Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club results from Kitimat Marlin Spring Invitational swim meet

Swimmers from all over the region competed in the annual Kitimat Marlin Spring Invitational Swim Meet, with Rupert coming out on top.

Over the weekend, swimmers from all over the region competed against one another in the annual Kitimat Marlin Spring Invitational Swim Meet held in Kitimat. In the end Prince Rupert came out on top, receiving the highest amount of points during the competition.

Here are the regional teams results;

Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club 1082 points

Kitimat marlins Swim Club 829 points

Bulkley Valley Otters Swim Club 484 points

Terrace Blueback Swim Club 440

Prince Rupert Swimmers Individual Results:

Quinn Basso, who is fourteen years old.

–       Aggregate Gold Medal (13-14 boys)

–       Pool records in 200 breaststroke (2:41.60) & 50 backstroke (30.91)

–       First Age Group National Time Standard reached (200 breaststroke)

–       Won 200 50, 100 & 200 breaststroke, 50 free, 50, 100 & 200 backstroke, 200 IM

Sarah McChesney, who is 15 years old.

–       Aggregate Gold Medal (18 & under girls)

–       First “AAA” Provincial Qualifying Times in 800 free (9:48.45) and 50 free (28.41)

–       Won 50, 100, 200, 400 & 800 freestyle, 50, 100 & 200 backstroke

Liam McChesney, who is ten years old.

–       Aggregate Gold Medal (10 & under boys)

–       Pool records in 50 backstroke (37.57, stood since 1977!), 100 backstroke (1:20.53), 200 backstroke (3:01.54) & 1500 free (23:25.33, also PRASC club record)

–       Won 50, 100 & 200 back, 100 & 1500 free, 200 & 400 IM, 100 butterfly

Amanda Hagen, who is seventeen years old.

–       Aggregate Silver Medal (18 & under girls)

–       Won 50, 100 & 200 butterfly, 200 IM. Second in 100 back, 800 free. Third in 50 & 100 free

Trey Kish, who is twelve.

–       Aggregate Silver Medal (11-12 boys)

–       Won 50, 100 & 200 back, 50 & 100 free. Second in 200 & 400 free, 100 breaststroke

–       New “AAA” Provincial Qualifying times in 100 free (1:06.72) & 200 backstroke (2:45.13)

Justin McChesney, who is fourteen years old.

–       Aggregate Silver Medal (13-14 boys)

–       Won 100 free. Second in 50 & 400 free, 50, 100 & 200 backstroke. Third in 100 & 200 breaststroke.

Avery Movold, who is twelve.

–       Aggregate Silver Medal (11-12 girls)

–       Won 50 & 800 free, 100 backstroke & 200 butterfly. Second in 50 fly, 200 back, 100 free. Third in 400 free

Zachary Dolan, who is ten.

–       Aggregate Bronze Medal (10 & under boys)

–       New “AA” Provincial Qualifying time in 200 breaststroke (3:38.94)

–       Won 200 breaststroke. Second in 50 & 100 breaststroke, 50 & 100 freestyle, 100 & 200 backstroke, 200 IM

Amy Leighton, who is eleven years old.

–       First “AAA” time in 200 breaststroke (3:13.90)

–       Won 200 breaststroke, second in 50 & 100 breaststroke, 800 free, 400 IM. Third in 100 fly

Brandan Hagen, who is fourteen.

–       Won 100 butterfly, second in 50, 100 & 200 breaststroke, 50fy. Third in 100 free, 200 IM

Calli McNeil, who is thirteen years old.

–       Won 200 butterfly. Second in 100 fly, 100 breast, 200 IM. Third in 100 & 200 backstroke

–       New “AA” Provincial Qualifying Time in 100 backstroke (1:20.00)

Cyrus Sobredo, who is fifteen years old.

–       Second in 50 & 200 breaststroke, 200 fly. Third in 50 & 100 free, 100 fly, 100 breast

Rya Kish, who is nine.

–       Won 10 & under 200 breastsroke. Second in 50 breaststroke & 100 breaststroke. Third in 200 back, 200 IM

–       First “A” time in the 200 breaststroke (3:48.59)

Jarred McMeekin, who is ten years old.

–       Won 200 freestyle, Second in 50 back, 100 IM. Third in 50 breast, 100 free. 200 back

Ali Murray, who is seventeen.

–       Won 50 breaststroke. Second in 50 fly, 100 breaststroke, 200 IM

Kai Leighton, who is nine years old.

–       Second in 100 breaststroke. Third in 50 free, 50 backstroke

Jeremy Angus, who is fifteen.

–       Third in 200 frrestyle

Issac Dolan, who is eight.

–       Third in 100 IM

Kobi Franes, who is ten years old.

–       Third in 100 breastsroke

Landen Franes, who is eight.

–       Second in 50 fly

Medalana Jardim, who is thirteen years old.

–       Third in 800 freestyle

Hannah Komadina, who is fourteen.

–       Third in 50 backstroke, 200 freestyle

Marcus Komadina, who is sixteen.

–       Second in 50 back, 400 free. Third in 200 fly

Megan Kristoff, who is thirteen years old.

–       Second in 200 breaststroke, Third in 50 breast, 50 fly

Riley Mager, who is thirteen.

–       Second in 1500 free. Third in 400 free

Kate Morse, who is ten years old.

–       Second in 50 backstroke. Third in 100 backstroke

Bailey Ward, who is ten years old.

–       Third in 50 butterfly

Morgan Weir, who is fifteen.

– Second in 50 breaststroke. Third in 50 & 100 backstroke, 100 breastsroke

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