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Lia Campbell (UN-BISC) set a new Pacific Northwest Swimming record for the girls 11-12 100 meter freestyle with a time of 1:00.35. The previous record was held by Megan Oesting (C) at 1:00.72 set in 1986. Campbell's time ranks her fifth in the country for Twelve years old girls.

Cole Avery (BBST) swam a time of 58.58 in the 100 meter butterfly which ranks him eighth in the USA for Fourteen year old boys..

Day One Recap

 

Kelly Huffer (NWAC) swam a 2:28.22 in the 200 meter butterfly which ranks her eighth in the country for Twelve year old girls.

Ivan Graham (IST) set a new Pacific Northwest Swimming record for boys 11-12 200 meter butterfly with a final time of 2:19.92. The previous record was held by Ugur Taner (C) at 2:21.61 set in 1987. Graham's time also ranks him second in the nation for Twelve year old boys.

Day Two Recap

 

Bindi Pedersen (MMSC) swam a 1:18.98 in the 100 meter breaststroke which ranks third in the county for Eleven year old girls.

Gabby Dang (WAVE) was clocked in 28.39 in the 50 meter freestyle which ranks third in the nation for Eleven year old girls.

Ivan Graham (IST) had a time of 2:24.43 in the 200 meter individual medley which ranks ninth in the country for Twelve year old boys.

Cole Avery (BBST) set a new Pacific Northwest Swimming record in the boys 13-14 200 meter individual medley at 2:11.43. The previous record was held by Tommy Thach (KING) at 2:13.74 set in 2011. Avery's time ranks second in the nation for Fourteen year old boys.

Day Three Recap