MEDALLIST: Bailey Harm won a silver medal for backstroke, as well as a bronze for freestyle, at the state swimming championships in Brisbane this week.
MEDALLIST: Bailey Harm won a silver medal for backstroke, as well as a bronze for freestyle, at the state swimming championships in Brisbane this week.

Allora swimmer claims two Qld medals

SWIMMING: Allora swimmer Bailey Harm won silver and bronze medals in the Queensland 10-12 years school swimming championships this week at Chandler.

He was nominated for six events but his program was reduced to four after he missed two weeks of school with a ruptured tympanic membrane.

Bailey qualified for finals in all four events and won silver in 11 years 50m backstroke and bronze in the 50m freestyle.

He came fourth in the final of the 100m freestyle and seventh in the final of the 50m breaststroke.

Bailey gained selection in the Queensland team to compete at the national championships in Melbourne during July.

A Scots PGC College student, he trains at the Allora pool under coach Andrew Fidge.

He will train during winter in an indoor pool to prepare for the nationals.

Bailey won gold and a silver at the nationals in Hobart last year.

Georgina Lester, from Allora State School, competed in 10 years girls breaststroke at Chandler this week.

Warwick West State School student William Day swam in six events at Chandler, including the 200m individual medley.

He finished in the top 20 in 100m breaststroke and set new personal bests in his other five events.

Southern Downs schools will be represented at the Queensland 13-19 years school swimming championships at Chandler this week.

See results in the Daily News next week for Warwick area swimmers at the 13-19 years state championships.