A 14-YEAR-OLD swimmer had a successful day at the National Divisional Schools Championships.
Competing for the North West region, Churton resident Will Slater of The King’s School in Chester won four medals.
He won the 100m backstroke, came second in the 100m freestyle and finished third in the 100m breaststroke and 200m individual medley.
The pupil’s success means he will now represent The King’s School on the North West Schools team in the national championships.
The youngster trains three mornings a week and every day after school.
He also spends every Sunday travelling to Manchester to train with the Welsh regional squad – N Wales section.
Swimming teacher Chris Morris said: “We are delighted with Will’s success.
“He is the first King’s School pupil ever to reach this level and we wish him the best.”