Kokanee clock PBs

A trio of Vernon Kokanee Swim Club jamboree swimmers achieved their four-minute 200-metre IM times at meet in Salmon Arm.

A trio of Vernon Kokanee Swim Club jamboree swimmers achieved their four-minute 200-metre IM times at meet in Salmon Arm.

Indigo Freeman (three minutes, 46.14 seconds), Abbey Bartel (3:54.46) and Savanna Hedstrom (3:59.43) all cracked the four-minute barrier.

Eight other Kokanee clocked 100 per cent personal best times, including Bartel, Freeman, Landon Hampshire, Chris Lemay, Morgan Mardiros, Soleil Pitcher, Madeline Roemer and Alexandra Shortt.

There were also nine Kokanee competing in their first-ever meet – Torin Andrews, Zac Benn, Erin Brown, Becky Herrick, Morgan Johnson, Jenika King, Andrew McWhinney, Quinn Pitcher and Matthew Winn.

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