Orcas in synch at provincials

Comox Valley competitors impress at synchronized swimming event

 

 

All the swimmers in the Comox Valley  Orcas Synchro teams placed well in the recent provincial meet at the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre.

Results are as follows:

Rec Star level 1&2 Figures: 6th place Grace Shaver, 9th Sidney Gibb,16th Camryn Smith, 19th Ali Forrest. They placed fourth in Team Routine for a combined score of 45.25.

In Rec Star level 3&4 Figures:2nd place Sarah Cooke, 3rd Sydney Rayner, 4th Brynne Creek and 5th Halie Whittier. They placed first in Team Routine for a combined score of 44.44.

Level 2, 13 and over Figures: 4th place Alanna,Stevens, 6th Beth Witaker, 9th Grace Rempel, 10th Deziraye,Carey, 11th Jade Witaker.

Level 2 13-and-over Duet Finals Championship: 3rd Alanna Stephens and Beth Witaker, 4th Grace Rempel and Jade Whitaker.

Level 2 13-and-over team finals:

2nd place CV Orcas.

All the girls did great, some competing for the first time.

If you would like to view these routines as well as the squirts and the masters, consider attending the club’s end of year water show May 13 from 6-7 p.m. at the CV Sports Centre.

If you are interested in joining we have classes for all levels from kindergarten to adults. No experience is needed. Watch for our summer camp and try its program in August. For more information or questions e-mail cvorcas@gmail.com.

– Comox Valley Orcas

 

 

 

 

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