December 19, 2019
Great team meet at the Jingle Bell Meet held at the Long Center
Our team finished 2nd to the host, Clearwater Aquatic team. We dominated the high point awards with
Jack Sallee, 10 & under
Cody Crawford, 11-12 yr.
Evan Keogh, 13-14 yr.
Ian Bran and Jason Brzozowski sharing the Open male
Sarah Koenig winning the Open female high point awards.
Our team had 92% of all swimmers having one or more best times in this meet.
The following 15 Tsunami swimmers swam 100% best times through
Mia Pistanek, 9y; Cara Kohn, 10y; Ruby Broadfoot, 12y; Cher Patrick, 12y; Taylor Schwenk, 12y; Natalia Strezenicky, 13y.; Daliah Helfrich, 14y.
Jack Sallee, 10y; Jaxon Griffin, 10y; Cody Crawford, 12y; Daniel Krajewski, 12y; Denis Jones, 13y; Toby Schwenk, 13y; Luis Junqueira, 15y., William Patrick, 15y;
Almost as perfect were these 20 Tsunami swimmers with best times
in all but one event;
Kai Parker, 12y; Izzy Steenburgh, 12y; Tori Bibler, 15y; Phoebe Duval, 15y; Molli Barron, 16y;
Trey Griffin, 8y; Miguel Perez, 10y; Daniil Siutsou, 10y; Alejandro Cortes, 11y; Colin Jacob, 11y; Alex Suarez, 12y; Ethan Wang, 12y; Ronan Murphy, 13y; Elias Corn, 13y; Liam Heary, 14y; Cole Firlie, 15y; Frank Runge, 15y; Akos Fuszfas, 16y; Aidan Murphy, 16y; Ray Askmakis, 17y.
Cole Firlie qualified for his first Futures events in the 500
yd. & 1650 yd. free.
Mia Pistanek, 9y., qualified for her first ever FLAGS in the 100 fly.
New Team Records
Sarah Koenig - 15-16 & Open 200 y Breaststroke
Julia Brzozowski - 15-16 & Open 1650 y Freestyle
Evan Keogh - 13-14 200 y Butterfly
Liam Heary - 13-14 & Open 50 y & 200 y Breaststroke
Ian Brann - 17-18 & Open 50 y Backstroke
WAY TO GO TSUNAMI SWIMMERS