Bolts Head South of the Border


Bolts Head  So uth  of the Border  


Seventeen Thunder Bay Thunderbolts travelled to Minneapolis this past weekend to compete in the 2018 Minnesota  Aquajets  Summer Invitational held at the University of Minnesota Pool. The meet was a large scale meet with over 700 swimmers attending and t he Bolts once again proved that they  are a  force  to be reckoned with. In the 14 and under category Hannah Johnsen raced to 3 Gold, 3 Silver and a Bronze medal and teammate Isabel Harri raced to a Gold, a Silver  and a Bronze  medal.  Continu ing  the streak in the 15 and over  category  were  Lindsay   Puhalski  who is bringing home a Gold and 2  Silver  medals and teammate Zoe Hunt, who raced to a Bronze in the 200 Breaststroke event. Cameron Johnsen  represented  the Bolts well,  pulling in 1 Gold medal and 2 Bronze medals in  breaststroke  events in the male 15 and over category. Other swimmers who achieved top 10 finishes in their final swims were Emma Adamson, Jamie  Puhalski  and Emma  Schlyter . The Bolts are back in the water training for the final meet of the season – the  upcomi ng  Canadian Junior Nationals will be held in Winnipeg MB from July 25-30.  For more information visit the Bolts website at