Six pack for Schramm

Justin Schramm won six gold medals, setting three new club records along the way, to lead the Langley Olympians Swim Club in Victoria.

Schramm, 14, was tops in the 200 free, 200 IM, 1500 free, 400 free, 100 free and 400 IM, as well as second in the 100 and 200 fly events and third in the 800 free.

Joshua Kim, 10, won silver in the 1500 free and also set six new club records.

Michael MacDonald, 17, won gold in the 50 back and Avery Martin, 11, won gold in the 1500 free.

Rounding out the medal haul were Brayden Kells (200 fly), Renae Ledoux (50 breast) and Robyn Nakano (200 back) who all won silver and Siobahn Board (50 fly), Chelsea Borrowdale (400 IM), Robyn Nakano (50 fly, 200 fly, 100 fly) and Joshua Franklin (50 free) who won bronze.


And while their teammates were in Victoria, Langley Olympians’ Hillary Metcalfe, 14, and Martha Metcalfe, 16, were in Oregon for the Paul Bergen Junior International Meet.

The meet plays host to some of the world’s fastest swimmers under the age of 18.

Hillary Metcalfe set a pair of club records in the 50 breast and 400 IM and qualified for the senior nationals in the 50 breast and 200 breast events.

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