Warren tops the 2015 British Masters Decathlon

Congratulations to Otter Dave Warren who has won the Mens 2015 British Masters Decathlon. 

The British Swimming Masters Decathlon is a true test of versatility over the course of the season.
Swimmers’ performances from Masters competitions throughout the year are assigned points and each swimmer is awarded an overall tally based on their top points scores from 10 of the 18 individual events. All swims from Masters competitions in the British Swimming Masters Rankings database are automatically entered into the competition. There is no age group split in the Masters Decathlon; instead points are adjusted depending on age to ensure a fair comparison. With prizes are on offer for the top individual swimmers as well as the top club.

Otter's Dave Warren was the top male swimmer in 2015 with 6815 points. 6 other Otters finished in the mens top 100. Derek Parr came in at number 26 with 5258 points, Craig Gillepsie was 36th with 5050 points, Wade was 42nd with 4895 points, Nico Barber was 53rd with 4745 points, Enrico finished 85th with 4244 points & Neal Thomson was 96th with 4090points.

Otter had four of the top 100 female swimmers too. In 18th place was Gina Hobson with 5436 points, Laure Kearns was 32nd with 5027 points, Helen Prentice was 40th with 4799 points with Michelle Senecal in 58th with 4443 points.

A full list of results from the decathlon can be found here.  Congratulations to all swimmers who competed.