CITY of Oxford topped the medal table at the Swim England National Summer meet at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

The club took a total of 11 medals, including seven gold, three silver and one bronze, placing them firmly at the top of the table ahead of Northampton and Mount Kelly.

Standout performer for City of Oxford was 14-year-old Mimi Morley Iszatt, who claimed two gold medals in her age group.

Morley Iszatt won both the 100m backstroke (1min 05.83secs) and 200m backstroke (2.24.35).

Commenting on her 200m backstroke victory, she said: “I’ve been swimming for three years and this is my second time at nationals.

“Last year I only had one event and I didn’t get any medals.

“So this is the first time I’ve done both the events and I got medals.

“I really want to qualify for the British nationals next year and keep getting faster.”

Clubmate Toby Mackay-Champion won gold in the men’s 18yrs+ 100m breaststroke in a personal best time of 1.03.55, and silver in the 50m breaststroke (29.30).

Emily Ford, 15, won gold in the 50m backstroke and silver in the 50m butterfly, while there was gold and bronze for Kate Mills, 17, in the 200m and 50m butterfly respectively.

Freddie Wilkinson, 16, took gold in the 200m breaststroke, while Delphine Little, 14 did likewise in the 50m backstroke.

Oxford’s other medal-winners were Lewis Gilchrist, 17, who claimed silver in the 200m backstroke, and for Megan Smit, 14, with a bronze in the 800m freestyle.