Elk Valley Dolphin Swim Club attends the NCSA Fall invitational

Fourteen swimmers attended and had some great results with many personal best times.

The Elk Valley Dolphin Swim Club at the NCSA Fall invitational in Calgary.

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The Elk Valley Dolphin Swim Club (EVDSC) made a splash this past weekend at the NCSA Fall Invitational in Calgary. EVDSC had 14 swimmers attend and due to their hard work and training had some great results and many personal best times. Way to go Dolphins!

Aniessa Bowen achieved a personal best time and a fifth, a seventh and an eighth place finish.

Ariana Davidson achieved five personal best times.

Mac Dresssler achieved five personal best times and a seventh place.

Olivia Howse achieved four personal best times.

Rudra Joshi achieved four personal best times and a fourth, a sixth, a seventh and an eighth place finish.

Cynthia Kielpinski had six personal best times, two BC Provincial A times, a fourth, a sixth, a seventh and an eighth place finish.

Isabelle Klapp achieved five personal best times, two new BC Provincial A times, a fifth and seventh place finish.

Amber Maartman achieved four personal best times.

Maygen Maartman achieved five personal best times, two third, one fifth, two seventh, and one eighth place finish.

Bailey Proehl achieved four personal best times.

Jeanne Schalekamp achieved four personal best times.

Holly Soetaert achieved four personal best times.

Emily Stratton achieved six personal best times and an eighth place finish.

Jacob Stratton achieved four personal best times, one BC Provincial A time and one BC Provincial AA time, a fourth, three fifth, a sixth and two seventh place finishes.

 

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