August 3, 2011
Elizabeth Beisel (ABF-NE) competed last week at the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai, China, and won a gold in the LCM 400 IM with a time of 4:31.78, setting a new American record! This Gold medal highlights the successful career of Elizabeth that we all have had the pleasure of watching since she was a little Age Grouper growing up in New England. Presently, Elizabeth owns 98 New England Swimming records, the highest number on the books! Congratulations Elizabeth! READ MORE
Two other Bluefish Swimmers competed at the World Championships:
Ana Castallanos, 15, of Holden, represented
Honduras, and competed in the Female 200-meter Breastroke and
Dorian McMenemy, 14, of Northboro, represented the Dominican Republic, and competed in the Female 50-meter and 100-meter fly.
For complete results, go to omegatiming.com.
For more on World Championships, visit our dedicated event page.