Elk Valley Dolphin Swim Club makes a splash

Eight Elk Valley swimmers attended the Cascade Age Group Challenge 2013 in Calgary.

  • Dec. 18, 2013 12:00 p.m.

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The Elk Valley Dolphins Swim Club (EVDSC) had a busy weekend at the Cascade Age Group Challenge 2013 at the Talisman Sports Centre in Calgary. EVDSC had eight swimmers attend the three day meet, competing in heats in the morning and finals in the afternoon.

Head coach Marie Cosens accompanied her swimmers and noted many personal best times, “A” B.C. Provincial Times, and qualifications to the finals.

Mac Dressler achieved four personal best times; Cynthia Kiepinski swam to seven personal best times and two new “A” BC Provincial Times.

Isabelle Klapp achieved two personal best times and one new “A” BC Provincial Times.

Amber Maartman had four personal best times and Maygen Maartman had one personal best time.

Emily Stratton swam to six personal best times. She also qualified for finals and took three more seconds off her morning best time and placed sixth.

Jacob Stratton had two personal best times, one new “AA” BC Provincial Time. He also qualified for finals but was unable to swim due to being sick.

Competing in her first out of town swim meet, Alexis Winter achieved six personal best times.

Congratulations to all the Dolphins!

 

 

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