EIGHT Parkview Public School students recently made a splash at the NSWPSSA swimming championships.
Held at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, the entire school back in Leeton were able to watch their peers compete via livestream.
It was the greatest number of PPS students to ever represent at the state meet.
Daniella Draper swimming in the 11 years girls backstroke produced a personal best time of 42.13 to take almost two seconds of her qualifying time in an display.
Meanwhile the PPS talented relay teams also did the community proud.
The school's relay teams also put in a top effort.
The girls team of Amelia Irvin, Daniella Draper, Chelsea Blacker and Ruby Miller produced their third successive personal best as a team, taking almost a full second off their qualifying time to stop the clock at 2:32.36.
The performance saw the team also improve their Riverina ranking, qualifying second from the region, but finishing the fastest ranked school in the Riverina for the year, something that is an outstanding performance.
The senior boys relay team of Kobe O'Callaghan, Tallis McMillan, Connor Holden and Kian Henman stopped the clock at 2:35.76.
The team produced a time quite close to their personal best and maintained their second placed Riverina ranking for the event.
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