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Huge medal haul for Aquasonics

Members of the BC Aquasonics senior women
Members of the BC Aquasonics senior women's team captured the gold medal at the provincial synchronized swimming championships in Surrey. It was one of several medals won by the group.
— image credit: BC Aquasonics

Three local athletes as well as a pair of coaches helped the BC Aquasonics to an impressive medal haul at the provincial synchronized swimming championships.

The competition was held at the Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex on Feb. 15 and 16.

The competition brought together the top synchronized swimmers in the province in the 13 to 15 age group, the junior (16 to 18) and the seniors (18 and older).

Lindsey Solmes helped win a pair of gold medals in the 13 to 15 age group in both the team and combo competitions.

And Emilie Sadler and Amy Whitton won gold as part of both the junior and senior teams.

The Langley coaches are Susan Kemper and Tanya Magee.

Up next for the Aquasonics are a national qualifier from March 11 to 16 in Montreal.

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