The Nanaimo White Rapids made their presence felt in the pool at provincials.
Two individual swimmers and two relay teams won medals at the B.C. Summer Swim Association championships in Kamloops over the Labour Day weekend.
“All the competitors worked hard and produced amazing results,” noted Leah Johnson, club president, in a press release. “[Coaches] contributed to improved skills and many personal bests from all of our swimmers this past season.”
Results from provincials include:
Div. 1 – Peter Morch, first, 100-metre individual medley, first, 50m freestyle, first, 50m butterfly, first, 100m free, first, 200m free relay; John Kirkhope, first, 200m free relay; Dylan Barberie, first, 200m free relay; Carter James, first, 200m free relay.Div. 3 – Tayden De Pol, first, 100m IM, first, 50m fly, first, 50m backstroke, third, 100m free.Div. 6 – David MacLeod, third, 200m free relay; Drayden Goodman, third, 200m free relay; Thomas Bourgeois, third, 200m free relay; Seamus O’Toole, third, 200m free relay.