Bluebacks visit Kitimat

Terrace's swim team placed third overall at the Kitimat Winter Invitational

Terrace’s Aubrey Gingles nears the finish line at the Kitimat Winter Invitational

The Terrace Bluebacks placed third overall at the Kitimat Winter Invitational Dec. 13-15, a swim meet that saw many personal bests for the Terrace swimmers.

Anke de Wit took silver overall in the 15 and over girls category after placing first in 880 Free, 400 IM, 100 Fly, 100 Breast and 50 Fly – she also led the team in points and qualified for AA provincials, alongside teammates Thomas Christensen and Raychel Davies, who also qualified for provincials.

Other highlights include Avery Back’s first place finish in 50 Fly for 10 and under girls, Jonus Lecuyer’s first  place finish in 100 IM for the 11-12 boys category, and Harlene Takhar’s first place finish in 200 Breast for the 13-14 girls category.

Now the club gears up for the Terrace Regional swim meet, Jan. 17-19 here at the Terrace Aquatic Centre.

 

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