.

Alex’s time puts her in second place on the English rankings in the short course 50m breaststroke.

All of the above swimmers train with the Leisure Services Aquatic Competition Programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.