Kamloops Classics' swimmers earn virtual meet medal haul

The Kamloops Classic Swimming club fared well at the B.C. Okanagan/Interior Winter Divisional Swimming Championships, a virtual event that wrapped up earlier this month.

Parker Cameron, 15, earned eight first-place finishes and one bronze medal in the 15- to 17-year-old division; Shale Maurice, 12, won four gold medals and two silver medals in the 11- and 12-year-old age group; and Julian Cinel, 11, earned six medals — two gold, two silver and two bronze — in the 11- and 12-year-old division.

article continues below

Haolin Li, Ryder Crichton, Aria Chase, Kate McCullagh, Trevor Laupland and Michael Dagasso were also among the Classics’ gold-medal winners.

The meet featured 202 swimmers from 12 clubs.

Sixteen of 19 Classics swimmers earned top-three finishes. Club members combined to win 59 medals — 22 gold, 20 silver and 17 bronze.

© Kamloops This Week



Question of the Week POLL

Housing prices are soaring. If you were looking to buy, what price range could you afford?

or  view results

Popular Kamloops This Week

Events Calendar

Help Us Help Kamloops. Support Local Media.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Kamloops This Week is now soliciting donations from readers. This program is designed to support our local journalism in a time where our advertisers are unable to due to their own economic constraints. Kamloops This Week has always been a free product and will continue to be free. This is a means for those who can afford to support local media to help ensure those who can’t afford to can get access to trusted local information. You can make a one-time or a monthly donation of any amount and cancel at any time .

NEW: For every donation of $25 or greater, we will offer a digital advertising package to the local non-profit group of your choice.

Click on https://support.kamloopsthisweek.com for more information or to make your donation.

Thank you in advance for your support.