Abby Olympians club swims in two meets

The reinvigorated Abby Olympians competed in two meets in November.

The Abbotsford Olympians Swim Club was well represented at the Langley Olympians Swim Club’s 8th annual Short Course Invitational held in Langley in mid-November. Brooklynn Gerber (10) qualified to attend the invitational and competed in a total of four events against swimmers from all over B.C.  Highlights for Gerber included the 200-meter freestyle, in which she shaved 10.46 seconds off of her time, and her 100-meter freestyle in which she elimin ated 54.51 seconds.

Six Abbotsford Olympians also attended the L/A OSC novice meet: Marley Arden (10), Asiah Demsky (10), Alex Leonard (six), Kennedy Rauh (11), Erik Rexha (seven) and Nevaeh Thomson (nine).The Abby swimmers competed against the Langley Olympians, Haney Seahorses and the Hyack Swim Club. All swimmers either gained new times for events they had not swam before or achieved best times.

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