Olympians make medal haul at Haney

Hannah Weinkauf and Alex Simpson led the way for the Abbotsford Olympians swim club at the Haney Holiday Meet.

Hannah Weinkauf and Alex Simpson led the way for the Abbotsford Olympians swim club at the Haney Holiday Meet in Maple Ridge last weekend.

Weinkauf won five medals in the girls age 13-14 division, including gold in the 400-metre freestyle and the 100 back, and set new club record in the 50 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.

Simpson, competing in the boys 15-plus division, claimed gold in the 400 free and 100 back, and bronze in the 400 IM. He set club records in each of those races.

Other medallists included Peyton Smith (silver, 13-14 girls 400 free), McKenna Postles (bronze, 10-and-under girls 50 fly) and Jayme Reitsma (bronze, 13-14 girls 400 free).

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