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How About Some Good News? 13 New Team Records in 2020

In an effort to find and focus on positive things amidst the hysteria of COVID-19 I would like to draw your attention to thirteen team records which have fallen since the start of this year. 

 

01/31/2020 - Reed Wirschem broke his own 9-10 Boys 500 Freestyle record with a new time of 8:40.06

02/01/2020 - Anna Brooks broke teammate Drew Congdon's 9-10 Girls 200 Breaststroke record with a new time of 3:17.45

02/14/2020 - Jasmine Anderson broke her own 13-14 Girls 400 Individual Medley record with a new time of 4:51.95.

02/16/2020 - Jasmine Anderson broke her own 13-14 Girls 200 Freestyle record with a new time of 2:01.93

02/28/2020 - Julien Wiese broke his own 17 & Over boys 400 Individual Medley record with a new time of 4:23.61

02/29/2020 - Jasmine Anderson broke her own 13-14 Girls 200 Breaststroke record with a new time of 2:28.34. This is a NW Y Region Championships meet record. 

02/29/2020 - Julien Wiese broke his own 17 & Over boys 200 Freestyle record with a new time of 1:47.85

02/29/2020 - Julien Wiese broke Coach Christopher Broker's 17 & Over boys 500 Freestyle record with a new time of 4:5735

02/29/2020 - Julien Wiese broke his own 17 & Over 200 Breaststroke record with a new time of 2:10.73. THis is a YNATS qualifying time.

03/01/2020 - Jasmine Anderson broke her own 13-14 Girls 100 Breaststroke record with a new time of 1:06.77. This is a YNATS qualifying time as well as a NW Y Region Championships meet record. 

03/01/2020 - Jasmine Anderson broke her own 13-14 Girls 200 Individual Medley record with a new time of 2:17.15

03/01/2020 - Julien Wiese broke his own 17 & Over Boys 100 Freestyle record with a new time of 49.05

03/01/2020 - Julien Wiese broke his own 17 & Over Boys 100 Breaststroke record with a new time of 1:00.45. This is a YNATS qualifying time.

 

Congratulations to these athletes for consistently raising the standard of performance within this program. They serve as an inspiration to their teammates who will look at their accomplishments as proof it can be done. 

 

Stay tuned for more udpates regarding new records after Junior Olympics next month!