Tritons swim club cleans up at Kelowna meet

Local athletes make waves in the pool and qualify for provincial championships.

  • Jan. 20, 2014 10:00 a.m.

The Cranbrook Tritons Swim Club returned from a meet in Kelowna this past weekend with some impressive results, including qualifying six swimmers for provincial championships.

The club had nine swimmers at the Kelowna Aquajets Snowfest swim meet, with 95 per cent of the swims being best times for the athletes, with the top eight places collecting points for the club.

Tyler Carter, Madeline Hill, Sydney Kenke, Rhys Marlatt, Chloe Mayes, Sydney McDonald, Matthew Meuleman, Jayden White and Cam Wilson all participated in various events under the leadership of coach Dave Chisholm.

While McDonald didn’t finish in the top-eight of her swims, she was the most improved swimmer on the team, shaving a total of 43 seconds off her swim times.

Hill, Kenke, Mayes, White and Wilson qualified for AA provincials in Chilliwack, while Marlatt is headed to AAA provincials in Kamloops.

Marlatt had a stellar meet, with eight first-place finishes, while breaking meet records in the 50m Fly, 50m Freestyle and 100m Freestyle.

Before the meet, White had already qualified for the AA provincial championship, however, due to her example and leadership, Hll, Kenke, Mays and Wilson have also qualified for provincials.

Tyler Carter

6th 50m Breast

100m Breast

200m Back

7th 50m Freestyle

 

Madeline Hill

4th 100m Back

 

Sydney Kenke

7th 100m Breast

 

Rhys Marlatt

1st 50m Back

50m Fly

50m Free

100m Back

100m Free

200m Free

200m Back

200m IM

2nd 50m Breast

 

Matthew Meuleman

7th 50m Back

8th 50m Free

50m Fly

Jayden White

4th 50m Free

6th 100m Free

7th 50m Back

8th 400m Free

 

Cam Wilson

4th 200m Free

5th 100m Breast

7th 100m Free

200m Breast

 

 

 

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