Suriname’s Renzo Tjon A Joe Wins, SOFLO’s Banks, Nazario Fifth On Day Four Of CCCAN Swimming Championships In Barbados


By Sharon Robb

CHRISTCHURCH, BARBADOS, July 2, 2019—Suriname’s Renzo Tjon A Joe was top local finisher on Day Four of the 32nd Central American and Caribbean Aquatic Championships [CCCAN] Monday at National Aquatic Centre.

Tjon A Joe, 23, the fastest morning qualifier in 50.18, won the 100-meter freestyle in 50.35.

The national record holder who competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics and is the fastest swimmer in Surinamese history, swam at Westlake Prep School in Davie and trained with several Florida Gold Coast teams including Azura, SOFLO and Metro Aquatics.

Tjon A Joe will try and sweep the freestyles on Tuesday when he competes in the 50-meter freestyle.

South Florida Aquatic Club’s Gaby Banks, 16, of Jamaica was fifth in the 100-meter freestyle in 59.76. Her 50 split was 28.94.

SOFLO’s top boys finisher was Diego Nazario, 12, fifth in the 200-meter butterfly in a best time 2:27.55, dropping 1.32 seconds. Sebastian Lares of Panama was eighth in the 200-meter individual medley in 2:19.26 after going 2:18.08 in prelims.

After four days of competition, Mexico continues to dominate the medal count with 95 (39 gold, 32 silver, 24 bronze) ahead of Panama with 24, Puerto Rico with 22 and Bahamas with 21 medals.

Jamaica’s Gaby Banks of SOFLO and Nicholas Vale are shortlisted for the FINA Junior World Championship set for August 20-25 in Budapest, Hungary.

An estimated 500 athletes from 29 countries are competing. Several participants are trying to qualify for the World Championship and Pan American Games before the July 3 deadline.

Twenty eight countries are represented at the swimming championships including Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vicente and Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, and US Virgin Islands.

CCCAN is an age group swimming championship with 11-12, 13-14, 15-17 and 18-and-over age categories. The meet ends Tuesday.

The prelims and finals are being live streamed on the meet’s official Facebook page.

MONDAY RESULTS
GIRLS

200-meter individual medley:
11-12, 1. Laura Victoria Sanchez Campillo, MEX 2:28.60; 13-14, 1. Elan Daley, BER 2:25.44; 15-17, 1. Karen Rodriguez Cardenas, MEX 2:25.58, 11. Simone Vale, JAM 2:37.40; 18-and-over, 1. Julimar Avila, HON 2:23.58.

50-meter breaststroke:
11-12, 1. Kokolo Foster, JAM 35.26; 13-14, 1. Emily Santos, PAN 33.38; 15-17, 1. Elisa Alejandra Funes, ESA 35.19, 9. Gaby Banks 37.04; 18-and-over, 1. Anahi Schreuders, ARU 34.16.

100-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Elizabeth Jimenez Garrido, DOM 1:02.09; 13-14, 1. Miriam Sheehan, PUR 58.10; 15-17, 1. Logan Watson-Brown, BERAG 58.05, 5. Gaby Banks, JAM 59.76/1:00.68; 18-and-over, 1. Krystal Lara, DOM 57.50. 6. Cathy Cooper, PAN 59.90/59.95, 9. Lauren Hew, CAY 1:01.07.

200-meter butterfly:
13-14, 1. Aide Beatriz Diaz Lugo, MEX 2:21.60; 15-17, 1. Michelle Ramirez, HON 2:20.07; 18-and-over, 1. Mariana Sanchez Badillo, MEX 2:19.91.

4×200-meter freestyle relay:
15-17, 1. Mexico 8:43.58, 2. Honduras 9:04.55, 3. Trinidad & Tobago 9:05.05.

BOYS

200-meter individual medley:
11-12, 1. Raul Hernandez Diaz, MEX 2:23.07; 13-14, 1. Roberto Bonilla, GUA 2:12.10, 8. Sebastian Lares, PAN 2:19.26/2:18.08; 15-17, 1. Tyler Christianson, PAN 2:06.44, 8. Nicholas Vale, JAM 2:16.52/2:16.63; 18-and-over, 1. Carlos Kossio Mendez, MEX 2:07.56.

50-meter breaststroke:
11-12, 1. Braynsly Dirksz, ARU 33.49; 13-14, 1. Ludovic Lomon, GUADE 30.46; 15-17, 1. Andres Martijena Diaz, DOM 29.66; 18-and-over, 1. Edgar Crespo, PAN 27.90.

100-meter freestyle
11-12, 1. Marvin Johnson, BAH 57.36, 9. Diego Nazario, PUR 1:00.54; 13-14, 1. Rodrigo Ramos Chavez, MEX 53.47; 15-17, 1. Fernando Ponce, GUA 2:06.25; 16. Nicholas Vale, JAM 54.71; 18-and-over, 1. Renzo Tjon A Joe, SUR 50.35/50.18, 4. Sidrell Williams, JAM 51.95/52.83.

200-meter butterfly:
11-12, 1. Santiago Custodio Alcantara, MEX 2:21.03, 5. Diego Nazario, 2:27.55, time drop 1.32; 13-14, 1. Josean Massucco, PUR 2:06.86; 15-17, 1. Fernando Ponce, GUA 2:06.25; 18-and-under, 1. Carlos Kossio Mendez, MEX 2:04.29.

4×200-meter freestyle relay:
15-17, 1. Mexico 7:53.04, 2. Venezuela 8:05.71, 3. Bermuda 8:10.67; 18-and-over, 1. Mexico 7:51.48, 2. Panama 7:58.26, 3. Trinidad & Tobago 8:03.03.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Mexico Sweeps Open Distance Events; Panama Wins Relay With Cooper; SOFLO’s Lares, Banks, Nazario Swim Saturday


By Sharon Robb

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, June 28, 2019—Mexico got off to a good start in the distance events and mixed relays on opening day of the 32nd Central American and Caribbean Aquatic Championships [CCCAN] Friday at National Aquatic Centre.

Cathy Cooper led off Panama’s winning mixed 4×50-meter freestyle relay that won in 1:41.90.

SOFLO’s Gaby Banks and Nicholas Vale were relay members of Jamaica’s second place 15-17 4×50-meter freestyle relay in 1:43.08, lower than its entry time of 1:43.70.

Mexico swept three of the four mixed 4×50-meter freestyle relays.

Venezuela’s Maria Yegres, 13, had the fastest time in all age groups, winning the 13-14 800-meter freestyle in 9:04.80.

Mexico’s Axxel Salgado Salinas, 18, won the 18-and-over 1500-meter freestyle in 16:02.80, fastest time in all age groups.

Weather permitting, South Florida Aquatic Club and Florida Gold Coast swimmers race on Saturday.

Sebastian Lares, 14, will compete in four individual events and two relays: 13-14 100-meter backstroke, 400-meter individual medley, 200-meter individual medley and 200-meter backstroke.

Gaby Banks, 16, is seeded second in the 50-meter freestyle in 26.65. She will also swim the 50-meter butterfly, 200-meter breaststroke, 100-meter butterfly, 50-meter breaststroke, 100-meter freestyle and 100-meter breaststroke.

SOFLO’s Diego Nazario, 12, making his CCCAN debut, will represent Puerto Rico. The Silver Group swimmer is entered in the 100-meter butterfly, 50-meter butterfly, 100-meter freestyle, 200-meter butterfly and 50-meter freestyle.

Pine Crest alum and Kenyon College-bound Nicholas Vale are representing Jamaica. He will be joined by his younger sister, Simone Vale, 15, and Sidrell Williams, another Florida Gold Coast swimmer. Renzo Tjon A Joe, 23, will represent Suriname. Cathy Cooper, 19, is competing for Panama. Lauren Hew will represent the Cayman Islands.

Banks and Vale are also shortlisted for the FINA Junior World Championship set for August 20-25 in Budapest, Hungary.

An estimated 500 athletes from 29 countries are competing. Several participants are trying to qualify for the World Championship and Pan American Games before the July 3 deadline.

Twenty eight countries are represented at the swimming championships including Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vicente and Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, and US Virgin Islands.

CCCAN is an age group swimming championship with 11-12, 13-14, 15-17 and 18-and-over age categories. The meet ends Tuesday.

FRIDAY RESULTS
GIRLS

800-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Maria Yegres, VEN 9:04.80; 15-17, 1. Michelle Ramirez, HOND 9:14.59; 18-and-over, 1. Mariajose Lopez Lizarraga, MEX 9:14.70.

4×50-meter freestyle relay: 11-12, 1. Mexico 1:51.27, 2. Bahamas 1:52.00, 3. Dominican Republic 1:52.35; 13-14, 1. Mexico 1:45.09, 2. Bermuda 1:45.95, 3. Jamaica 1:46.72; 15-17, 1. Mexico 1:42.089, 2. Jamaica 1:43.08, 3. Puerto Rico 1:44.15; 18-and-over, 1. Panama 1:41.90, 2. Mexico 1:42.41, 3. Honduras 1:43.44.

BOYS

1500-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Alan Alejandro Gonzalez Mujica, MEX 16:23.56; 15-17, 1. Chance Conde, PUR 16:25.00; 18-and-over, 1. Axxel Salgado Salinas, MEX 16:02.80

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Sebastian Lares, Gaby Banks, FGC Swimmers Compete In CCCAN Swimming Championships That Begin Friday In Barbados


By Sharon Robb

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, June 27, 2019—South Florida Aquatic Club’s Sebastian Lares of Panama and Gaby Banks of Jamaica will compete in the 32nd Central American and Caribbean Aquatic Championships [CCCAN] at National Aquatic Centre.

Lares, 14, will compete in four individual events and two relays. He will compete in the 13-14 100-meter backstroke, 400-meter individual medley, 200-meter individual medley and 200-meter backstroke.

Banks, 16, is seeded second in the 50-meter freestyle in 26.65. She will also swim the 50-meter butterfly, 200-meter breaststroke, 100-meter butterfly, 50-meter breaststroke, 100-meter freestyle and 100-meter breaststroke.

Pine Crest alum and Kenyon College-bound Nicholas Vale will represent Jamaica. He will be joined by his younger sister, Simone Vale, 15, and Sidrell Williams, another Florida Gold Coast swimmer. Renzo Tjon A Joe, 23, will represent Suriname. Cathy Cooper, 19, will compete for Panama. Lauren Hew will represent the Cayman Islands.

Banks and Vale are also shortlisted for the FINA Junior World Championship set for August 20-25 in Budapest, Hungary.

An estimated 500 athletes from 29 countries are expected to compete in pool swimming. Several participants will try to qualify for the World Championship and Pan American Games before the July 3 deadline.

Twenty eight countries will be represented at the swimming championships including Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vicente and Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, and US Virgin Islands.

Barbados Aquatic Sports Association president Tony Selby said during the meet’s press conference that he expects a competitive meet.

“There is going to be a lot of competition in swimming,” Selby said. “I have had a look at the psych sheet and the competition is going to be stiff. Obviously, the powerhouses of the Caribbean are Trinidad and Bahamas, they will all be here as well trying to maintain glory to the English-speaking Caribbean over the Central American countries.”

According to Selby, Mexico has not competed in CCCAN for several years, and they are coming to make a statement with a large group of 81 athletes.

CCCAN is an age group swimming championship with 11-12, 13-14, 15-17 and 18-and-over age categories.

The swimming will be held from Friday to July 2. The races will be swam as preliminary qualifying heats in the morning and finals at night, a similar format to CARIFTA and other four- or five-day swim meets.

The Championships, which also features synchronized swimming, open water swimming and water polo, began on Monday.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO Makes History At FGC Senior Championships, Reaches New Level


By Sharon Robb

PEMBROKE PINES, March 25, 2019—South Florida Aquatic Club established itself as one of the all-time greatest swim clubs in Florida Gold Coast history on the third and final night of the FGC Senior Championships Sunday at Academic Village Pool.

SOFLO won the combined team title with 3,287 points for the first time in meet history. It was the first time SOFLO totaled 3,000 or more points in any Florida Gold Coast meet. Azura Florida Aquatics was second with 2,579 and East Coast Aquatic Club was third with 2,099 points.

SOFLO also won the boys team title with 1,663 points. Azura was second with 1,443 and Gulliver Swim Club was third with 965.

East Coast Aquatic Club won the girls team title with 1,990 points. SOFLO was runner-up with 1,624 and Azura was third with 1,136.

“The emotions were high,” SOFLO CEO and head coach Chris Anderson said. “It was great what they did accomplish. I need to remind the kids more how well they are doing, what they have accomplished, and reward them for what they did.

“We have improved the training environment we created. The talent we have in the water is easier to maintain when the expectations are there. There is a balance between age group and seniors. We have new superstars who are young and the superstars that were at JOs are now at the senior level.”

SOFLO secured its place in the record books and made history by winning both seniors and JO titles in the same short course season for the sixth time in the team’s 19-year history. Last weekend SOFLO won the FGC Junior Olympics for the ninth consecutive year and tenth overall.

SOFLO, with 190 swimmers in its diverse program, had 59 boys and girls compete in 350 individual events and 18 relays in 10 relay events over three days. The faces may change year from year, season to season, but the work ethic and training environment have not. The success, time drops and winning falls into place at major meets.

“I think I envisioned it, but it’s hard to say something like this would actually be accomplished,” Anderson said. “It’s very satisfying when it’s achieved.”

Anderson was impressed with his swimmers efforts across the board.

“The 15-16 boys depth and quality of their races and swims they had were just phenomenal,” Anderson said. “Look at the average of the 400 IM and 200 free for both men and women, our core events and you will see as a group they have improved tremendously.

“We put in a lot of work,” Anderson continued. “It’s been smart work, not just grinding and pounding. There’s a lot of enforcement of race pace and the kids are buying into what we are doing. They embrace it and break major barriers in the training environments.

“It’s also the maturity of the senior group and the work they put in at the tail end of last summer and high school season and winter training. ”

Among SOFLO’s individual winners on the final night of competition were:

Gaby Banks, 16, 50-yard freestyle, 23.68; 50-yard butterfly, third, 26.29.

Kathleen Golding, 18, 200-yard individual medley, 2:04.58.

Dominic Bono, 15, 1,650-yard freestyle, 16:18.14.

Other top three SOFLO finishers were:

Mallory Schleicher, 1,650-yard freestyle, second 17:17.50.

Lance Lesage, 100-yard backstroke, second, 51.30.

Miguel Sierra, 50-yard butterfly, second, 23.52.

Juan Pablo Pineda, 100-yard breaststroke, second, 59.03.

Molly Golding, 100-yard breaststroke, third 1:07.38.

Olivia Dinehart, 100-yard breaststroke, third, 1:05.44.

Mary Smutny, 50-yard freestyle, third, 23.97.

SOFLO boys were second in the 400-yard medley relay.

SOFLO girls were third in the 200-yard medley relay.

Next up is spring break and pool games. Then on April 1 summer long course season training begins with pre-season, technique training and staff meetings.

“Then we crank it up,” Anderson said.

SUNDAY RESULTS

COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. South Florida Aquatic Club 3,287.5, 2. Azura Florida Aquatics 2,579.5, 3. East Coast Aquatic Club 2,099.5, 4. Gulliver 1,974, 5. St. Andrew’s 1,371.5, 6. Pine Crest 1,044.5, 7. TS Aquatics 861, 8. Swim Fort Lauderdale 776, 9. Metro Aquatics 741.5, 10. River City Aquatics 678.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. South Florida Aquatic Club 1,663.5, 2. Azura 1,443, 3. Gulliver 965.5, 4. Pine Crest 606, 5. St. Andrew’s 594, 6. River City 592, 7. Metro Aquatics 551.5, 8. Swim Fort Lauderdale 429, 9. TS Aquatics 360, 10. City of Hialeah 336.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. East Coast 1,990.5, 2. South Florida Aquatic Club 1,624, 3. Azura 1,136.5, 4. Gulliver 1,008.5, 5. St. Andrew’s 777.5, 6. TS Aquatics 501, 7. Pine Crest 438.5, 8. Swim Fort Lauderdale 347, 9. City of Hialeah 256, 10. YMCA of South Florida 213.5.

HIGH POINT AWARDS:
GIRLS: 15-16, 1. Anna Auld, East Coast 182 and Megan Murphy, East Coast 182; SOFLO: 7. Mallory Schleicher 136, 8. Molly Golding 125, 12. Gaby Banks 102, 17. Sara Quintero 78, 21. Sarah Acevedo 69, 31. Paige Lane 46, 42. Jacqueline Lugo 30.50, 43. Michelle Marinheiro 29, 46. Lucy Smutny 24, 54. Katrina Del Vecchio 14, 58. Jennamarie Brames 13, 61. tie, Alana Deo and Jena Legaspi, 11.

GIRLS OPEN: 1. Chade Nersicio, East Coast 191; SOFLO: 2. Mary Smutny 170, 7. Kathleen Golding 135.50, 11. Olivia Dinehart 99, 19. Sally Golding 67, 23. Maya Coffey 56, 27. Hailey Jerew 53, 34. Elena Dinehart 38, 62. Sabrina Osorio 12, 71. Victoria Torres 4, 75. Alexis Christensen 3, 76. Madeline Smutny 2, 78. Sofia Osorio 1.

BOYS 15-16: 1. Kyle Korvick, Gulliver 200; SOFLO: 5. Philopatier Ibrahim 136, 6. Lance Lesage 127.50, 12. Dominic Bono 99, 13. Miguel Sierra 98, 15. Juan Pablo Pineda 93, 19. Javier Roman 85.50, 21. Robert Wilson 78, 26. Juan Colmenares 70.50, 27. Michael Arias 61, 29. John Paul Handal 57, 30. Nicolas Rossi 56, 45. Nicolas Munoz 22, 46. Nicholas Chaimowicz 20, 48. Yannai Michael 18.50, 77. Juancamilo Rivero 3, 79. Manuel Melendez 2.

BOYS OPEN: 1. Steven Aimable, Azura 176; SOFLO: 3. Rafael Rodriguez 163, 23. Leonardo Mateus 65, 28. Sebastian Lares 50, 54. Alex Golding 20, 60. Alejandro Mateus 15, 61. Christian Tijero 14, 69. Juan Colmenares 7, 72. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 6, 83. Juan Serna 2.50.

GIRLS
1,650-yard freestyle:
15-16, 1. Anna Auld, ECAC 16:57.87; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 17:17.50, 4. Sarah Acevedo 17:49.59, 6. Michelle Marinheiro 18:34.15; Open, 1. Shauna Abair, ECAC 17:06.06.

200-yard medley relay:
Open, 1. East Coast 1:44.17, 2. Azura 1:44.55, 3. SOFLO A 1:45.70 (Mary Smutny, Olivia Dinehart, Kathleen Golding, Gaby Banks). 9. SOFLO B 1:52.58 (Elena Dinehart, Molly Golding, Maya Coffey, Hailey Jerew).

100-yard backstroke:
15-16, 1. Megan Murphy, ECAC 57.02; SOFLO: 13. Mallory Schleicher 1:01.02, 14. Sara Quintero 1:01.83; Open, 1. Celina Marquez, Azura 53.60; SOFLO: 5. Mary Smutny 58.18, 11. Elena Dinehart 59.40, 12. Maya Coffey 1:01.71.

50-yard butterfly:
15-16, 1. Megan Murphy, ECAC 25.52; SOFLO: 3. Gaby Banks 26.29, 9. Katrina Del Vecchio 27.33, 13. Jacqueline Lugo 27.70; Open, 1. Chade Nersicio, ECAC 24.83; SOFLO: 4. Mary Smutny 25.75, 7. Kathleen Golding 26.37, 8. Hailey Jerew 26.56, 14. Maya Coffey 26.47.

100-yard breaststroke:
15-16, 1. Lucia Miller, SAS 1:05.70; SOFLO: 3. Molly Golding 1:07.38; Open, 1. Patricia Casellas, Azura 1:04.34; SOFLO: 3. Olivia Dinehart 1:05.44, 8. Sally Golding 1:08.95, 12. Hailey Jerew 1:07.42.

50-yard freestyle:
15-16, 1. Gaby Banks, SOFLO 23.68; SOFLO: 6. Paige Lane 24.96; Open, 1. Allyson Ponson, Unattached 23.19; SOFLO: 3. Mary Smutny 23.97, 5. Hailey Jerew 24.18, 12. Kathleen Golding 24.92.

200-yard individual medley:
15-16, 1. Emily Trieschmann, SAS 2:04.87; SOFLO: 6. Sara Quintero 2:12.87, 7. Molly Golding 2:13.44; Open, 1. Kathleen Golding, SOFLO 2:04.58; SOFLO: 4. Olivia Dinehart 2:09.26, 8. Sally Golding 2:13.18, 11. Olivia Dinehart 2:14.17.

400-yard medley relay:
Open, 1. Azura 3:48.35, 2. East Coast 3:53.40, 3. St. Andrew’s 3:56.35, 5. SOFLO B 3:58.84 (Mary Smutny, Olivia Dinehart, Kathleen Golding, Gaby Banks), 7. SOFLO A 4:03.34 (Elena Dinehrt, Molly Golding, Sarah Acevedo, Paige Lane).

BOYS
1,650-yard freestyle:
15-16, 1. Dominic Bono, SOFLO 16:18.14; SOFLO: 4. Nicolas Rossi 16:42.82, 7. Nicholas Chaimowicz 17:08.47; Open 1, Rodolfo Falcon, Azura 15:44.18; SOFLO: 3. Leonardo Mateus 16:35.10, 9. Christian Tijero 18:23.99.

200-yard medley relay:
Open, 1. Azura A 1:33.79, 2. St. Andrew’s 1:34.70, 3. Azura B 1:35.21, 6. SOFLO A 1:36.21 (Lance Lesage, Juan Pablo Pineda, Rafael Rodriguez, Michael Arias), 9. SOFLO B 1:38.22 (Sebastian Lares, Javier Roman, Miguel Sierra, Robert Wilson).

100-yard backstroke:
15-16, 1. Joshua Balbi, SAS 50.64; SOFLO: 2. Lance Lesage 51.30, 9. Miguel Sierra 54.95, 12. Juan Colmenares 55.12; Open, 1. Steven Aimable, Azura 49.34; SOFLO: 8. Rafael Rodriguez 52.99.

50-yard butterfly:
15-16, 1. Joshua Balbi, SAS 23.04; SOFLO: 2. Miguel Sierra 23.52, 6. Robert Wilson 24.44, 12. Juan Colmenares 24.73 and Lance Lesage 24.73; Open, 1. Runar Borgen, PAQ 21.69; SOFLO: 8. Rafael Rodriguez 23.42.

100-yard breaststroke:
15-16, 1. Joshua Hanks, PC 56.53; SOFLO: 2. Juan Pablo Pineda 59.03, 4. Javier Roman 1:01.33; Open, 1. Daniel Seabaugh, RCA 57.95, 2. Brandon Moran, Azura 58.32, 3. Andrew Rogatinsky, PST 58.58.

50-yard freestyle:
15-16, 1. Reese Branzell, LLL 21.10, 2. Kyle Korvick, GRSC 21.41, 3. Joshua Hanks, PC 21.43; SOFLO: 7. Michael Arias 21.97, 9. Robert Wilson 22.32; Open, 1. Runar Borgen, PAZ 20.54, 2. Luciano Gonzalez, Azura 20.63, 3. Steven Aimable, Azura 20.92.

200-yard individual medley:
15-16, 1. Joshua Hanks, PC 1:53.25, 2. Kyle Korvick, GRSC 1:54.34; 3. Philopatier Ibrahim, SOFLO 1:58.09; SOFLO: 8. Dominic Bono 2:00.14, 10. Javier Roman 2:03.49, 13. Juan Colmenares 2:00.17; Open, 1. Matheo Mateos, Azura 1:51.49, 2. Juan Zapata, Azura 1:51.75, 3. Daniel Seabaugh, RCA 1:53.58; SOFLO: 4. Rafael Rodriguez 1:54.28.

400-yard medley relay:
1. Azura B 3:27.96, 2. SOFLO A 3:29.30 (Lance Lesage, Juan Pablo Pineda, Rafael Rodriguez, Michael Arias), 3. St. Andrew’s 3:29.94, 5. SOFLO B 3:34.23 (Sebastian Lares, Javier Roman, Miguel Sierra, Robert Wilson).

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Mary Smutny Finishes Third On Final Day Of Speedo Winter Junior National East Meet; SOFLO Finishes 15th


By Sharon Robb

GREENSBORO, N.C., December 8, 2018–Mary Smutny of South Florida Aquatic Club wrapped up an outstanding meet on the fourth and final day of the Speedo Winter Junior Nationals East Championship Saturday at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Smutny, 18, after finishing first and second in the last two days, finished third in the 200-yard butterfly in a best time 1:56.69. Her time drop was 0.24. She went out in 56.19 and came home in 1:00.50. She was the fifth fastest in prelims in 1:58.36. She was seeded fifth in the 1:56.93.

South Florida Aquatic Club finished 15th among 70 teams in the women’s field. Smutny scored 53 of her team’s points.

Mason Manta Rays won the combined and men’s team titles and Nashville Aquatic Club won the women’s title.

One meet record was broken on the final day.

Alex Walsh, 17, of Nashville Aquatic Club won the 200-yard breaststroke in a meet record and best time 2:06.02. The previous mark was 2:07.44. Walsh finished with 73 points.

Her sister, Gretchen Walsh, the fastest 15-year-old 100 freestyler in history, won the sprint event in 47.79. Defending champion Kelly Pash was fourth. Walsh is now second all-time fastest in the 15-16 age group behind Simone Manuel’s 47.73 in 2013.

Swim Atlanta’s Jake Magahey, winner of the 500 freestyle, also won the 1,650-yard freestyle in 14:51.54, the only swimmer to crack 15 minutes.

Carson Foster, 17, wrapped up an outstanding meet with a win the 200-yard backstroke in a best time 1:41.20. He dropped 4/10ths of a second off his previous best. He finished with 60 points while his older brother Jake, 18, finished with 80 points.

SOFLO had six swimmers qualify for the meet. They were: Gaby Banks, Kathleen Golding, Molly Golding, Rafael Rodriguez, Hailey Jerew and Mary Smutny.

The meet started an hour early because of bad weather.

SATURDAY RESULTS

COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. Mason Manta Rays 698, 2. SwimMAC 653.5, 3. Dynamo 433.5, 4. Carmel 340.5, 5. Michigan Lakeshore 284; FLORIDA TEAMS: 7. Gator Swim Club 242, 18. Sarasota Tsunami 45, 23. Bolles 19.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Mason Manta Rays 537, 2. SwimMAC 313.5, 3. Dynamo 287.5, 4. Enfinity 231, 5. SwimAtlanta 208; FLORIDA TEAMS: 10. Gator Swim Club 106, 12. Episcopal AmberJax 80, 19. East Coast Aquatic Team 38, 21. Sarasota Tsunmai 32, 22. North Florida 29, 24. Gator Swim Club 22, 36. Trinity Prep 17.5, 37. Bolles 17, 67. T2 Aquatics 2, 69. Area Tallahassee 1.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Nashville Aquatic Club 393, 2. SwimMAC 340, 3. Chelsea Piers 286.5, 4. TAC Titans 277, 5. Cardinal Aquatics 165; FLORIDA TEAMS: 11. Gator Swim Club 136, 13. Laker Swim 106, 15. South Florida Aquatic Club 64, 36. Sarasota Tsunami 13, 39. Greater Tampa 11, 48. tie, Sarasota YMCA, North Palm Beach 6, 57. Blue Dolfins 4, 65. Bolles 2.

WOMEN

1,650-yard freestyle: 1. Lola Mull, MMA 16:12.26, 2. Abigail McCulloh, SA 16:25.45, 3. Elizabeth Boeckman, CPAC 16:30.63; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 12. Michele Morgan, PS 16:39.95, 15. Michael Mattes, SYS 16:43.55, 21. Anna Auld, ECAC 16:49.35, 22. Emily Trieschmann, SAS 16:49.72, 30. Leah George, Bolles 16:55.78, 35. Shannon Campbell, LA 17:07.35, 40. Alix Roy, HIGH 17:24.20.

200-yard backstroke: 1. Claire Curzan, TAC 1:53.09, 2. Caitlin Brooks, GSC 1:53.89, 3. Kathryn Ackerman, MLA 1:54.37; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 5. Talia Bates, GSC 1:55.73, 13. Summer Stanfield, STRM 1:58.02.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Gretchen Walsh, NAC 47.79, 2. Isabel Ivey, LAKR 48.32, 3. Kate Douglass, CPAC 48.81; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 11. Talia Bates, GSC 49.97, 19. Ryley Ober, SRQ 50.52, 20. Olivia Taylor, YCF 50.68; SOFLO: 20. Kathleen Golding 50.68, finals; 50.39 prelims, 129. Hailey Jerew 54.27.

200-yard breaststroke: 1. Alex Walsh, NAC 2:06.02, 2. Abby Arens, MOR 2:08.46, 3. Ella Nelson, NAC 2:09.30; SOFLO: 95. Molly Golding 2:23.47.

200-yard butterfly: 1. Charlotte Hook, TAC 1:55.67, 2. Grace Sheble, NOVA 1:56.25, 3. Mary Smutny, SOFLO 1:56.69; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 11. Sara Stotler 1:59.61, 23. Jennifer Secrest, NPB 2:01.64; SOFLO: Kathleen Golding, NS.

4×100-yard freestyle relay: 1. Nashville Aquatic Club 3:18.63, 2. Swim MAC 3:19.56, 3. Chelsea Piers 3:20.59; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 10. Laker Swim 3:25.19, 17. Blue Dolfins 3:27.87, 22. St. Andrew’s 3:29.69. 24. East Coast Aquatic Club 3:30.54, 25. Bolles 3:30.64, 28. Greater Tampa 3:31.24, 31. Storm 3:32.40, 36. Loggerhead 3:35.00, 37. Highlander 3:25.05, 38. SOFLO 3:36.53 (Mary Smutny, Molly Golding, Hailey Jerew, Gaby Banks).

MEN

1,650-yard freestyle: 1. Jake Magahey, SA 14:51.54, 2. Arik Katz, SRQ 15:01.92, 3. Jake Mitchell, SC 15:09.39; SOFLO: Rafael Rodriguez, DFS; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 8. Jack Vandeusen, Bolles 15:20.58, 22. Brendan Peacock, SWIM 15:37.68, 28. Chance Conde, Bolles 15:45.43, 31. Wesley Hyde, CFM 15:47.28, 36. Ryan Staunch, SWIM 15:52.53, 44. James Kim, EAJ 15:58.56, 54. Zachary Brewer, FSLA 16:12.08, 55. Riley Sampson, CFM 16:12.58, 57. Rafael Ponce De Leon, Bolles 16:24.05

200-yard backstroke: 1. Carson Foster, RAYS 1:41.20, 2. Wyatt Davis, CSC 1:43.84, 3. Noah Young, RAYS 1:44.34; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 16. Ethan McCloud, TCSC 1:49.00, 17. Josh Zuchowski, FAST 1:46.77.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Jack Alexy, SHY 43.44, 2. Adam Chaney, RAYS 43.67, 3. Kimani Gregory, RXA 43.95; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 7. Luke Uttley, TPA 44.64, 10. Julian Hill, GSC 44.55, 12. Jan Collazo Torres, TPA 44.75.

200-yard breaststroke: 1. Josh Matheny, PEAQ 1:55.27, 2. Jake Foster, RAYS 1:56.01, 3. Paul Degrado, EAJ 1:57.55.

200-yard butterfly: 1. Jean-Pierre Khouzam, DR 1:44.41, 2. Sterling Crane, EAJ 1:45.62, 3. Noah Henderson, STAR 1:46.10; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 4. Tyler Watson 1:46.74, 10. Jace Crawford 1:47.46, 15. Mason Laur, T2 1:49.47, 18. Peyton Warner, GSC 1:49.49, 21. Nick Rogers, STRM 1:50.48; SOFLO: 66. Rafael Rodriguez 1:52.44.

4×100-yard freestyle relay: 1. Dynamo 2:59.08, 2. Mason Manta Rays 2:59.21, 3. SwimMAC 3:01.23; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 16. Gator Swim Club 3:06.30, 24. Patriot Aquatics 3:10.27, 25. Bolles 3:10.73, 25. Bolles 3:10.73, 26. Sarasota Tsunami 3:11.31.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Mary Smutny Takes Second At Speedo Winter Junior National East Meet; SOFLO Women 15th Among 55 Teams


By Sharon Robb

GREENSBORO, N.C., December 7, 2018–For the second year in a row, Mary Smutny of South Florida Aquatic Club finished runner-up in the 200-yard freestyle Friday at the Speedo Winter Junior Nationals East Championship at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Coming off her stunning first-place performance in the 500-yard freestyle on Thursday, Smutny, 18, came back to finish second in a close race in 1:45.75.

In an exciting finish, Smutny finished just behind Cora Dupre of Mason Manta Rays in 1:45.27. Dupre went out hard hammering the first half in 50.81 and held on in the back half for the win.

In prelims, Smutny was eighth fastest in 1:47.57. Dupre was third fastest in 1:46.86.

SOFLO teammate Kathleen Golding, 18, was 12th in the 400-yard individual medley in 4:18.06. She was tenth fastest in morning prelims in 4:12.46.

South Florida Aquatic Club women’s team is 15th among a field of 55 teams with 48 points.

Nashville Aquatic Club continues to lead with 297 points. Mason Manta Rays have all but clinched the men’s title with 409 points and lead the combined with 549 points ahead of SwimMAC with 474.5.

SOFLO has six swimmers competing during the four-day meet: Gaby Banks, Kathleen Golding, Molly Golding, Rafael Rodriguez, Hailey Jerew and Mary Smutny.

Two more meet records and one national age group record were broken on Day 3.

In a battle of brothers, Carson Foster of Mason Manta Rays won the 400-yard individual medley in a meet record 3:40.86. The previous record was 3:43.64. Jake Foster was second in 3:43.64.

Sterling Crane of Episcopal AmberJax won the 100-yard butterfly in 47.22 ahead of Jean-Pierre Khousam of Dayton Raiders in 47.26.

Chelsea Piers won the 4×50-yard freestyle relay in 1:29.04, both national age group and meet records. Relay members were Bridget Semenuk, Sophia Moore, Maxine Parker and Kate Douglass. The previous record was 1:30.09 by SwimMac set in 2015.

South Florida Aquatic Club was 15th in 1:34.13, second highest finish among Florida teams, with relay swimmers Hailey Jerew, Kathleen Golding, Mary Smutny and Gaby Banks finishing ahead of Laker Swim, Bolles, East Coast Aquatic Club, Blue Dolfins, Greater Tampa and St. Andrew’s.

Swimmers competing in the winter junior championship are competing at the specific location (East or West) as determined by the LSC in which they are registered with USA Swimming. The West meet is being hosted at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin.

The East meet, both prelims and finals, are being webcast live at usaswimming.org. On Saturday, the fourth and final day, prelims are 9 a.m., 1,650-yard freestyle at 2 p.m. and finals at 5 p.m.

FRIDAY RESULTS

COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. Mason Manta Rays 549, 2. SwimMAC 474.5, 3. Dynamo 308.5, 4. Carmel 216.5, 5. Michigan Lakeshore 215; FLORIDA TEAMS: 6. Gator Swim Club 196, 17. Sarasota Tsunami 28, 22. Bolles 8.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Mason Manta Rays 409, 2. SwimMAC 230.5, 3. Dynamo 208.5, 4. Enfinity 177, 5. SwimAtlanta 141; FLORIDA TEAMS: 10. Gator Swim Club 97, 14. Episcopal AmberJac 40, 18. East Coast Aquatic 26.5, 25. Sarasota Tsunami 15, 26. North Florida 14, 30. Gator Swim Club 13, 39. Bolles 6, 56. tie, Trinity Prep 1, Area Tallahassee 1.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Nashville Aquatic Club 297, 2. SwimMAC 244, 3. TAC Titans 209, 4. Chelsea Piers 197.5, 5. Mason Manta Rays 140; FLORIDA TEAMS: 8. Gator Swim Club 99, 13. Laker Swim 75, 15. South Florida Aquatic Club 48, 31. Sarasota Tsunami 13, 34. Greater Tampa 11, 42. North Palm Beach 6, 46. tie, Sarasota YMCA 4 and Blue Dolfins 4, 53. Bolles 2.

WOMEN

400-yard individual medley: 1. Grace Sheble, NOVA 4:06.35, 2. Kathryn Ackerman, MLA 4:07.79, 3. Isabel Gormley, AGUA 4:08.80; SOFLO: 12. Kathleen Golding 4:18.06; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 15. Summer Stanfield 4:19.73, 22. Olivia McMurray, SWIM 4:20.48.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Claire Curzan, TAC 51.92, 2. Kate Douglass, CPAC 51.95, 3. Gabi Albiero, CARD 51.97; SOFLO: 26. Mary Smutny 55.00; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 4. ISabel Ivey, LAKR 52.11, 6. Talia Bates, GSC 53.05, 13. Abby Gibbons, BD 54.02, 15. Jennifer Secrest, NPB 54.53, 20. Caroline Cooper, HIGH 54.73.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Cora Dupre, RAYS 1:45.27, 2. Mary Smutny, SOFLO 1:45.75, 3. Kelly Pash. CSC 1:46.21; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 6. Ryley Ober, SRQ 1:46.97, 7. Isabel Ivey, LAKR 1:47.98, 13. Ella Bathurst, GTSA 1:48.76, 21. Savannah Barr, SYS 1:48.70, 24. Adair Sand, BOLLES 1:52.58.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Taylor Steele, CAC 1:00.54, 2. Sophia Zhang, AGUA 1:00.83, 3. Janessa Mathews, OSSC 1:00.90; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 10. Ella Bathurst, GTSA 1:02.19; SOFLO: 112. Molly Golding 1:07.08, 117. Hailey Jerew 1:08.34.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Alex Walsh, NAC 50.88, 2. Gretchen Walsh, NAC 51.75, 3. Isabel Ivey, LAKR 52.19; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 5. Caitlin Brooks, GSC 52.70, 8. Talia Bates, GSC 53.68, 22. Mary Kate Kelley, EAJ 55.14.

4×50-yard freestyle relay: 1. Chelsea Piers 1:29.04 (Bridget Semenuk, Sophia Moore, Maxine Parker, Kate Douglas), 2. Nashville Aquatic Club 1:30.25, 3. SwimMAC 1:31.47; 15. SOFLO 1:34.13 (Hailey Jerew, Kathleen Golding, Mary Smutny, Gaby Banks); FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 12. Gator Swim Club 1:33.79, 17. Laker Swim 1:34.38, 18. Bolles 1:34.41, 24. East Coast Aquatic Club 1:35.04, 26. Blue Dolfins 1:35.08, 30. Greater Tampa 1:35.80, 33. St. Andrew’s 1:36.77, 39. Highlander 1:37.86, 41. Sarasota YMCa 1:38.70, 42. Storm 1:38.89, 43. Loggerhead Aquatics 1:39.02.

MEN

400-yard individual medley: 1. Carson Foster, RAYS 3:40.86, 2. Jake Foster, RAYS 3:43.64, 3. Owen Conley, DR 3:46.25; SOFLO: 115. Rafael Rodriguez 4:06.66; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 5. Tyler Watson, NFS 3:51.03, 22. Mason Laur, T2 3:59.09.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Sterling Crane, EAJ 47.22, 2. Jean-Pierre Khouzam, DR 47.26, 3. Max Edwards, EAC 47.47; SOFLO: 102. Rafael Rodriguez 51.31; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 16. Ryland Sun, ATAC 49.65, 21. Luke Uttley, TPA 49.25.

200-yard freestyle: 1. John Walker, MAC 1:34.16, 2. Julian Hill, GSC 1:35.14, 3. Jack Wright, ANSC 1:35.43; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 12. Peyton Werner, GSC 1:37.61, 16. Luke Uttley, TPA 1:39.08, 24. Trevor McGovern, GSC 1:42.86.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Josh Matheny, PEAQ 52.89, 2. Jake Foster, RAYS 53.20, 3. Paul Degrado, EAJ 54.06.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Adam Chaney, RAYS 47.26, 2. Wyatt Davis, CSC 47.41, 3. Jacob Eismann, OSSC 47.71; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 16. Hayden Kwan, USC 49.12, 18. Josh Zuchowski, FAST 49.08.

4×50-yard freestyle relay: 1. Mason Manta Rays 1:19.98 (Carson Foster, Noah Young, Jake Foster, Adam Chaney), 2. Dynamo 1:21.93, 3. SwimMAC 1:22.00; FLORIDA SWIMMERS: 12. Gator Swim Club 1:23.77, 25. Bolles 1:25.97, 26. Patriot Aquatics 1:26.37, 30. Sarasota Tsunami 1:27.15, 32. Bolles 1:27.98.

SATURDAY SCHEDULE

1,650-yard freestyle, 200-yard backstroke, 100-yard freestyle, 200-yard breaststroke, 200-yard butterfly, 4×100-yard freestyle relay

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Relays Kick Off Speedo Winter Junior Nationals-East Meet With National Age Group, Meet Records; SOFLO Competes In First Relay


By Sharon Robb

GREENSBORO, N.C., December 5, 2018–South Florida Aquatic Club got its first race under its belt Wednesday at the Speedo Winter Junior Nationals East Championship at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

The foursome of Kathleen and Molly Golding, Mary Smutny and Gaby Banks competed in the 4×200-yard freestyle relay and finished in 7:39.25 and was the top Florida Gold Coast finisher.

Nashville Aquatic Club swept the women’s 4×50-yard medley relay and 4×200-yard freestyle relay with the same foursome of Alex Walsh, Ella Nelson, Lauren Hurt and Gretchen Walsh. The 4×50 won in 1:38.32 and 4×200 won in 7:11.69.

In the men’s relay competition, the Mason Manta Rays broke the 15-18 national age group record in the 4×200-yard freestyle by nearly seven seconds in 6:23.97 with brothers Carson and Jake Foster, Jacob McDonald and Adam Chaney. The previous record was 6:28.25.

The Mason Manta Rays also won the 50-yard medley relay in a meet record 1:26.52 with the same foursome. The previous record was 1:27.11.

SOFLO has six swimmers competing in the four-day meet. Gaby Banks, Kathleen Golding, Molly Golding and Rafael Rodriguez head the contingent. Hailey Jerew and Mary Smutny will swim unattached for SOFLO.

Swimmers competing in the winter junior championship are competing at the specific location (East or West) as determined by the LSC in which they are registered with USA Swimming.

The West meet is being hosted at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin.

The East meet, both prelims and finals, are being webcast live at usaswimming.org. On Thursday and Friday prelims are 9.m. and finals 5 p.m. On Saturday prelims are 9 a.m., 1,650-yard freestyle at 2 p.m. and finals at 5 p.m.

WEDNESDAY RESULTS

COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. SwimMac 192, 2. Mason Manta Rays 166, 3. Dynamo 124, 4. SwimAtlanta 65, 5. Michigan Lakeshore 66; Florida Teams: 7. Gator Swim Club 48, 9. Bolles 8.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Mason Manta Rays 112, 2. Dynamo 84, 3. SwimMAC 80, 4. SwimAtlanta 46, 5. Dayton Raiders 42; Florida Teams: 10. Gator Swim Club 30, 13. Sarasota Tsunami 10, 16. Bolles 6.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. SwimMAC 112, 2. Nashville Aquatic Club 80, 3. Mason Manta Rays 54, 4. Dynamo 40, 5. NOVA of Virginia Aquatics 36; Florida Teams: 14. Gator Swim Club 18, 19. Sarasota YMCA Sharks 4, 20. Bolles 2.

WOMEN

4×50-yard medley relay:
1. Nashville Aquatic Club 1:38.32 (Alex Walsh, Ella Nelson, Lauren Hurt, Gretchen Walsh), 2. TAC Titans 1:39.53, 3. Chelsea Piers 1:39.53, 19. Bolles B 1:44.00, 22. Blue Dolfins 1:44.34, 27. Greater Tampa 1:44.72, 30. East Coast Aquatic Club (Megan Murphy, Paige Maceachern, Madison Cummings, Chade Nersicio), 35. St. Andrew’s 1:46.16 (Aspen Gersper, Shayna Fetes, Emily Trieschmann, Lucy Miller).

4×200-yard freestyle relay:
1. Nashville Aquatic Club 7:11.69 (Gretchen Walsh, Ella Nelson, Lauren Hurt, Alex Walsh), 2. SwimMAC B 7:16.42, 3. SwimMAC 7:16.59, 15. Sarasota YMCA 7:28.38, 16. Bolles 7:28.40, 17. Gator Swim Club 7:28.89, 31. Greater Tampa 7:38.05, 32. SOFLO Unattached 7:39.25 (Kathleen Golding, Molly Golding, Mary Smutny, Gaby Banks), 36. East Coast Aquatic Club 7:43.56 (Ella Martinez, Madison Cummings, Paige Maceachern, Anna Auld).

MEN

4×50-yard medley relay: 1. Mason Manta Rays 1:26.52 (Carson Foster, Jake Foster, Jacob McDonald, Adam Chaney), 2. Enfinity Aquatic Club 1:29.06, 3. Michigan Lakeshore 1:29.88; Florida Teams: 16. Gator Swim Club 1:32.46, 24. Bolles 1:34.12, 31. Blue Dolfins 1:35.80, 33. Bolles B 1:36.42

4×200-yard freestyle relay: 1. Mason Manta Rays 6:23.97, 2. Carmel Swim Club 6:30.94, 3. SwimMAC 5:35.02; Florida Teams: 5. Gator Swim Club 6:37.19, 12. Sarasota Tsunami 6:45.38, 14. Bolles A 6:46.36, 27. Bolles B 7:00.83.

THURSDAY SCHEDULE

Men’s and women’s 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle, 4×100-yard medley relay.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com