During the three days of Long Course competition at the Plymouth Life Centre, 715 athletes from 202 clubs took part. As well as the UK, athletes represented Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands, Turkey and Australia. The youngest competitor was 18 and the oldest was 92.
Otter scored a total of 314 FINA points to win the Cupar Trophy Top Club Award.
In total 56 records were broken, including two World records, seven European and 47 British records.
Gloucester Masters did exceptionally well. Represented by only 7 swimmers they came away with 12 gold medals, 5 British Records and one European record.
Donald Leatherbarrow (80-84 Years)
British record in the 100m Breaststroke 1:53.38
British record in the 200m Freestyle 3:14.78
British record in the 100m Butterfly 1:51.23
Sue Hodge (65-69 Years)
British record in the 50m Freestyle 0:33.23
Colin Stephenson (60-64 Years)
British record in the 50m Freestyle 0:27.23
Full results can be found on our results page.