YOUNG Keighley swimmer Quinn Austin-Kelly was the standout performer in Leeds at the end of March for City of Bradford Swimming Club.

A host of the club's swimmers were taking part in the York City Baths Club L1 National Qualifier Meet, and they made the short trip home with a clutch of medals to their name.

In total, City of Bradford racked up 24 gold medals, 26 silvers, and nine bronzes, as they performed brilliantly in the race for national qualifying times.

Austin-Kelly was responsible for four of those gold medals, while he also claimed three silvers.

A single bronze made it an incredible eight medals in total for the youngster.

His fellow Keighley prospect Ciara O'Carroll was no slouch either, as she did superbly to claim a gold medal and three silvers at the meet.

East Morton talent Robbie Ambler also found himself on the top step of the podiium on one occasion, while he also picked up two silver medals.

Another East Morton youngster, Imogen Tiffany, won a bronze medal too.

Among the other standout performers was Ben Artis, who was the only City of Bradford swimmer to match Austin-Kelly's total of four gold medals.

Isabelle Randhawa claimed three golds and a silver, with Will Skiggs adding a pair of first places to four second spots.

Finally, Dawid Naglik claimed a gold, silver and three bronzes.

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