Brayden Herbert, 8, pushes through the butterfly stroke at the Langley Olympians novice swim meet at Walnut Grove Community Centre pool on Saturday.

Silver, bronze for Salli

Langley Olympians swimmer finds podium twice in Victoria

Chelsey Salli won silver and bronze at the Canadian world trials in Victoria, narrowly missing a spot on Canada’s FINA world championship team.

The 21-year-old took silver in the 100 breast — missing a spot on the Canadian team by 0.3 seconds —  and bronze in the 50 breast. She was also fourth in the 200 breast.

Three other Langley Olympians Swim Club members were also at the meet. Jake Tapp, 24, made the finals in the 200 IM and the 100 fly, finishing fourth and sixth, respectively.

And Hillary, 14, and Martha Metcalfe, 16, set new club records in the women’s 200 free and the women’s 1500 free events, respectively.

 

Back at home in Langley, LOSC hosted their Annual Long Course Meet at Walnut Grove Pool. The meet was attended by approximately 300 swimmers from 12 Clubs from all over the Lower Mainland. This was the first long course meet of the season. The Langley athletes performed exceptionally well with a large number of them placing in the top 3 and coming away with best times and a couple of meet records.

1st Place

Siobhan Board (15) in the 15 & over girls 200IM, 200 breast & 800 free; Chelsea Borrowdale (13) in the 13-14 girls 100 breast; Lisa Grier (12) in the 11-12 girls 400 free & 200 free; Bailey Herbert (10) in the 9-10 girls 100 fly, 50 free, 400IM, 200 breast & 200 fly; Brayden Kells (11) in the 11-12 boys 200 free; Joshua Kim (11) in the 11-12 boys 100 back & 1500 free; Ellen Lansing (12) in the 11-12 girls 400IM & 200 breast; Hugh McNeill (9) in the 9-10 boys 200 back & 100 back; Hillary Metcalfe (14) in the 13-14 girls 200 breast & 800 free; Robyn Nakano (13) in the 13-14 girls 100 fly & 200 fly; Justin Schramm (15) in the 15 & over boys 200 fly

2nd Place

Siobhan Board 200 fly, 400IM; Chelsea Borrowdale 400 IM, 200 breast & 1500 free; Bryce Dong (10) in the 9-10 boys 400 free, 400IM, 100 back & 800 free; Josie Field (11) in the 11-12 girls 200 free; Bailey Herbert 400 free, 200 back & 800 free; Brayden Kells 100 back; Joshua Kim 400 free, 100 fly, 200 back, 50 free, 400IM & 200 fly; Ellen Lansing 100 breast, 100 fly & 200 fly; Renae Ledoux (13) in the 13-14 girls 100 breast; Avery Martin (12) in the 11-12 boys 200 breast & 1500 free; Hugh McNeill 200 breast; Hillary Metcalfe 100 back; Martha Metcalfe (16) in the 15 & over girls 100 back; Robyn Nakano 800 free; Justin Schramm 800 free

3rd Place

Siobhan Board 400 free, 100 breast & 100 fly; Chelsea Borrowdale 400 free & 200 free; Bryce Dong 50 free; Alysse Franklin (13) in the 13-14 girls 1500 free; Josh Franklin (17) in the 15 & over boys 100 free & 200 free; Lisa Grier 100 fly, 400IM & 800 free; Brayden Kells 100 fly, 200 fly & 1500 free; Renae Ledoux 200 breast & 800 free; Kelley MacDonald (13) in the 13-14 girls 100 breast; Avery Martin 200 back & 400 IM; Hugh McNeill 100 breast, 200IM, 400IM & 200 free; Martha Metcalfe 100 free; Ryan Moloney (17) in the 15-17 boys 100 fly; Robyn Nakano 200IM; Justin Schramm 100 breast, 1500 free; Milana Solar (10) in the 9-10 year girls 200 breast; Quinn St Pierre (10) in the 9-10 boys 200 breast; Gabby Szalkai (13) in the 13-14 girls 200 fly

Meet Records

Hillary Metcalfe in the 13-14 girls 200 breast, 2:39.70 & 800 free, 9:34.15

Justin Schramm in the 15 & over boys 200 fly, 2:14.53

100% best times

Chelsea Borrowdale, Sarah Buckingham, Bryce Dong, Mackenzie Dong, Josie Field, Alysse Franklin, Bailey Herbert, Brayden Kells, Joshua Kim, Mary Langhorst, Ellen Lansing, Bennett MacDonald, Kelley MacDonald, Hugh McNeill and Pearl Schramm.

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