It was one of those increasingly rare occasions when swimmers could compete as their 'age on day', which was a nice change for some children with unfortunate swimming birthdays.
As ever, the Sharks swam hard, and PBs came thick and fast. There were plenty of medals and perhaps a few club records?
Thrillingly, this meet had a 'Skins' final where the top 8 girls and top 8 boys in the 100IM went head to head in an elimination 'swim off'.
This meant that the 8 swimmers started by swimming 50m with the stroke picked out of a hat just before the start of the race. The slowest swimmer in each race was eliminated until only two remained, who then competed for the winning prize of £50 (£30 for 2nd place, £20 for 3rd place).
Skins finals are great fun for the spectators, less fun for the poor swimmers who stagger out of the pool after each 50m. Even getting up onto the blocks looked a bit of a struggle towards the end.
Big congratulations to Sharks swimmers, Charlotte Gudgeon and Jon Bennett, who made it into the Skins final, but sadly missed out on prize money.
And many thanks to Nuneaton and Bedworth for hosting a great meet. Very thoughtfully, they even handed out bags of M&Ms to each Dad on Father's Day. Nice touch!
Well done to all swimmers and thank you to all officials, team managers and coaches. Not forgetting the parents who stuck it out to the end, including those who wanted to go home but couldn't because they'd lost their car keys.
If anyone finds the car keys, please get in touch!