Records fall, huge medal haul for Langley Olympians Swim Club

The records were falling for members of the Langley Olympians Swim Club.

The local club was competing at a meet at the Vancouver Aquatic Centre hosted by the Canadian Dolphins Swim Club.

Hillary Metcalfe, 13, set both a new club record and meet record for her age group in the 400 free event, which she completed in 4:30.60. She also set a meet record in the 400 IM and won seven gold medals.

Another 13-year-old, Justin Schramm, broke the club and meet record in the 200 fly, finishing the race in 2:14.30. He finished the meet with six gold and a bronze.

Martha Metcalfe, 15, and Robyn Nakano, 12, both set meet records in the 400 IM (5:08.42) and the 200 back (2:30.72). Metcalfe won four gold and three silvers while Nakano won five gold and two silver.

Medal winners from the meet were:

Siobhan Board won three gold, three silver and a bronze medal.

Chelsea Borrowdale won four gold and two silver.

Lisa Grier won four gold.

Michael MacDonald won three gold and three silver.

Mackenzie Dong won a silver and two bronze.

Kennedy Douglas won two silver and a bronze.

Jenessa HIllman won a silver.

Ryan Moloney won two silver.

Gabby Slalkai won a silver and a bronze.

Ellen Lansing, 10, was able to achieve her B.C. AA provincial qualifying time in the 200  breast event and 12-year-old Erin Moloney was able to achieve personal bests in all of her events.

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