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Swimmers chosen for elite camp

With swimming season approaching, several members of the Langley Olympians have already been selected to attend some elite tryout camps.

This weekend (Oct. 15-16), Justin Schramm and Hillary Metcalfe, both of whom are 13, will be in Richmond for the Team BC Prospects training camp.

And later this month, Chelsea Borrowdale, 12, Kennedy Douglas, 12, Robyn Nakano, 12, Renae Ledoux, 11, Paige Dong, 12, and Avery Martin, 10, have been selected to attend the Lower Mainland regional training camp.

The six were chosen based on their 200 freestyle and 200 IM combined times.

Only 26 swimmers from across the Lower Mainland were invited.

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