This past weekend, the Aquaducks swim team travelled to Kelowna for the 70th Annual OGOPOGO summer 2019 invitational swim meet.
Hamish Woodman collected a third place overall medal in the boys Division 1 category placing third in the 100-m individual medley with a time of 2:25.97, second in the 50-m backstroke in 53.21, third in the 50-m breastroke in 1:13.49 and fourth in the 50-m butterfly in 1:26.89
In the girls Division 4, the Aquaducks dominated the podium with Kennedy Stefura placing third overall and Autumn Griffith Doyle taking home the gold!
In the girls 200-m individual medley final, Griffith Doyla smashed her personal best ranking herself fourth in the province with a time of 2:43.11.
Kayln Gale, after only being back in the pool for a month, fought her way to the top of her division, placing first in all of her events and taking home the gold.
Another Aquaducks podium sweep in the girls Division 6 category with Devyn Gale taking the silver and Megan Hoshizaki claiming gold-after winning the 100-m backstroke by more than 3-seconds and achieving a personal best in 1:13.32.
Tye Hoshizaki fought for the gold medal this weekend placing first in the boys Division 6 200-m individual medley (2:31.99), 100-m breastroke ( 1:16.40), and 100-m freestyle (59.21) and second in the 50-m freestyle in 27.65.
This weekend the Aquaducks head to Penticton for the Pikes Invitational where they will compete in six individual events, with a chance to makes it to finals and again, claim the podium.