Abbotsford Olympians excel at Langley swim meet

Swimmers earn top times earlier this month

The Abbotsford Olympians Swim Club participated in the April Novice Meet in Walnut Grove on April 14, with 11 swimmers competing.

The meet brought in swimmers from Coquitlam, Maple Ridge and Langley.

The following Abbotsford swimmers earned top five finishes:

Asiah Demsky (13): 200 metres individual medley (second), 50m butterfly (second), 50m backstroke (second), 100m freestyle (first), 50m breaststroke (third) and 50m freestyle (first).

Asha Naslund (10): 25m freestyle (third), 25m breaststroke (second) and 25m freestyle kick (second).

Sarah Woofinden (12): 100m IM (third) and 25m butterfly (second).

Ishi Sharma (11): 25m freestyle (first), 25m butterfly kick (first) and 25m freestyle kick (first).

Mateo Figueredo (12): 25m butterfly (third)

Carly Kafka (11): 25m butterfly (fourth)

Ava Reynolds (9): 25m butterfly (fourth)

Amarra Sandhu (8): 25m freestyle (first) and 25m breaststroke (fifth).

Paige Weins: 25m butterfly (first) and 100m freestyle (fifth).

Head coach Zach Haw praised all the swimmers for their efforts at the event.

The next big meet for the team occurs in June.

For more on the team, visit abbotsfordolympians.com.

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