Aiden Jeffries in the 50m butterfly

Swim Club results

Five Orcas swimmers attended the 13th Annual Wavemaker Long Course Invitational Meet in Victoria April 29 to May 1.

Five Orcas swimmers attended the 13th Annual Wavemaker Long Course Invitational Meet in Victoria April 29 to May 1.

• Grace Dice: 6 best times, 100 %. 2 top 8 places.

• Aileen Humphreys 4 best times. 3 golds and breaststroke events and 8th in 200 free.

• Morgan Humphreys 2 best times. He made finals in 200 breast and 100 back.

• Aiden Jeffries 4 best times and made finals in 5 out of 6 swims. Silver in 50 breast.

• Kennadie Sheppard 3 best times. She took off 14 seconds in the 100 free.

Four swimmers attend the  Comox 10 and under Championships May 7 and 8.

• Abigail Hicks finished 3rd and 4th in 25 back and free. This was her very first swim meet.

• Cassidy Hicks finished 1st in 25 breast, top 8 in other 3 events.

• Aiden Jeffries 8 swims, 100 % best times. 4 golds and 4 silvers. Swam 200m Butterfly as a 9 year old.

• Kennadie Sheppard 5 best times out of 8 swims. She got 3rd in 100 back, top 8 in all other events.

Upcoming meet for the Ladysmith-Chemainus Orcas:  Vancouver Island Regional Long Course Championships, June 3-5 in Victoria.


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