Brother Matthew scored an amazing four personal bests in his races including the 50m breaststroke, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, and the 100m freestyle.
"The State Championships give the swimmers great experience at top level competition something that will help them as they strive to reach National and International level competitions" publicity officer Kate Brocklehurst said.
Wilson, whose favourite stroke is the butterfly, achieved three personal best times at the competition in the 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly and the 100m freestyle.
finals of his races and achieved three personal best times.
"The SA state championships gives us an opportunity for a good and honest competition" he said.
The year 12 student is juggling a promising swimming career with a tough school schedule and has the added responsibility of being the Stingers' ladies captain.
"Some of our swimmers are close to reaching National Championship times and every race is an opportunity to not only get better times but gain invaluable competition experience."
Jamie Matsen, a key backstroker for the team, also performed well with personal best times in both her races, the 50m and 100m backstroke.
Swimmers return with state titles
Taylah Stirling, a butterfly specialist who trains five times a week with the club loves competing and also has ambitions to represent Australia.
"Swimming is great as you can be in an individual race but also part of a great team."
the squad from the sidelines for the rest of the competition.
"The Stingers are all very friendly and really supportive," she said.
and the 200m individual medley.
Team member Cameron Wilson said he loved the experience
Stirling got two personal bests in both her breaststroke events.
Men's captain Todd Kaesler reached all the Reebok Pink Salmon
The swimmers that went to the state championships all have aspirations to represent Australia.
Ladies captain Georgina Wilson won gold in the 200m butterfly and silver in the 200m individual medley and also hopes one day to represent Australia.
Geldenhys won gold in the 50m backstroke, 50m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m freestyle Reebok New
"A big thank you to all the coaches, parents and support team that work so hard all year to organise and assist our swimmers to reach their potential" Brocklehurst said.
Geldenhys also collected silver in the 200m freestyle, 50m breaststroke and 200m backstroke.
"Being captain, I have to behave appropriately and know how to manage myself at events and training, younger and less experienced swimmers are looking towards me for guidance and support," she said.
Twelve year old Simon Geldenhys, who excelled at the competition with five titles and three silver medals, said in five years time he would like to be representing Australia in international competitions.
Brother and Sister Alana and Matthew Hancock performed well with five personal bests between them.
Tori Kaesler broke her toe on the first day of competition but putting her own misfortunes aside Tori cheered on Saucony Camo Shoes
"Being captain at these types of events is very important and I'm happy to be on hand whenever another swimmer may need my help," he said.
"I'd especially love to Reebok Rose swim for Australia at the Olympic Games" she said.
Breaststroker Alana took an amazing eight seconds off her 200m breaststroke time and attributes her success to training hard and having a great, supportive team atmosphere.
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