WAGGA Wagga Swim Club member Chloe Donelan warmed up for an expected tilt at September's state championships with gold at the NSW Country Short Course Championships on the weekend.
Donelan swam personal best times to win gold in the 12-year girls 200m backstroke smashing her personal best time by four seconds, and silver in the 100m backstroke.
Talented multi-class swimmer Ashley van Rijswijk, who will represent Australia for the first time at October's Global Games in Brisbane, swam four personal best times in winning four medals, including gold in the multi-class 100m breaststroke.
Chloes younger sister Abbie also performed well with three top ten placings in the ten and under age group, while Kade Knight clocked ten personal bests in 11 events, including four top ten finishes in the 15-16 boys.
The relay team featuring two sets of twins in Chloe and Georgie Donelan and Alethea and Allyana Levy, finished seventh.
Wagga Wagga Swim Club assistant coach Billy Nicholson said the trip was a huge success for the squad.
"Overall it was a really good performance with a lot of PB's," Nicholson said.
"Chloe is looking good for the junior state championships and is definitely a chance to get in the top ten, but maybe looking at medals again."
Meanwhile Swimming NSW, Swimming Victoria and Swimming Tasmania will hold a training and competition camp at Oasis Aquatic Centre with each state's best national level swimmers aged 13 to 17 this week, with racing to begin on Thursday.