Imagine achieving eight personal bests in one weekend.
And not just making it but smashing your previous bests by 15 seconds, 10 seconds and seven seconds.
Warrnambool Swimming Club's Mimi Jenkins did just that.
"I was actually really happy and surprised because I've never preformed that well in a competition before," she said.
Jenkins, who swam in eight events at Warrnambool Swimming Club's short course meet, took home a bronze in the 100 metres butterfly.
But more importantly she booked herself a spot at the Victorian Country Short Course Championships in Ballarat in August.
She has qualified for two short course races which are held in a 25-metre pool.
The 14-year-old wiped 10 seconds off her best on her way to a speedy 1.30 seconds in the 100m breaststroke.
She chopped seven seconds off her time in the 100m butterfly to hit the wall at 1.20 seconds.
Her biggest cut came in the 200m individual medley but she didn't attain the qualifying time.
She slashed 15 seconds off her best.
The Emmanuel College Year 8 student hasn't been to the Victorian Country Short Course Championships before and is keen to add another event to her schedule.
She wants a starting block in the 100m freestyle.
Meanwhile, the young star hasn't lost sight of her bigger goal.
She would like to qualify for the Victorian Age Short Course Championships in late August.
The teenager just needs to wipe a bit more time off her new personal bests to reach the state-wide event.
Jenkins, who has been with Warrnambool Swimming Club for the past three years, trains four times a week for total of eight hours.
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