STINGRAYS Swimming Club of Suva raked in a massive 114 medals during the Connect Age Group Short Course Nationals, a fortnight ago.
Despite not winning the overall event, the club is happy to expose 29 swimmers, ranging from seven to 14 years old.
The club won 30 gold, 40 silver and 44 bronze medals at the three-day event.
Club president Fernando Lobendahn said they were proud of the team's achievement.
"Our swimmers performance at the recent Short Course National Swimming Championships has been absolutely awesome," he said.
"For a small club, we have achieved a lot in securing a total of 114 medals from a squad of 29 swimmers, many of whom have just taken up swimming within the past year."
He said the achievement was a reflection of the calibre of coaches in the club.
The club head coach is Paula Cokanasiga, while the junior coaches are Kelly Siniasi, Trisa Cheer and Shekina Ralulu.
"We have very dedicated and qualified coaches who have done wonders in improving the children's swimming techniques and abilities. I must say we are very fortunate to have a dedicated team of coaches and parents who fully support the Stingrays Swimming Club."
He acknowledged the support from parents and club sponsors throughout the season.
"We hope going forward, we will continue to grow as a club, we also plan to develop our swimmers and continue to involve ourselves in charitable work as well as this also plays a critical role in developing swimming nationwide," he added.