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Metcalfe dominates at season-opening meet

Another meet, another dominating performance for Hillary Metcalfe.

The 12-year-old won every single one of her races as her club, the Langley Olympians Swim Club hosted their annual long-course invitational at the Walnut Grove Aquatic Centre earlier this month.

Metcalfe also set three new club records.

Hugh McNeill, 7, broke five club records, while Jaime Lavoie, 8, set one new club record.

Medal winners included:

Gold: Kyla Barton (2); Michael MacDonald (2); Avery Martin (2); Martha Metcalfe (3); Kate Thomson; Trevor Vosey (2).

Silver: Chelsea Borrowdale; Joshua Kim; Michael MacDonald; Robyn Nakano; Kate Thomson.

Bronze: Chelsea Borrowdale (2); Renae Ledoux; Michael MacDonald; Avery Martin Martha Metcalfe (4); Ryan Moloney; Justin Schramm; Trevor Vosey (2).

Karl Hallquist, Justin Schramm, Kristianna Barton, Owen Griffiths, Reece Martin, Meredith Clark, Emily d’Entremont, Mackenzie Dong, Josie Field, Jenessa Hillman, Joshua Kim, Ellen Lansing, Jaime Lavoie, Renae Ledoux, Avery Martin, Hugh McNeill, Erin Moloney, Robyn Nakano and Megan Shinger all achieved 100 per cent personal bests in their races.

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