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Results from Cincinnati Time Trial, Feb 27, 2018 - Raiders break pool record

The Raider 14 & Under Junior Olympic team grew by one athlete last night.  Selini Ranatunga, 11, from Centerville makes the trip to Keating Natatorium in Cincinnati to swim the 200-yard butterfly.  Her 2:44.23 eclipsed the JO Standard of 2:45.39 and qualifies her to this year's state meet.  Way to go, Selini!  Other Raiders achieving new Junior Olympic qualifications are Wyatt Rosengarten, 11, from Huber Heights 50 Breast (:36.49), Hayden Quigley, 12, from Oakwood 200 Breast (2:54.99), Ross Melton, 8, from Bellbrook 100 Breast (1:31.92), and Josh Butler, 11, from Centerville 400 IM (5:21.76).

Those in attendance at the Cincinnati Time Trial witnessed a rare treat. 

The Dayton Raider senior boys and the Cincinnati Marlins boys coordinated a matchup in the 200 Medley Relay.  The stakes?  A potential all-time Keating Natatorium Pool Record.  Think about all those past US Olympians that have swim at that pool since the 1960's.  The Raider boys edged out the Marlins in a blistering 1:30.84 to 1:31.37 (previous pool record was 1:31.40).   John Sampson, 17 from Spring Valley led off the backstroke in :23.02, followed by Nick Perera, 18, from Sharonville swimming the breast in :26.24, followed by Jean-Pierre Khouzam, 15, from Xenia swimming the Fly leg in :21.68, and the closer Joe Pohlmann, 18, from Beavercreek brought home the freestyle in :19.90 while the Marlins closer, Justin Grender, also went a sub :20 freestyle. 

Complete Results posted