Kamloops Tsunami earn hardware at Golden swim meet

Kamloops Tsunami Swim Club members were in action on the weekend at the Golden Invitational Swim Meet, recording 74 top-five finishes in individual events.

Jack Savage established a meet record in the 100-metre freestyle, besting a mark set in 2004.

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Finishing among the top three overall in their respective divisions were Kayleigh Roberts and Gwenna Faupel, who claimed gold, Cooper Heide, who earned silver, and Jared Roberts, Jakob Faupel and Jodi Roberts, who snared bronze.

Five personal-best times were recorded by Grace Cassidy and four-personal marks were set by Anthony Faupel and Cooper Heide.

Jakob Faupel and Emerson Faupel each earned three personal-best times.

Kayleigh Roberts, Caiden Blackall, Victoria Karpuk, Michael Karpuk, Alexandra Karpuk, Jack Savage and Jodi Roberts each recorded two personal best-times.

Liam Blackall, Gwenna Faupel and Garrett Worsfold each posted one personal-best time.

In relay action, the girls’ open category team of Grace Cassidy, Gwenna Faupel, Victoria Karpuk and Kayleigh Roberts swam to a first-place finish in the 200m medley relay.

Alexandra Karpuk, Gwenna Faupel, Victoria Karpuk and Kayleigh Roberts clocked in first in the 200m freestyle relay.

The boys’ Division 3 team of Michael Karpuk, Cooper Heide, Jared Roberts and Caiden Blackall earned gold in the 200m medley relay.

Jakob Faupel, Michael Karpuk, Jared Roberts and Caiden Blackall finished first in the 200m freestyle relay in boys’ Division 4 action.

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