Colm Molder and Jaclyn Elliot with their respective silver and bronze medals.

Aquaducks place third at summer’s first swim meet

The Revelstoke Aquaducks were in Penticton this past weekend, competing in the first swim meet of the summer swimming season.

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The Revelstoke Aquaducks were in Penticton this past weekend, competing in the first swim meet of the summer swimming season.

Penticton hasn’t been on the competition calendar for a couple of years as the community has been renovating its recreational centre.

The facility was in great shape for the weekend meet, and many Aquaducks had their first experience in a 10-lane pool.

“This was the first meet of the season and although we only had about 25 swimmers attend, it was an absolute success,” said assistant coach Cynthia Pfeiffer. “Many of our swimmers had personal best times and the meet got the kids excited to be racing again. That’s exactly what we need in preparation for the Nelson meet next weekend where we have over 40 swimmers going. Good job Ducks!”


Div 1 girls – Jaclyn Elliott, bronze

Div 3 girls – Brynn Hoshizaki, bronze

Div 3 boys – Colm Molder, bronze

Div 5 girls – Gina Cinelli,  bronze

Div 5 boys – Bryce Molder and Liam McCabe, tie for bronze

Div 6 boys – Josh Rota, bronze

Div 7 girls – Hanna Thomson, bronze

Emily Pfeiffer, bronze

Cynthia Pfeiffer,  bronze

Div 8 girls- Nadia Salon, gold

Team results ( out of seven teams)

Overall girls team – 2nd place

Overall boys team – 5th place

Overall team total – 3rd place.



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