SOFLO’s Lance Lesage Wins Closest Race Of The Day At FIU Spring LC Invitational


By Sharon Robb

NORTH MIAMI, May 20, 2018—In the most exciting race of the day, Lance Lesage of South Florida Aquatic Club outsprinted Sean Arrington of Miami Swimming by 7/100ths of a second in the 100-meter backstroke Sunday at the FIU Spring Long Course Invitational at FIU Aquatic Center.

Lesage, 15, won in 1:05.69. Arrington, 20, finished in 1:05.76. Arrington was the fastest seed in the event in 1:02.19. Lesage was second fastest in 1:02.26.

SOFLO swept the 400-meter freestyle girls and boys events. Paige Lane, 15, won in 4:47.57. Leonardo Mateus, 16, won in 4:38.79.

SOFLO boys swept the top four spots in the 100-meter freestyle with Rafael Rodriguez, 16, winning in 56.44 followed by Robert Wilson, 15, Heath Brames, 18, and Juan Pineda, 15.

SOFLO swept the top three spots in the 200-meter breaststroke with Juan Pineda, 15, winning in 2:42.68.

Brennan Binder, 14, broke 5 minutes for the first time in the 400-meter freestyle in a best time 4:49.84. His previous best was 5:00.51.

Shayna Blitz, 13, turned in a nice time drop in the 200-meter breaststroke. The teenager finished eighth in 3:38.20 improving her previous best of 4:02.36.

Other big time drops were:

Mallory Schleicher, 14, second, 100-meter backstroke, 1:15.95, drop from 1:19.13.

Jenna Brames, 14, sixth, 100-meter backstroke, 1:20.95, drop from 1:30.86 and 14th, 100-meter freestyle, 1:09.65, drop from 1:17.38.

SUNDAY RESULTS
WOMEN

200-meter individual medley:
Open, 1. Carita Luukkanen, Golden Panther 2:28.78; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 2:38.52, 4. Kayla Cunningham 2:40.98, 5. Sara Quintero 2:41.88, 6. Sally Golding 2:46.24, 7. Victoria Torres 2:48.56, 10. Jena Legaspi 2:53.19.

100-meter backstroke:
Open, 1. Melannie Vargas, Golden Panther 1:10.79; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 1:15.95, 3. Sara Quintero 1:17.04, 4. Sofia Osorio 1:19.30, 5. Rebekah Ling 1:20.60, 6. Jenna Brames 1:20.95, time drop.

100-meter freestyle:
Open, 1. Kyla Valls, Miami Swimming 58.28; SOFLO: 3. Paige Lane 1:02.18, 4. Jessica Rodriguez 1:05.16, 5. Gaby Banks 1:05.19, 7. Kayla Cunningham 1:07.49, 8. Maya Coffey 1:07.53.

200-meter breaststroke:
Open, 1. Carita Luukkanen, Golden Panther 2:42.94; SOFLO: 3. Sabrina Osorio 3:07.10, 8. Shayna Blitz 3:38.20, time drop.

100-meter butterfly:
Open, 1. Letizia Bertelli, Golden Panther 1:05.98; SOFLO: 2. Paige Lane 1:07.21, 4. Jessica Rodriguez 1:10.92, 6. Gaby Banks 1:12.50, 8. Sara Quintero 1:13.28, 9. Kayla Cunningham 1:13.88, 10. Sally Golding 1:17.50.

400-meter freestyle:
Open, 1. Paige Lane, SOFLO 4:47.57; SOFLO: 4. Gaby Banks 5:04.56, 6. Maya Coffey 5:13.51.

MEN

200-meter individual medley:
Open, 1. Sean Arrington, Miami Swimming 2:23.80; SOFLO: 2. Nicolas Munoz 2:31.25, 3. Yannai Michael 2:31.71, 6. Joseph Lee 2:37.62, 7. Juancamilo Rivero 2:40.83, 9. Christopher Hau 2:43.61.

100-meter backstroke:
1. Lance Lesage, SOFLO 1:05.69; SOFLO: 5. Leonardo Mateus 1:09.14, 7. Juan Colmenares 1:10.66, 8. Enrique Rodriguez 1:10.71, time drop, 9. Nicolas Munoz 1:11.22, 10. Heath Brames 1:11.53.

100-meter freestyle:
1. Rafael Rodriguez, SOFLO 56.44; SOFLO: 2. Robert Wilson 57.68, 3. Heath Brames 58.10, 4. Juan Pineda 58.95, 8. Brendan Binder 1:00.43, time drop, 9. Juan Colmenares 1:01.08, 10. Lance Lesage 1:01.12.

200-meter breaststroke:
1. Juan Pineda, SOFLO 2:42.68; SOFLO: 2. Rafael Rodriguez 2:46.31, 3. Yannai Michael 2:49.67, 5. Logan Gonzalez 2:56.62, time drop, 6. Christopher Hau 3:00.78, 7. Mark Andre De Gracia 3:01.99, 10. Samuel Bullen 3:09.32.

100-meter butterfly:
1. Sean Arrington, Miami Swimming 1:02.08; SOFLO: 3. Heath Brames 1:05.56, 4. Robert Wilson 1:06.39, 6. Leonardo Mateus 1:07.38, 7. Enrique Rodriguez 1:08.01, time drop, 8. Juan Colmenares 1:08.32,9. Brennan Binder 1:08.63, 10. Nicolas Munoz 1:09.11.

400-meter freestyle:
1. Leonardo Mateus, SOFLO 4:38.79; SOFLO: 2. Robert Wilson 4:42.54, 4. Lance Lesage 4:42.93, 5. Rafael Rodriguez 4:48.73, 6. Brennan Binder 4:49.84, 7. Juan Pineda 4:53.09.

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

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SOFLO Swimmers Shine On Opening Day Of FIU Spring LC Invite


By Sharon Robb

NORTH MIAMI, May 19, 2018—South Florida Aquatic Club dominated opening day of the FIU Spring Long Course Invitational at rain-soaked FIU Aquatic Center.

Swimmers are swimming through the meet, using it more for fine tuning and training gauge. But there were some outstanding swims turned in by some of the contingent’s youngest swimmers.

Victoria Torres, 13, was the youngest finisher in the top five of the 100-meter breaststroke in a best time 1:25.94. Her previous best was 1:26.50. She was the only SOFLO swimmer in the field to drop time. Four-time Jamaican Olympian and SOFLO teammate Alia Atkinson won in 1:13.58, off her seed time of 1:06.48.

Two other SOFLO 13-year-olds had impressive time drops. Enrique Rodriguez finished fifth in the 100-meter breaststroke in a best time 1:22.00, bettering his 1:28.42 previous best. Samuel Bullen was sixth in 1:22.20, improving his previous best of 1:29.67.

SOFLO girls swept the top seven spots in the 200-meter butterfly with four posting best times. Jessica Rodriguez, 19, won in 2:31.97, bettering her previous best of 2:38.91. Rodriguez also won the 400-meter individual medley in 5:23.76.

SOFLO boys took the top nine out of 10 places in the 200-meter backstroke with Rafael Rodriguez, 16, winning in 2:18.75. Rodriguez also won the 200-meter butterfly in 2:14.79.

Other SOFLO winners were Heath Brames in the 200-meter freestyle in 2:06.37; Joseph Lee in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:17.64; and Leonardo Mateus in the 400-meter individual medley in 5:11.89.

The meet concludes on Sunday with two sessions at 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.

WOMEN’S RESULTS

200-meter freestyle: Open, 1. Kyla Valls, Miami Swimming 2:08.22; SOFLO: 3. Melissa Marinheiro 2:13.71, 4. Paige Lane 2:14.15, 5. Mallory Schleicher 2:17.56, 6. Alia Atkinson 2:17.86, 7. Gaby Banks 2:20.63, 8. Kayla Cunningham 2:20.83.

50-meter freestyle: 10-and-under, 1. Penelope Rodriguez, Miami Country Day 36.66; 11-12, 1. Isabela Pollan, Unattached 34.84; Open, 1. Kyla Valls, Miami Swimming 27.32; SOFLO: 2. Gaby Banks, SOFLO 27.70, 12. Paige Lane 29.41

400-meter freestyle: 12-and-under, 1. Bianca Nieto, Flying Fish 5:05.26.

100-meter breaststroke: Open, 1. Alia Atkinson, SOFLO 1:13.58; SOFLO: 5. Victoria Torres 1:25.94, time drop, 9. Mia Escudero 1:36.22.

50-meter breaststroke: 10-and-under, 1. Belinda Muzii, Miami Country Day 49.25; 11-12, 1. Bianca Nieto, Flying Fish 40.15.

200-meter butterfly: Open, 1. Jessica Rodriguez, SOFLO 2:31.97, time drop; SOFLO: 2. Sara Quintero 2:33.11, time drop, 3. Kayla Cunningham 2:33.63, time drop, 4. Paige Lane 2:37.94, time drop, 5. Daniela Curbelo 2:44.57, 6. Kylie Herman 2:50.70, 7. Sally Golding 2:54.29.

100-meter butterfly: 10-and-under, 1. Belinda Muzii, Miami Country Day 1:33.09; 11-12, 1. Bianca Nieto, Flying Fish 1:15.31.

200-meter backstroke: Open, 1. Melannie Vargas, Golden Panther 2:31.04; SOFLO: 3. Melissa Marinheiro 2:39.18, 4. Sara Quintero 2:43.39, 5. Jenna Marie Brames 2:47.80, time drop, 6. Sofia Osorio 2:48.35, 7. Gaby Bank 2:49.44, 9. Rebekah Ling 2:52.03, 10. Michelle Marinheiro 2:53.98.

100-meter backstroke: 10-and-under, 1. Penelope Rodriguez, Miami Country Day 1:38.51; 11-12, 1. Angelina Baucells, Flying Fish 1:30.03.

400-meter individual medley: Open, 1. Jessica Rodriguez, SOFLO 5:23.76; SOFLO: 2. Daniela Curbelo 5:56.05, 3. Sabrina Osorio 6:00.79.

MEN’S RESULTS

50-meter freestyle: 10-and-under, 1. Oliver Cannings, Swim Gym 36.38; 11-12, 1. Evan Wilson, Miami Country Day 30.23.

200-meter freestyle: 11-12, 1. Matteo Murdocca, Eagle Aquatics 2:57.57; Open, 1. Heath Brames, SOFLO 2:06.37; SOFLO: 3. Ricardo Roche 2:07.75, 4. Leonardo Mateus 2:10.32, 5. Robert Wilson 2:10.37, 6. Lance Lesage 2:12.30, 7. Juan Colmenares 2:12.31, 8. Juan Pineda 2:13.03.

400-meter freestyle: 12-and-under, 1. Dylan Ferguson, Flying Fish 5:26.81.

100-meter breaststroke: Open, 1. Joseph Lee, SOFLO 1:17.64; SOFLO: 2. Yannai Michael 1:18.52, 3. Jonathan Farah 1:18.65, 5. Enrique Rodriguez 1:22.00, time drop, 6. Samuel Bullen 1:22.20, time drop, 7. Christopher Hau 1:22.85, 8. Manuel Melendez 1:23.45, 9. Mark Andre De Gracia 1:23.48, time drop, 10. Zackary Harris 1:23.92, time drop.

50-meter breaststroke: 10-and-under, 1. Oliver Cannings, Swim Gym 45.10; 11-12, 1. Evan Wilson, Miami Country Day 40.31.

200-meter butterfly: Open, 1. Rafael Rodriguez, SOFLO 2:14.79; SOFLO: 3. Joseph Lee 2:34.49, 5. Alejandro Mateus 2:42.72, 9. Juancamilo Rivero 2:48.99.

100-meter butterfly: 11-12, 1. Dylan Ferguson, Flying Fish 1:21.54.

50-meter butterfly: 1. Dylan Ferguson, Flying Fish 1:21.54.

200-meter backstroke: Open, 1. Rafael Rodriguez, SOFLO 2:18.75; SOFLO: 2. Ricardo Roche 2:20.98, 3. Lance Lesage 2:22.19, 4. Leonardo Mateus 2:27.47, 5. Nicolas Munoz 2:31.26, 6. Yannai Michael 2:38.33.

100-meter backstroke: 10-and-under, 1. Oliver Cannings, Swim Gym 1:37.13; 11-12, 1. Dylan Ferguson, Flying Fish 1:23.80.

400-meter individual medley: Open, 1. Leonardo Mateus, SOFLO 5:11.89; SOFLO: 2. Joseph Lee 5:18.44, 4. Juan Colmenares 5:24.83, 5. Nicolas Rossi 5:34.60, 6. Christopher Hau 5:41.86.

IF YOU GO

What: FIU Spring Long Course Invite

When: Sunday

Schedule: Sunday, Session III, 8:30 a.m.; Session IV, 2 p.m.

Where: FIU Aquatic Center, FIU Biscayne Bay Campus, 3000 NE 151st Street, North Miami.

Of note: The meet is timed finals. Admission is $3 per session. Heat sheets are $2 per session. Disability athletes should call 305-919-4549 or reddickc@fiu.edu. For questions call meet director Randy Horner at 504-615-7629 or email randychorner@yahoo.com.

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

SOFLO Swimmers Hit The Road This Weekend For Two Miami Meets


By Sharon Robb

MIAMI, May 17, 2018—More than 100 South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers will compete at two meets this weekend.

The Gulliver Summer Invitational will feature 51 SOFLO swimmers (27 girls, 24 boys), mostly age group swimmers. The three-day meet is timed finals and gets under way Friday.

On Friday night, the 11-and-over 800- and 1500-meter freestyle events will open the meet. Gulliver dominates the entries in the girls heats in the 800 and boys heats in the 1500.

SOFLO has three swimmers in the distance events. Gavin Sheyda, 12, and Christian Tijero, 12, are in the same 1500 heat. Anastasia Lutz, 11, is the only SOFLO girl in the 800.

SOFLO has the top four seeds in the 11-12 200-meter freestyle and six in the top seven. Javier Colmenares, 11, is seeded first in 2:23.82. He is also top seed in the 50-meter freestyle in 31.77 and 200-meter individual medley in 2:42.61.

Alessandro Pereira, 11, is seeded first in the 11-12 100-meter backstroke in 1:17.43.

Diego Nazario-Vazquez, 12, is top seed in the 11-12 100-meter butterfly in 1:16.07 followed by teammate Javier Colmenares, 11, in 1:16.89. Nazario-Vazquez is also No. 1 seed in the 100-meter freestyle in 1:06.19 ahead of Javier Colmenares in 1:07.73.

Christian Tijero, 12, is top seed in the 11-12 50-meter backstroke in 36.72.

Luna Delgado, 12, is top seed in the 11-12 100-meter butterfly in 1:17.03 followed by Kerry Cunningham, 12, in 1:20.97. Delgado is also first seed in the 11-12 50-meter butterfly in 35.58.

Kerry Cunningham, 12, is seeded first in the 11-12 100-meter backstroke in 1:20.11. She is one of four SOFLO swimmers seeded in the top four and one of six in the top seven.

Natalia Sibug, 12, is top seed in the 11-12 200-meter individual medley in 2:53.45 followed by teammates Luna Delgado, 12, and Kerry Cunningham, 12. Sibug is also No. 1 seed in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:27.26.

Giada Porven, 10, is No. 1 seed in the 10-and-under 100-meter freestyle in 1:16.07.

Alexis Christensen, 12, is top seed in the 11-12 100-meter freestyle in 1:08.57.

The FIU Spring Long Course Invite that features 55 SOFLO swimmers (24 girls, 31 boys), mostly from the senior group and a few age groupers, is Saturday and Sunday at the FIU Aquatic Center.

The SOFLO contingent is led by four-time Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson, at 29, one of the oldest swimmers in the meet. She is entered in five events including the 100-meter breaststroke.

Atkinson is seeded first in the 100 breaststroke in 1:06.48; first in the 100 backstroke in 1:04.04; first in the 100 freestyle in 55.35; first in the 100 butterfly in 59.94 and second in the 200 freestyle in 2:02.54.

Among other SOFLO swimmers competing are Jonathan Farah, 20, Kylie Herman, 20, CJ Kopecki, 18, Melissa Marinheiro, 21, Jessica Rodriguez, 19, Ricardo Roche, 18, Heath Brames, 18, Rafael Rodriguez, 16, Juan Pablo Pineda, 15, Daniela Curbelo, 15, and Mallory Schleicher, 14.

Brames is seeded first in the 200-meter freestyle in 2:00.39. Other SOFLO top seeds are: Pineda, 100 breaststroke, 1:10.11; Curbelo, 200 butterfly, 2:26.33; Rafael Rodriguez, 200 butterfly, 2:06.77, 400 individual medley, 4:37.85 and 400 freestyle, 4:07.64; Roche, 200 backstroke, 2:12.36; Jennifer Rodriguez, 400 individual medley, 5:14.62; Juan Serna, 16, 100 freestyle, 54.75; Yannai Michael, 14, 200-meter breaststroke 2:38.57; and Marinheiro, 400 freestyle, 4:20.69.

IF YOU GO
What: Gulliver Summer Invitational

When: Friday-Sunday

Schedule: Friday, Session I, 5 p.m.; Saturday, Session II, 8:30 a.m.m Session III, one hour after Session II and warm-up, 2 p.m.; Sunday, Session IV, 10 a.m., Session V, one hour after Session IV and warm-up, 3 p.m.

Where: Gulliver Prep School, 6575 North Kendall Drive, Miami.

Of note: The meet, hosted by Gulliver Swim Club, is all timed finals. Admission is $6 per session. Heat sheets are free and available on line. Meet director is Jackson Leonard.

IF YOU GO
What: FIU Spring Long Course Invite

When: Saturday-Sunday

Schedule: Saturday, Session 1, 8:30 a.m.; Session II, 2 p.m.; Sunday, Session III, 8:30 a.m.; Session IV, 2 p.m.

Where: FIU Aquatic Center, FIU Biscayne Bay Campus, 3000 NE 151st Street, North Miami.

Of note: The meet is timed finals. Admission is $3 per session. Heat sheets are $2 per session. Disability athletes should call 305-919-4549 or reddickc@fiu.edu. For questions call meet director Randy Horner at 504-615-7629 or email randychorner@yahoo.com.

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

SOFLO’s Grant, Porven, Mateus Brothers Win At Swim Miami; Schleicher 11th In 5K Junior Open Water Nationals Debut


By Sharon Robb

MIAMI, May 6, 2018–South Florida Aquatic Club distance swimmers were busy this past weekend.

At Swim Miami, Gina Grant, Giada Porven and Alejandro and Leonardo Mateus won Sunday off Miami Marine Stadium.

Grant, 20, won the Special Olympics one mile overall women’s title in 28:44.

Giada Porven, 10, won the 10-and-under one mile age group in 24:51.

Leonardo Mateus, 16, won the 15-16 one mile age group in 18:20, was third overall and second overall among boys. Alejandro Mateus, 12, won the 11-12 one mile age group in 19:29 and was 14th overall.

Oceane Peretti, 20, won the overall 10K title and women’s race in 1:58:05.45. She was the only swimmer to crack two hours for the 6.2-mile course. Andres Lares, 18, of Davie was second overall and first male finisher in 2:00:13.41.

In the 5K, Adrian Aguilar, 17, of Kendall won the overall title and men’s race in 56:59. Anna Montgomery, 17, of Fort Lauderdale won the women’s title and was sixth overall in 57:27.

In the one-mile race, Olivia Hernandez, 16, of Miami won the overall and women’s titles in 17:37. Miguel Cancel, 18, was top men’s finisher and second overall in 18:17.

Katrina Bellio, 13, of Toronto won the overall title in the 800-meter swim in 14:09.38 ahead of teammate Kenna Smallegange, 14, in 14:09.60. Michael Wang, 13, also of Toronto won the boys race in 14:28 and was third overall.

In other results:
5K, 40-44, 2. Evelyn Salama, 1:26:03
5K, 17-18, 5. Jennifer Rodriguez 1:13:52.
5K, 19-24, 5. Theodore Sandoval, 1:17:12.
1 Mile, 10-and-under, 1. Giada Porven, 24:51.43.
1-Mile, 11-12, 1. Alejandro Mateus, 19:29.45.
1-Mile, 15-16, 1. Leonardo Mateus 18:20.19
1-Mile, 11-12, 2. Gavin Sheyda, 22:19.06.
1-Mile, 65-69, 2. George Mersinger 29:59.10
1-Mile, 11-12, 3. Lucas Porven 22:24.35.
1-Mile, 15-16, 3. Lance Lesage 19:09.10
1-Mile, 17-18, 3. Luis Villanueva 19:25.20.
1 Mile, 11-12, 4. Anastasia Lutz, 24:47.66.
1-Mile, 15-16, 4. Brandon Moran 19:10.54.
1 Mile, 11-12, 5. Hartley Pitters-Hinds, 26:00.54
1 Mile Special Olympics, 1. Gina Grant, 28:44.56

Swim Miami is part of the South Florida Swim Series with proceeds benefitting the H20s Foundation.

USA SWIMMING 5K JUNIOR NATIONALS

TEMPE, ARIZ.—South Florida Aquatic Club’s Mallory Schleicher was 11th in her USA Swimming Women’s Junior 5K National Championships debut Saturday at Town Lake.

Schleicher finished 11th out of a field of 32 open water swimmers in 1 hour, 4 minutes and 31.37, 5.62 behind winner Denigan Mariah of Northern Ky. Clippers Swimming in 1:01.05.32.

Anna Auld of Delray Beach-based East Coast Aquatic Club was top Florida Gold Coast finisher placing third in 1:02:31.78, just 2.36 out of first place.

In his open water debut, Jackson Carlile of Fishers Area Swimming Tigers won a close race against Connor Hunt of Ridgefield Aquatic Club in 59:57.91, just two seconds ahead in 1:00:00.26. It was Carlile’s first-ever open water race. Only 10 boys were in the field. The top two boys and girls finishers qualified for the World Junior Championships.

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

SOFLO’s Mallory Schleicher Tunes Up For USA Swimming 5K Open Water Junior Nationals At IMR-IMX Challenge


By Sharon Robb

SUNRISE, May 2, 2018—Mallory Schleicher got in a little fine tuning for Saturday’s USA Swimming 5K Open Water Junior Nationals in Tempe (Ariz.) Town Lake at this past weekend’s IMR-IMX Challenge at Sunrise Civic Center Pool.

Schleicher, 14, one of the top open water swimmers on the South Florida circuit, won the 400-meter freestyle in 4:36.59 on opening night of the three-day meet.

Schleicher also won the 400-meter individual medley in a best time 5:16.46, dropping 5.27 seconds from her previous best. Teammate Kayla Cunningham, 15, was third in 5:28.20, also a best time, dropping 14.42.

Schleicher was second in the 100-meter freestyle in 1:03.71, another best time and time drop of 2.30 and second in the 200-meter backstroke in a best time 2:36.47, a 8.20 time drop. She was third in the 200-meter butterfly in a best time 2:34.92, dropping 2.25. She was fifth in the 200-meter breaststroke in a best time 3:01.04, dropping an impressive 13.28 seconds.

Also in the girls’ 400-meter freestyle, several SOFLO swimmers had some huge time drops. Natalia Sibug, 12, dropped 43.13 seconds in 5:32.70; Reagan Lowe, 12, dropped 29.94 in 5:32.69; Victoria Torres, 13, dropped 28.89 in 5:13.99; Mariann Catalasan, 12, dropped 18.25 in 5:32.78 and Alana Acevedo, 16, dropped 15.73 in 5:24.86. Two unattached SOFLO swimmers, JennaMarie Brames, 14, dropped 47.99 in 5:14.47 and Sally Golding, 14, dropped 30.49 in 5:09.89.

In the boys competition, SOFLO was led by Jonathan Lozano, the top finisher in the 200-meter freestyle. Lozano, 10, was second in the 12-and-under 200-meter freestyle in a best time 2:30.01.

FRIDAY RESULTS
GIRLS

400-meter freestyle:
1. Mallory Schleicher, SOFLO 4:36.59; SOFLO: 4. Kayla Cunningham 4:51.14, 7. Sarah Acevedo 4:54.62, 10. Alexis Christensen 4:58.68, time drop, 24. Sally Golding 5:09.89, time drop, 27. Victoria Torres 5:13.99, time drop, 28. JennaMarie Brames 5:14.47, 32. Alana Acevedo 5:24.86, 38. Reagan Lowe 5:32.69, 39. Natalia Sibug 5:32.70, 40. Mariann Catalasan 5:32.78, 41. Luna Delgado 5:35.28.

200-meter freestyle:
12-and-under, 1. Nicole Creed, CSSC 2:21.88; SOFLO: 9. Luna Delgado 2:39.58, time drop, 17. Giada Porven 2:45.41, 18. Kaitlyn Consuegra 2:45.65, time drop, 20. Sarah Vasquez 2:47.27, time drop, 21. Carleigh Schleicher 2:48.16, time drop, 25. Gabriella Lissa 2:53.14, 27. Leanne Sorensen 2:54.61, 29. Annie Schulze 3:02.17.

400-meter individual medley:
1. Mallory Schleicher, SOFLO 5:16.46, time drop; SOFLO: 3. Kayla Cunningham 5:28.20, time drop, 7. Sally Golding 5:44.27, 15. Jena Legaspi 6:01.18, 16. Victoria Torres 6:03.04, 19. Kailey Smith 6:18.01.

SATURDAY RESULTS

50-meter butterfly:
1. Jocelyn Ruiz, BMHG 30.58; SOFLO: 4. Kayla Cunningham 32.00, time drop, 11. JennaMarie Brames 33.89, time drop, 23. Mia Escudero 35.74, time drop, 27. Jena Legaspi 36.15.

100-meter butterfly:
1. Fatima Portillo, Azura 1:08.39; SOFLO: 11. Luna Delgado 1:17.03, time drop, 24. Alana Acevedo 1:23.30, 25. Giada Porven 1:23.68, time drop.

200-meter butterfly:
1. Jocelyn Ruiz, BMHG 2:27.23; SOFLO: 3. Mallory Schleicher 2:34.92, time drop, 4. Sarah Acevedo 2:36.70, 5. Sally Golding 2:51.23, 8. Jena Legaspi 2:55.43, time drop, 11. Luna Delgado 2:56.74, 13. Victoria Torres 2:59.91, 16. Kailey Smith 3:10.52, 17. Mia Escudero 3:10.85.

50-meter breaststroke:
1. Elisa Funes, Azura 35.84; SOFLO: 20. Mia Escudero 43.84, 30. Samantha Solis 45.48, time drop, 31. Ava Kuznik 45.65, time drop, 33. JennaMarie Brames 46.34, time drop, 46. Annie Schulze 49.72, time drop, 49. Gabriella Lissa 49.94, time drop, 52. Isabella Gomez 50.01, time drop.

100-meter breaststroke:
1. Elisa Funes, Azura 1:18.30; SOFLO: 5. Natalia Sibug 1:27.26, time drop, 11. Kayla Cunningham 1:31.29, time drop, 14. Kaitlyn Barrios 1:33.51, time drop, 17. Mariann Catalasan 1:34.05, time drop, 28. Alexis Christensen 1:37.11, time drop, 32. JennaMarie Brames 1:38.02, time drop, 33. Reagan Lowe 1:38.41, time drop, 36. Samantha Solis 1:39.22, time drop.

200-meter breaststroke:
1. Elisa Funes, Azura 2:46.84; SOFLO: 4. Victoria Torres 3:00.83, time drop, 5. Mallory Schleicher 3:01.04, 7. Sally Golding 3:02.59, time drop, 14. Kayla Cunningham 3:13.49, time drop, 20. Jena Legaspi 3:30.94, 21. Kailey Smith 3:31.75, time drop.

SUNDAY RESULTS

100-meter freestyle:
1. Elisa Funes, Azura 1:00.84; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 1:03.71, time drop, 25. Luna Delgado 1:10.83, time drop, 26. Anastasia Lutz 1:11.22, time drop, 28. Alana Acevedo 1:11.53, 36. Mia Escudero 1:13.69, time drop, 48. Shayna Blitz 1:16.28, 56. Carleigh Schleicher 1:17.61, 59. Gabriella Lissa 1:18.52, time drop, 63.Leanne Sorensen 1:19.46, 72. Savini Subasingha 1:22.69, 76. Caterina Fogli 1:23.81.

200-meter individual medley:
1. Elisa Funes, Azura 2:28.90; SOFLO: 11. Sarah Acevedo 2:42.01, 13. Sally Golding 2:43.16, 16. Victoria Torres 2:45.68, time drop, 26. JennaMarie Brames 2:49.97, 27. Jena Legaspi 2:50.12, 28. Alexis Christensen 2:50.18, 32. Natalia Sibug 2:53.45, time drop, 40. Luna Delgado 2:55.42, time drop, 42. Kaitlyn Barrios 2:55.92, time drop, 43. Kailey Smith 2:56.58, time drop, 45. Reagan Lowe 2:58.26, time drop, 51. Giada Porven 3:02.32, 59. Anastasia Lutz 3:04.99, time drop.

50-meter backstroke:
1. Jocelyn Ruiz, BMHG 33.60; SOFLO: 13. Mia Escudero 39.80, 21. Shayna Blitz 40.95, time drop, 23. Leanne Sorensen 41.86, 32. Carleigh Schleicher 42.90, time drop, 43. Caterina Fogli 45.29, time drop, 55. Savini Subasingha 47.65, 56. Caitlin Nguyen 48.46, 57. Annie Schulze 48.70, time drop, 62. Alexandra Strong 49.61.

100-meter backstroke:
1. Solana Capalbo, Azura 1:08.32; SOFLO: 17. Alexis Christensen 1:21.65, time drop, 21. Reagan Lowe 1:22.86, time drop, 27. Natalia Sibug 1:24.30, 32. Anastasia Lutz 1:25.38, time drop, 34. Alana Acevedo 1:25.58, 35. Kaitlyn Barrios 1:25.70, 38. Luna Delgado 1:27.83, time drop, 39. Shayna Blitz 1:28.25, time drop, 40. Giada Porven 1:28.93, time drop, 43. Leanne Sorensen 1:30.39, 50. Sarah Vasquez 1:33.40, time drop.

200-meter backstroke:
1. Jocelyn Ruiz, BMHG 2:34.60; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 2:36.47, time drop, 6. Jena Legaspi 2:44.58, 7. Sally Golding 2:44.97, 10. Sarah Acevedo 2:46.93, 11. JennaMarie Brames 2:50.26, 16. Kaitlyn Barrios 3:00.66, 17. Mia Escudero 3:02.43, 21. Victoria Torres 3:07.30.

200-meter freestyle:
1. Fatima Portillo, Azura 2:15.19; SOFLO: 10. Sally Golding 2:26.31, time drop, 14. JennaMarie Brames 2:28.21, time drop, 23. Jena Legaspi 2:35.08.

BOYS
FRIDAY RESULTS

400-meter freestyle:
1. Franco Lupoli, Azura 4:09.41; SOFLO: 13. Juan Colmenares 4:37.88, 21. Enrique Rodriguez 4:44.98, 23. Javier Roman 4:46.82, 27. Zackary Harris 4:48.35, time drop, 32. Alejandro Mateus 4:51.79, time drop, 34. Alex Golding 4:56.36, time drop, 35. Moises Rodriguez 4:56.69, 36. Alessandro Pereira 4:57.50, time drop, 40. Christian Tijero 4:58.47, 43. tie, Roberto Garrido 5:07, 43. Javier Colmenares 5:07, 48. Logan Gonzalez 5:08.97, time drop, 49. Lucas Porven 5:09.02, time drop, 51. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 5:15.16, 57. Samuel Bullen 5:21.76, 60. Gavin Sheyda 5:23.71, time drop, 63. Matthew Kim 5:39.03, time drop.

200-meter freestyle:
12-and-under, 1. Andres Teran Azura 2:27.20; SOFLO: 2. Jonathan Lozano 2:30.01, time drop, 5. Hashan Ekanayake 2:36.49, time drop, 7. Marvan Ekanayake 2:39.31, 15. Stefano Mazzi 2:56.19, 16. Juan Vallmitjana 2:56.31, 19. Benjamin Kim 2:57.92.

400-meter individual medley:
1. Ricardo Torres, Azura 4:44.91; SOFLO: 8. Javier Roman 5:10.41, 9. Enrique Rodriguez 5:17.97, time drop , 13. Moises Rodriguez 5:28.32, 18. Alejandro Mateus 5:36.98, 20. Logan Gonzalez 5:40.28, 21. Chris Vasquez 5:41.35, 22. Alex Golding 5:44.81, 25. Matthew Kim 6:07.93.

SATURDAY RESULTS

50-meter butterfly:
1. Steven Aimable, Azura 26.08; SOFLO: 17. Marcos Vazquez 30.15, 19. Ryan Alfonso 31.47, time drop, 32. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 33.78, 33. Logan Gonzalez 33.84, time drop, 54. Hashan Ekanayake 41.04, 68. Juan Vallmitjana 46.09, time drop, 70. Joseph-Blake Natino 47.40, time drop, 77. Alex Viazmetinov 50.95.

100-meter butterfly:
1. Steven Aimable, Azura 56.38; SOFLO: 9. Marcos Vazquez 1:07.40, time drop, 12. Juancamilo Rivero 1:08.60, time drop, 20. Christian Tijero 1:13.10, time drop, 21. Alessandro Pereira 1:13.32, time drop, 22. Lucas Porven 1:13.67, time drop, 27. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 1:16.07, 28. Aldo Zepeda 1:16.21, time drop, 31. Javier Colmenares 1:16.89, time drop, 39. Manuel Melendez 1:19.92, 48. Jonathan Lozano 1:25.32, time drop, 53. Stefano Mazzi 1:32.38, 54. Owen Smith 1:33.23, time drop, 55. Roberto Garrido 1:33.64, time drop, 62. Benjamin Kim 1:40.91, time drop.

200-meter butterfly:
1. Ricardo Torres, Azura 2:12.62; SOFLO: 7. John Paul Handal 2:24.35, 8. Enrique Rodriguez 2:28.14, 11. Javier Roman 2:31.13, 13. Juan Colmenares 2:32.35, 15. Alejandro Mateus 2:35.37, time drop, 16. Moises Rodriguez 2:36.55, 17. Zackary Harris 2:36.63, time drop, 22. Chris Vasquez 2:55.34, 24. Alex Golding 2:58.66, 25. Samuel Bullen 2:58.81, 27. Logan Gonzalez 3:06.67, 28. Matthew Kim 3:09.45.

50-meter breaststroke:
1. Steven Aimable, Azura 31.49; SOFLO: 16. Samuel Bullen 36.45, time drop, 18. John Paul Handal 36.64, time drop, 20. Juan Colmenares 36.77, time drop, 25. Juancamilo Rivero 38.29, 30. Marcos Vazquez 39.84, time drop, 34. Alex Golding 40.54, time drop, 35. Moises Rodriguez 40.89, 36. Javier Colmenares 41.13, 43. Ryan Alfonso 41.92, 60. Joseph-Blake Natino 48.43, time drop.

100-meter breaststroke:
1. Ricardo Torres, Azura 1:11.43; SOFLO: 5. John Paul Handal 1:18.05, time drop, 7. Logan Gonzalez 1:19.91, time drop, 15. Alessandro Pereira 1:25, time drop, 17. Javier Colmenares 1:27.17, 22. Lucas Porven 1:31.21, time drop, 23. Christian Tijero 1:31.53, time drop, 24. Aldo Zepeda 1:33.94, time drop, 32. Jonathan Lozano 1:38.05, time drop, 39. Stefano Mazzi 1:41.19, 42. Benjamin Kim 1:42.64, time drop, 45. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 1:43.42, 50. Roberto Garrido 1:48.41.

200-meter breaststroke:
1. Brandon Moran, Azura 2:29.39; SOFLO: 5. Javier Roman 2:43.14, 9. Juan Colmenares 2:50.35, time drop, 11. Enrique Rodriguez 2:50.74, time drop, 15. Samuel Bullen 2:56.75, time drop, 17. Zackary Harris 2:58.11, 22. Alex Golding 3:01.57, time drop, 25. Alejandro Mateus 3:05.14, 29. Moises Rodriguez 3:08.06, 33. Matthew Kim 3:16.74, time drop, 36. Chris Vasquez 3:19.47, time drop.

SUNDAY RESULTS

100-meter freestyle:
1. Pedro Chiancone, Azura 52.48; SOFLO: 38. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 1:06.19, time drop, 42. Javier Colmenares 1:08.62, 56. Stefano Mazzi 1:17.22, time drop, 62. Owen Smith 1:19.51, time drop, 63. Juan Vallmitjana 1:20.17, time drop.

200-meter individual medley:
1. Ricardo Torres, Azura 2:13.29; SOFLO: 7. Enrique Rodriguez 2:28.75, time drop, 9. Juan Colmenares 2:28.86, 18. Zackary Harris 2:33.49, time drop, 19. Marcos Vazquez 2:34.74, 20. Alejandro Mateus 2:35.13, 21. Moises Rodriguez 2:35.32, time drop, 26. Logan Gonzalez 2:37.68, time drop, 27. Mark Andre De Gracia 2:38.30, 28. Alessandro Pereira 2:38.82, time drop, 30. Christian Tijero 2:39.21, time drop, 34. Alex Golding 2:40.55, 36. Chris Vasquez 2:43.20, 38. Aldo Zepeda 2:44.87, time drop, 40. Lucas Porven 2:45.62, time drop, 42. Javier Colmenares 2:47.23, 45. Samuel Bullen 2:48.87, time drop, 47. Manuel Melendez 2:49.03, 49. Jonathan Lozano 2:50.85, time drop, 50. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 2:51.30, 51. Matthew Kim 2:52.24, time drop, 64. Gavin Sheyda 3:06.21, time drop.

50-meter backstroke:
1. Steven Aimable, Azura 29.28; SOFLO: 6. Juan Colmenares 32.00, time drop, 8. Marcos Vazquez 32.53, time drop, 9. Moises Rodriguez 32.74, time drop, 18. Samuel Bullen 35.26, time drop, 21. Alex Golding 36.03, 32. Marvan Ekanayake 39.42, time drop, 34. Hashan Ekanayake 40.64, time drop, 47. Gavin Sheyda 44.03, time drop, 58. Juan Vallmitjana 47.27, 63. Joseph-Blake Natino 48.21.

100-meter backstroke:
1. Aaron Granadeno, Azura 1:04.26; SOFLO: 10. Logan Gonzalez 1:13.84, time drop, 11. Marcos Vazquez 1:14.51, 12. Manuel Melendez 1:14.93, 14. Aldo Zepeda 1:16.14, time drop, 16. Christian Tijero 1:16.61, time drop, 22. Alessandro Pereira 1:18.83, 24. Javier Colmenares 1:19.73, time drop, 25. Diego Nazario-Vazquez 1:20.01, 31. Jonathan Lozano 1:22.49, time drop, 32. Lucas Porven 1:22.73, time drop, 4. Marvan Ekanayake 1:24.47, 39. Stefano Mazzi 1:27.56, 40. Hashan Ekanayake 1:27.66, time drop, 46. Benjamin Kim 1:32.89, time drop.

200-meter backstroke:
1. Juan Zapata, Azura 2:18.39; SOFLO: 5. Juan Colmenares 2:29.72, time drop, 6. Enrique Rodriguez 2:30.15, time drop, 10. Alejandro Mateus 2:36.13, 13. Javier Roman 2:37.43, 14. Zackary Harris 2:39.87, 18. Alex Golding 2:43.66, 20. Mark Andre De Gracia 2:48.58, 21. Chris Vasquez 2:50.41, 22. Jonathan Lozano 2:52.70, 23. Samuel Bullen 2:53.36, 24. Matthew Kim 2:53.49, time drop.

200-meter freestyle:
1. Andres Lares, Azura 1:57.44; SOFLO: 13. Javier Roman 2:14.34, 20. Moises Rodriguez 2:18.71, time drop, 26. Logan Gonzalez 2:24.75, time drop, 27. Aldo Zepeda 2:25.00, time drop, 30. Manuel Melendez 2:26.92.

JON OLSEN GOLD MEDAL INVITE

SOFLO’s Sofia and Sabrina Osorio competed in the Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invitational this past weekend at Ron Levy Aquatic Center in Islamorada. The three-day meet featured 383 swimmers from 14 teams.

Sabrina Osorio had the best finish, placing seventh in the 50-meter breaststroke in 39.69. In other SOFLO results:

400-meter freestyle: 14. Sofia Osorio, 13, 5:17.84; 15. Sabrina Osorio, 13, 5:17.93.

50-meter breaststroke: 37. Sofia Osorio, 46.31.

100-meter backstroke: 27. Sofia Osorio 1:19.61; 47. Sabrina Osorio 1:26.90.

50-meter butterfly: 37. Sofia Osorio 35.55.

100-meter freestyle: 39. Sabrina Osorio 1:10.68.

50-meter backstroke: 13. Sofia Osorio 36.18.

100-meter butterfly: 38. Sofia Osorio 1:21.21; 47. Sabrina Osorio 1:25.85.

50-meter freestyle: 47. Sabrina Osorio 33.17; 54. Sofia Osorio 34.27.

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

SOFLO Swimmers Hit The Road For IMR/IMX Challenge, Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invitational


By Sharon Robb

SUNRISE, April 26, 2018—Nearly 80 South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers will compete in the IMR/IMX Challenge to see how they stack up against the rest of the nation.

The up-and-coming and talented swimmers will compete in the three-day meet at Sunrise Civic Center Pool beginning on Friday.

The USA Swimming-sanctioned meets are fun, motivational meets to help young swimmers reach the next level in their swimming careers.

The IMR (Ready) Challenge lets swimmers see how they compare to other swimmers around the nation in their age group. Swimmers must compete in all the events required for their age group to establish a score.

Once a swimmer competes in each IM Ready event at least once in an official meet, swimmers and parents can check out their rankings on USA Swimming’s website.

The next level is the IMX (Xtreme) Challenge. The IMX Challenge is the next step-up from the IMR competition. It includes a series of five or six events. Once swimmers complete the IMX program they can see where their score ranks nationally, their local LSC and their own club. All sessions are timed finals.

Among the 78 swimmers entered are Alana and Sarah Acevedo, Kaitlyn Barrios, Samuel Bullen, Javier Colmenares, Juan Colmenares, Kayla Cunningham, Alex Golding, Sally Golding, John Paul Handal, Zackary Harris, Jena Legaspi, Alejandro Mateus, Giada Porven, Alessandro Pereira and Christian Tijero.

IF YOU GO

What: IMR/IMX Challenge

When: Friday-Sunday

Schedule: Friday, Session I, 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, Session II, 9 a.m.; Sunday, Session III, 9 a.m.

Where: Sunrise Civic Center Pool, 10610 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise.

Of note: Admission is $5 per session. Heat sheets are free and posted on the sunriseswimming.com website or Meet Mobile…All events are timed finals…For more information call pool office at 954-747-4635.

JON OLSEN GOLD MEDAL INVITE

ISLAMORADA—SOFLO’s Sabrina and Sofia Osorio will head to Key West for the three-day, timed final event at the Ron Levy Aquatic Center. The 13-year-old sisters will each compete in seven events. The meet has 383 swimmers from 14 teams including host Florida Keys Swim Club.

IF YOU GO

What: Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invitational

When: Friday-Sunday

Schedule: Friday, Session I, 5 p.m.; Saturday, Session II, 9 a.m.; Sunday, Session III, 9 a.m.

Where: Ron Levy Aquatic Center, 87000 Overseas Highway, Islamorada.

Of note: Admission is $3 per session. Heat sheets are $3 per session. Florida Keys Swim Club is host club of the three-day meet. The events are all timed finals. For more information call the pool office 305-853-1685.

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

SOFLO’s Rafael Rodriguez Wins Crippen Sunset Mile At Open Water Festival


By Sharon Robb

FORT MYERS, April 16, 2018—Rafael Rodriguez of South Florida Aquatic Club won the Crippen Sunset Mile during the Open Water Festival this past weekend at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club.

Rodriguez, 16, representing the Florida Gold Coast Open Water All-Stars, won the men’s and age group titles and was second overall in 16:06. Rodriguez was also second in his age group in the 5K open water swim in 59:21 and Leonardo Mateus was fourth in 1:02.

SOFLO teammate Leonardo Mateus was third in his age group in the Crippen Sunset Mile in 16:11.

Bailey Sampson of Central Florida Marlins won the overall and women’s title in 15:15. SOFLO’s Mallory Schleicher was fifth in 17:39 and was sixth in the 5K open water race in 28:47.

SOFLO’s Fiorella DiSalvo was fourth in the 1K open water swim in 10:04.

The Sunset Mile Swim is named after Fran Crippen, a top American long distance swimmer and U.S. national team member, who transitioned from pool swimming to open water in 2006. He died in 2010 at age 26 during a FINA 10K World Cup race in the United Arab Emirates.

Swimmers from Florida, Maryland and Texas competed in the Open Water Festival. The two-day event was hosted by Gulf Coast Swim Team and featured several top open water elite and age group swimmers.

RESULTS (Times Unofficial)

GIRLS TEAM TOTALS: 1. Florida Swimming 138, 2. Maryland Swimming 78, 3. Florida Gold Coast 71, 4. Gulf Swimming 37, 5. South Texas Open Water 15.

GIRLS
CRIPPEN SUNSET MILE

1. Bailey Sampson, Central Florida 15:15; SOFLO: 5. Mallory Schleicher 17:39, 44. Emma Twombly 20:46, 62. Fiorella DiSalvo 26:50

10K OPEN WATER
1. Haley Anderson, Trojan Swim Club 2:02:21, 2. Rebecca Mann, Trojan Swim Club 2:02:48, 3. Kathryn Campbell, TSM 2:03:01.

5K OPEN WATER
Open, 1. Erica Sullivan, Sandpipers 26:35; 15-16, 1. Shannon Campbell, Florida Swimming 29:30.70; 13-14, 1. Kelsey Swartout, Florida Swimming 28:24.10; SOFLO: 6. Mallory Schleicher 28:47.20, 35. Emma Twombly 33:18.

3K OPEN WATER
11-12, 1. Emma Guglielmello, Gulf Coast 31:00.

1K OPEN WATER
10-and-under, 1. Brooke Billitto, Florida Swimming 9:33.50; SOFLO: 4. Fiorella Di Salvo 10:04.10.

3×333-meter freestyle relay:
10-and-under, 1. Maryland Swimming 11:09.90.

3×333-meter freestyle team pursuit
14-and-under, 1. Florida Swimming 16.51, 2. Maryland Swimming B 17.21, 3. Florida Gold Coast A 17.42 (Emily Trieschmann, Mallory Schleicher, Rylie Barnhardt, Reese Andres), 4. Maryland Swimming B 18.05, 5. Florida Gold Coast B 18.18 (Paige Munna, Sarah Acevedo, Maris Proscia, Emma Twombly).

3×333-meter freestyle team pursuit
1. Florida Swimming 32.58, 4. Florida Gold Coast A 36.50, 6. Florida Gold Coast B 39.25.

1.2K TEAM PURSUIT
1. Caroline Benda, Maryland Swimming 16:43; SOFLO: 16. Mallory Schleicher 17:01, 46. Emma Twombly 19:00

BOYS

BOYS TEAM TOTALS: 1. Florida Swimming 150, 2. Florida Gold Coast 66, 3. Maryland Swimming 55, 4. Gulf Swimming 54, 5. South Texas Open Water 52.

CRIPPEN SUNSET MILE

1. Rafael Rodriguez, SOFLO 16:06; SOFLO: 3. Leonardo Mateus 16:11, 24. Enrique Rodriguez 18:32, 69. Alejandro Mateus 23:37, 71. Gavin Sheyda 23:37.7.

10K OPEN WATER
1. Taylor Abott, Tennessee 1:55:02, 2. Brennan Gravley, Sandpipers 1:55:04, 3. David Heron, Tennessee 1:56:19.

5K OPEN WATER
Open, 1. Cale Russell, Florida Swimming 1:01:01; 15-16, 1. Ryan Staunch, Florida Swimming 59:18.80; SOFLO: 2. Rafael Rodriguez 59:21.60, 4. Leonardo Mateus 1:02:15; 13-14, 1. Spencer Howery, Florida Swimming 1:00.36; SOFLO: 12. Enrique Rodriguez 1:07.40.

3K OPEN WATER
11-12, 1. Dean Jones, Gulf Coast 29:36; SOFLO: 6. Alejandro Mateus 32:08.

2.5K TEAM PURSUIT
1. Cale Russell, Florida Swimming 31:21; SOFLO: 11. Rafael Rodriguez 32:27, 20. Leonardo Mateus 32:59.

1.2K TEAM PURSUIT
1. Spencer Howery, Florida Swimming 16:12; SOFLO: 10. Enrique Rodriguez 16:46, 23. Alejandro Mateus 17:34, 84. Gavin Sheyda 20:42.

1K OPEN WATER
10-and-under, 1. Parker Seluk, Florida Swimming 8:43.

1,000-meter freestyle relay:
10-and-under, 1. Florida Swimming 9:27.50, 2. Maryland Swimming 9:48.30, 3. Florida Gold Coast 10:39.30 (no names listed).

3×333-meter freestyle team pursuit
14-and-under, 1. Florida Swimming 16.22, 4. Florida Gold Coast 17.39, 8. Florida Gold Coast 20.42 (Chipper Edwards, Enrique Rodriguez, Alejandro Mateus, Gavin Sheyda).

3×333-meter freestyle team pursuit relay
1. Florida Swimming 32.08, 4. Florida Gold Coast 33.16 (Leonardo Mateus, Christian Perez, Rafael Rodriguez), 8. Florida Gold Coast B 41.19.

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