Blue Devils swimmers attain personal bests at Campbell River swim meet

It was a rainy weekend for 33 Blue Devil Summer Swimmers as they competed in the Campbell River Salmon Kings Invitational. In spite of the liquid sunshine their spirits were not dampened as keeping with traditon families camped and enjoyed the ambiance of the team, especially the lip sync competition at the end of Saturday's races for the coveted Elvis Trophy.

SUMMER SWIMMING INVOLVES lots of quality family time when the tents are put up for the weekend.

SUMMER SWIMMING INVOLVES lots of quality family time when the tents are put up for the weekend.

BLUE DEVILS SWIMMER SWIMMERS ATTAIN MANY PERSONAL BESTS AT THE CAMPBELL  R IVER MEET.

 

 

 

It was a rainy weekend for 33 Blue Devil Summer Swimmers as they competed in the  Campbell River Salmon Kings Invitational. In spite of the  liquid sunshine their spirits were not dampened as keeping with traditon families camped and enjoyed the ambiance of the team, especially the lip sync competition at the end of Saturday’s races for the coveted Elvis Trophy.

Here are the top-six and personal-best (PB) results:

Div. 1 Kamil Guay 6th 100 IM taking off 10.73 seconds and 4th 50 Back taking off 13.22, 3rd 50 Fly/Free  2 BTs.

Div. 2 Zoe McDougall 1st 50 Breast, 2nd 100 IM, 50 Fly/Back, 3rd 50/100 Free, 4 BTs. Myia Dunn 1st 50/100 Free, 3rd 100 IM, 4th 50 Back, 5th 50 Fly, 2 BTs. Aaron Arndt 4th 100 IM, 50 Back/Fly 5th 50 Breast, 6th 50 Fly, 3 BT. Douglas Lightfoot 6th 100 IM and 100 Free taking off 12.19 seconds, 1 BT. Kyle Crewe BT in 50 Free taking off 8.86 seconds.

Div. 3 Gabrielle Guay 6th 50 Breast taking off 5.06 seconds in 50 Fly,  2 BT. Ryan Novecosky 3rd 50 Breast, 4th 100 Free, 6th 50 Back, 1 BT. Samuel  Helpard 2nd 50 Free/Back/Breast & 100 Free, 3rd 50 Fly, 2 BT. Graham Arndt 4 BT. Jarrod Lehman 4 BTs taking off 9.06 in 50 Fly.

Div. 4 Amelia Helpard 6th, Sydney Kuhnert 4 BTs. Adam Dunn 3rd 200 IM 4th 50 Free/Fly, 5th 100 Breast, 6th 100 Back/Free.

Div. 5 Robin Jahnke 3rd 200 IM, 1st 50 Free, 4th 100 Free, 5th 100 Back, 6th 50 Fly/100 Breast, 3 BTs. Jamie Neill 4th 200 IM, 50 Free/Fly, 100 Fly, 1st 100 Back, 3rd 100 Free, 1BT. Hanna Ivankovic 6th 100 Fly, 3rd 100 Breast. Jenna Kuhnert 2nd 50 Free, 3rd 100/50 Fly, 5th 100 Free, 6th 100 Back, 3 BTs. Emma Rudolph 5 BTs taking off 9.29 seconds in 200 IM. Alex Kussauer 1st 200 IM/100 Free, 2nd 50 Free, 100 Fly/Breast, 3rd 50 Fly, 2 BT. Benjamin Helpard 6th 100 Fly, 1 BT.

Div. 6 Georgie Wolfe 3rd 200 IM, 100Free, 100/50 Fly, 4th 50 Free/100 Back. Alicia Saunders 5th 100 Fly. Emily Mirabelli 6th 100 Fly, 5th 100 Back. Emily Glowach 2 BT. Julian Gould 1st 100 Fly, 2nd 200 IM ,100 Back/Breast, 4th 50 Free, 100 Fly , 4 BTs. Spencer McDougall 3rd 100 Back/Breast, 4th 100 Free, 5th 50 Fly, 2 BTs.

Div. 7 Annie  Luke 2nd 200 IM, 50 Free. Alexis Hallier 4th 50 Free, 100 Back.

”O’ Cat Megan Rouseau 1st 200 IM, 50 Free/Fly, 100 Fly/Back/Breast.

 

 

 

To find out more about the Blue Devils and summer activities go to www.bluedevilsswimclub.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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