European Surf Lifesaving Championship medals for Ellie Parker and Lily Nichols
ELLIE PARKER won three silver medals at the European Junior Lifesaving Championships.
And Lily Nichols, her Woolacombe club-mate, returned with a silver and a bronze from the competition in Jönköping, Sweden.
Ellie, who won three gold medals in last year's championships, shone in Sunday's beach competitions, helping the Great Britain women's team win the ocean title.
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Ellie finished second behind Alina Riehm, of Germany, in the beach flags race. She was runner-up to another German, Nadine Stache, in the board race, with Lily taking third place.
And Ellie and Lily teamed up to finish second in the board rescue.
Lily was seventh in the run-swim-run event.
The Woolacombe girls were less successful in the pool on Saturday.
Lily was 14th in the 100m manikin carry with fins, while Ellie took the same position in 100m manikin tow with fins.
They also helped Britain take fifth place in the 4x25m manikin carry relay.
The British team finished fourth in the overall standings with 359 points, behind Italy (443), Germany (423) and Spain (383). Britain's women were third on 210 points, behind Italy (215) and Spain (214).
Woolacombe's Connor Devine was a reserve for the boys' team.