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Inconnu Swim Club members perform well at local swim meet

first_imgEmma Shipalesky in the 9-10 girls age group became the first Inconnu swimmer to ever take part in the 1,500 metre freestyle at a meet. She finished in 29:31.56. Ty Haugan in the boys 10 and under category broke a 14 year old record that was originally set by Philip Albu in the 800 metre freestyle with a time of 10:16.23. Brittany Welsh in the 13 and 14 year old girls group swam the 1,500 metre freestyle and finished in 19:38.94.Coach Jason Brockman says the Inconnu athletes were joined by fellow swimmers from Peace River and Chetwynd. The meet gave those taking part the chance to show how far they’ve come in their training while seeing how they compared to swimmers from other areas.“This was a regional swim meet within our area that Peace River and Chetwynd have come to. It allows the opportunity for those regional teams to come together, unify, and practice their skills that they’ve developed through the year,” he says. “We have 70 of our own athletes in this. A lot of the intermediate and novice athletes are in improving their skills and showing the improvements that they’ve made throughout the year.”- Advertisement -Athletes between the ages of six to seventeen were at the meet. Brockman adds that we was very happy with the times being posted by the swimmers as many were taking seconds off of their times in their given events.“I’m very impressed with the results that we’re having. A lot of kids are having dramatic drops and showing a lot of improvement in their skills,” he explains. “That delayed gratification is showing. They’ve been patient, they’ve worked on their skills, they’ve exercised them daily and now it’s showing in their results.”Below are the top Inconnu swimmers from age group at the Inconnu Spring Splash Invitational Swim Meet:Advertisement 2. Jordyn Forster – 37 points3. Brooklyn Brown – 36 pointsBoys 9-101. Kade Schwarz – 45 points2. Ty Haugan – 38 pointsAdvertisement Girls 8 and under1. Zara Schwarz – 21 points2. Frankie Woods – 20 pointsBoys 8 and underAdvertisement 1. Owen Lang – 48 pointsT2. Julien Kemp – 19 pointsT2. Joshua DeBruyn – 19 pointsGirls 9-101. Kiara Semeniuk – 47 pointsAdvertisement 3. Jordy Weber – 37 pointsGirls 11-121. Jamie Jodoin – 45 points2. Alexandria Hedges – 36 points4. Sarah Webster – 33 pointsBoys 11-122. Eric Louie – 42 points3. Griffin Ternier-Smith – 38 points6. Dylan Fitzpatrick – 24 pointsGirls 13-142. Brittany Welsh – 36 points3. Jayden Forster – 31 points4. Sydney Fitzpatrick – 28 pointsBoys 13-142. Blake Alberding-Berge – 38 points3. Tate Haugan – 36 points4. Luke Weber – 34 pointsGirls 15 and over1. Chelsea Kerr – 34 points2. Kellee Lekavy – 30 points3. Jenna Alberding-Berge 28 pointsBoys 15 and over2. Cale Murdock – 36 points3. Luke Montgomery 32 pointslast_img

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