Classics swim in Salmon Arm
There were 15 members of the Kamloops Classics Swim Club at the Salmon Arm Jamboree Meet on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Sarah Koopmans and Ryley McRae finished the 200-metre individual medley in under four minutes. Both swimmers have qualified to compete at regional all-level meets.
Koopmans won three gold medals in Salmon Arm, placing first in the 400-metre freestyle, 200-metre backstroke and 100-metre fly. She won bronze in the 200-metre breaststroke and individual medley races.
McRae swam to four first-place finishes, winning gold in the 200-metre individual medley and backstroke, the 100-metre fly and 400-metre freestyle. He also won silver in the 200-metre breaststroke.
Macy MacDonald won a bronze medal in the 50-metre breaststroke in the nine-and-under division.
In the 10-and-underboys’ division, Cohen Freeze placed first in the 50-metre freestyle, 50-metre fly, 50-metre backstroke and 100-metre individual medley events.
Gursevak Uppal had one second-place finish, in the 50-metre breaststroke, and two third-place finishes, in the 50-metre freestyle and 50-metre backstroke races. He was competing in the eight-and-under boys’ division.