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Kelowna Meets

 

Kelowna Meet Review

We had two very exciting meets in Kelowna this past weekend - the Main Meet and the Jamboree.  There were some major breakthroughs for swimmers.  We had four swimmers who went their first A times – Mckenna Clarke, Nikita Logie, Riley Thompson and Jaxon Stel – all in the 200 Breaststroke.  We also had some other swimmers who went new time standards in their events –

Acacia Benn AA in 200 IM, 400 Free, 200 Free and 400 IM.

Daniel Everton – AA in 200 IM, 400 Free, 200 Breast, 200 Free and 400 IM.

Reece Haberstock – AA in 200 Breast.

Elijah Kliever – A times in 200 Breast, 200 Fly and 200 Free.

Matthew Koster – A times in 200 Brst, 200 Fly, 200 Free and AA in 400 IM.

Nikita Logie – A times (as a 14 year old.  Nikita has been working on making the A time as a 15 year old as her birthday is between now and the Kamloops Meet) – 200 Back, 200 IM, 200 Brst, 200 Free and 400 IM.

Xelian Louw – AA in 200 Back, A times in 400 Free, 200 Breast, 200 Free.

James Naude – A time in 200 Free.

Belize Souch- Tremblay – AA in 200 Breast, A times in 200 Fly and 800 Free.

Jaxon Stel – A time in 200 Breast.

Riley Thompson – A time in 200 Breast.

Kristen Vandeweghe – A times in 200 Back, 200 IM, 400 Free, 200 Breast, 200 Free and 400 IM.

Mackenzie Wallich – A times in 200 IM, 400 Free and 200 Free.

 

The Jamboree on Sunday afternoon was also very exciting.  KISU had three swimmers go sub-4 – Dilmeet Gill, Lindsay Spear and Joy Wang.   Congratulations!