The Cranbrook Tritons swim team swam remarkably this past weekend at the Calgary Sea Lions Winter Cup Invitational. Twelve local swimmers attended the meet and 70 per cent of the swims were personal best times and the top six places gained points for the club. See more on Page 8. Pictured above with coach Dave Chisholm are swimmers Jared Adams

The Cranbrook Tritons swim team swam remarkably this past weekend at the Calgary Sea Lions Winter Cup Invitational. Twelve local swimmers attended the meet and 70 per cent of the swims were personal best times and the top six places gained points for the club. See more on Page 8. Pictured above with coach Dave Chisholm are swimmers Jared Adams

Triton Swimmers make waves in Calgary

The Cranbrook Tritons swim team swam remarkably this weekend, November 23 - 24, at the Calgary Sea Lions Winter Cup Invitational.

Courtesy Dave Chisholm

The Cranbrook Tritons swim team swam remarkably this weekend, November 23 – 24, at the Calgary Sea Lions Winter Cup Invitational.

Twelve swimmers attended the meet and 70 per cent of the swims were personal best times and the top six places gained points for the club.

Individuals from the Tritons attending this meet were:

Swimmers Jared Adams, Jordan Adams, Sarah Brown, Tyler Carter, Madeline Hill, Sydney Kenke, Shelby Lehmann, Rhys Marlatt, Chloe Mayes, Sydney McDonald, Aspen Parker and Jayden White.

Coach Dave Chisholm.

The top six finishes were:

1. Tyler Carter — 4th in 100 Breaststroke; 5th in 50 Freestyle, 100 Individual Medley; 6th in 200 Breaststroke.

2. Madeline Hill — 2nd in 200 Backstroke, 200 Breaststroke; 3rd in 50 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke; 4th in 100 Backstroke, 100 Individual Medley.

3. Sydney Kenke — 2nd in 100 Breaststroke; 3rd in 200 Breaststroke; 4th in 100 Individual Medley.

4. Shelby Lehmann — 3rd in 200 Backstroke.

5. Rhys Marlatt — 1st in 50 and 100 Backstroke, 50 and 100 Butterfly; 2nd in 200 Individual Medley.

6. Chloe Mayes — 1st in 100 and 200 Breaststroke; 2nd in 200 Individual Medley; 3rd in 200 Freestyle; 5th in 100 Freestyle; 6th in 50 Freestyle.

7. Sydney McDonald — 5th in 200 Backstroke.

8. Cam Wilson — 1st in 50 Butterfly, 50 Freestyle, 100 Individual Medley; 2nd in 100 and 200 Breaststroke, 200 Freestyle.

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