Incline swimming | Baldwin races 100, 200 free at state
May 22, 2013
Incline swimmer Jimmy Baldwin represented the Highlanders well at the Division I-A state championship meet in Carson City this past weekend.
Baldwin, who was the only Incline swimmer to make the state cut at regionals the week prior, qualified in two events, the 100- and 200-yard freestyle races.
He raced to a seventh-place finish in the 200 free, in a time of 1:57.24, and placed eighth in the 100 free, in 53.19.
Boulder City, the top Southern seed, won both the boys and girls team titles. Truckee's boys and girls both finished runner-up.
Recommended Stories For You
Trending In: Sports
- Boreal Mountain Resort aims to ‘play forever’ with environmental initiative
- Tahoe Trail Running Series nearing conclusion
- Truckee boys and girls’ soccer undefeated in league play
- North Tahoe football falls 36-0 to West Wendover on homecoming
- Wolverines football honors former coach with 39-8 win against Lowry
- First snow of 2017-18 season falls in Squaw Valley, Truckee on Thursday, Sept. 21 (Video)
- One person killed in 16-vehicle crash Thursday on I-80
- Nevada County prosecutor: child sex suspect caught at airport
- Lack of inventory continues to drive higher price of homes in Nevada County
- The legacy of Lora Knight