A small squad of 20 swimmers achieved 42 medals to place sixth at the Hampshire Development Meet.
Fareham Nomads swimmers took home 40 individual medals (14 Gold, 14 silver and 12 bronze) and two team medals (one gold and one bronze) from Havant Leisure Centre.
Head coach John Molyneaux said: “It was a very credible result from such a small squad of swimmers compared to the much larger entries from the top five clubs.
“The swimmers achieved a fantastic 99 personal best times from 119 individual swims – totalling an impressive 83 per cent.
“This shows our younger swimmers are making great progress and developing well.”
There was a clean sweep of medals in the 10 years 200m freestyle by Georgia Kennedy, Emma Skelton and Isobelle Kennedy.
Multiple gold medals were Georgia Kennedy (four), Harvey Spoor (three), Isobelle Kennedy (two) and Emily Blake (two).
Molyneaux added: “Nomads has a dedicated team of teachers and coaches who are helping our swimmers make great strides at all levels. They are doing a great job in improving skills and fitness, which shows in the progress that is being made in all squads.”