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Kamloops Classics' swimmers make waves at UBC Odlum Brown Colleges Cup

Seven Kamloops Classic Swimming athletes were in action at the UBC Odlum Brown Colleges Cup, which was held earlier this month in Vancouver.
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Jake Gysel is one of seven Kamloops Classic Swimming athletes who competed at the UBC Odlum Brown Colleges Cup, which was held earlier this month in Vancouver.

Seven Kamloops Classic Swimming athletes were in action at the UBC Odlum Brown Colleges Cup, which was held earlier this month in Vancouver.

Julie Moore, Sienna Angove, Parker Cameron, Sela Wist, Max Angove, Jack Cameron and Jake Gysel cracked Team West, which included 20 of the top male and female high school swimmers in Western Canada.

Moore anchored the 4x50m freestyle relay team that earned a silver medal. She also placed seventh in the 50m freestyle to qualify for the Western Canadian Swimming Championships in April.

Sienna Angove established four Classics’ records and earned four top-10 finishes, including fifth-place results in the 200m and 400m freestyle events.

Parker Cameron touched the wall in seventh place in the 200m backstroke, Wist placed fifth in the 50m backstroke, Max Angove finished 10th in the 200m backstroke B final, Jack Cameron was ninth in both the 100m freestyle and 50m fly B finals and Jake Gysel earned a second-place result in the 200m backstroke B final.

Team West placed third among 11 teams.