Neptunes finish strong at Summer Swim Championships

first_img Division 8 girls fifthDue to the poor air quality from wildfires in the Thompson region, the BCSSA secured indoor space for swimmers to rest in between races at the provincial event. Division 2 girls eighth Cynthia Pfeiffer second in 100 backstroke. Division 5 boys fifth Sage Cowan, fifth-place finish 200-meter individual medley, sixth place 100-meter butterfly, eighth place finish 100-meter freestyle. Division 2 boys eighth Division 5 girls fifth Division 3 girls eighth “Along with (a lot of) highlights, we also had many swimmers place top 16 in their respected events,” said Neptune coach Sarah Broen.Some of the Neptune results included: Nelson Neptune swimmers saw an opportunity to test their skills against the best in the province at the BC Summer Swim Association Championships this past weekend at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre in Kamloops.Neptunes, which compete in the Kootenay Summer Swim Association against teams from Trail, Castlegar, Grand Forks, Kimberley, Creston and Colville, Wash., sent a strong group of swimmers who qualified at the Kootenay Regional meet. Sarah Broen, eighth finish 100-meter butterfly, fourth 100-meter backstroke. Division 3 boys seventh Madeline Holitzki, sixth-place finish100-meter breaststroke.Regional Relay Team Results: Division 6 boys sixth Division 4 girls fifth Division 7 girls fourth Lachlan Bibby-Fox sixth-place finish 100-meter individual medley, second place 50-meter breaststroke.last_img

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