A contingent of 53 Kelowna Ogopogo Swim Club athletes combined for a 250-point margin of victory in the team competiton at a summer meet in Merritt on the weekend.
While the Ogopogos reigned as the winning team, numerous individual swimmers stood out, among them Sydney Reynolds, Erik Haaheim and Myles Woodward, all of whom swam 100 per cent best times.
Flyn Huber of the Ogopogos took the aggregate silver in the Div. 2 boys’ competition, while Logan Lalonde broke the 30-second mark in the 50-metre freestyle event on the way to securing the aggregate silver medal in Division 5.The Division 4 girls led the way to the podium, with Makenna Haight and Rachel Schueler tying for the aggregate gold.
Yet another silver aggregate went to Emalie Schueler in the Div. 6 girls competition.
Bronze aggregate winners among the Ogopogos were Kylie Haight – Division 2 girls; Randi Thompson – Division 6 girls; Patrick Epman – Division 7 boys and Andrew Skilbeck – Division 6 boys, who is in his first season with the team.
The Ogopogos continue their summer schedule this weekend with a meet in Lumby.
For more information on the club go to www.ogopogoswimclub.com