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AAA LC Swim BC Championships report -July 6-10,2017

AAA Long Course Swim BC Championships, Kamloops, BC ~~ 6-9th July 2017

Yukon News  Sport  article: July 12, 2017 ...G lacier Bears win streak broken....
 
Whitehorse Daily Star article: July 14, 2017 Dreyer hits open water for first time....
 
Whitehorse Daily Star article:  July 14, 2017 Cassis Lindsay claims new club record....
 
Meet Report prepared by Head Coach Malwina Bukszowana
 
Day 1
Hannah Kingscote: B final 100 Back 1:08.69, finished 11th place missing her Canada Junior time by 0.40 second. 
Rennes Lindsay:was alternate for 200 Free final. 
Cassis Lindsay: swam 100 Backstroke faster than her personal best, but it was not fast enough for the final
 
Day 2 
Hannah Kingscote: B final 200 Back. Hannah took off 5 seconds off her best time in the morning (2:32.82). She came 15th, but she added 3 seconds to her morning time in the final. 
Rennes Lindsay: B final 400IM. With her time 5.24.10, Rennes was slower than her personal best time and finished 14th. 
No best times and no finals for Cassis on this day. 
 
Day 3
Hannah Kingscote: finished 6th in 50 Back. 
Cassis Lindsay: finished 5th in 50 Back with a new best time 31.89 and WGB club record. 
Rennes Lindsay: swam slower that her best time in 400 Free and didn't qualify to the final. 
 
Day 4
Hannah Kingscote: improved her 50 Free but she was still not fast enough to qualify to the final. 
Rennes Lindsay: swam slower 800 Free than her current best time. She fiinished ....
Cassis Lindsay: qualified to A final in 50 Free and finished 7th. 
 
Day 5, Open Water Swimming Championships
Rennes Lindsay and Kassua Dreyer represented WGB and Yukon. 
Kassua: swam 1km with 12& under and finished in 7th place. This was her first time in open water, so she gained a lot of experience and has more ideas on how to race so will be smarter and better next time. 
Rennes: raced in 2km event for 13-14 years old and finished 7th as well. Rennes took part in BC open water swim camp two weeks ago and she was trying to use the skills she learned. This time she could recognize herself what could be done better and what she needs to work on.