April 6, 2021
Metro Virtual Championship Results
The virtual finalists for the championship meets have been posted on Metro's website. Although we had many who acheieved qualifying times for the meets (Senior Mets, AGTC, or Silvers for the 15-18 year olds and Junior Olympics or Silvers for 14 and under, by individual age group), only the top twenty are virtual finalists.
Junior Olympic Virtual Finalists:
Jasiu Gredysa finished 9th in the 11 year old boys 50 fly and 17th in the 11 year old boys 50 free
Daisy Pitches finished 19th in thte 13 year old girls 100 back
Silvers Virtual Finalists
Wes Bull in the girls 10 year old events finished 4th in the 50 back and the 50 fly, 8th in the 200 IM, 113th in the 100 IM and 18th in the 50 breast
Mia Luna finished 13th in the 10 year old gitls 50 breast
Jasiu Gredysa in the boys 11 year old events finished 6th in the 100 fly, 14th in the 200 IM, 18th in the 100 free and 19th in the 200 free
Ben Kriegsman in the 11 year old events finished 12th in the 50 back and 18th in the 100 back
Elizabeth Daniels finished 14th in the 12 year old girls 50 breast
Miles Menu in the 12 year old boys events finished 13th in the 200 IM and 20th in the 200 free
Ava Castillo in the 13 year old girls events finished 10th in the 400 IM and 13th in the 200 fly
Daisy Pitches in the 13 year old girls events finished 9th in the 400 IM, 16th in the 100 breaqst, 18th in thte 200 IM, and 20th in the 200 back.
Cami Hatch finished 8th in the 15-18 year old girls 50 free
Fernando Menjura in the boys 15-18 year old boys events finished 11th in the 50 free and 15th in the 200 free
A.G.T.C 15-18 year olds
Colin Harrison - 15th in 200 fly
Cami Hatch - 1st in 100 free
Summer Jones - 4th in 200 free
Bela Tarbet - 8th in 100 free
The highest level meet for the 15-18 year olds is Senior Mets. We had several swimmers qualify (Jane Brierley, Colin Harrison, Summer Jones, Owen McCormac and Bela Tarbet), but no finalists this year.
Summer Jones should also be congratulated for breaking the team record in the 200 fly at the LIAC virtual challenge in March. Her time of 2:10.47 in the 200 fly broke the previous record of 2:11.84 set by Sophia Swanson in 2019. CONGRATULATIONS, Summer!
Way to go Hurricane qualifiers and finalists of the Metro Virtual Championships!