Truckee-Tahoe swimmers compete in league champs
Last weekend, 50 swimmers from the Truckee-Tahoe Swim Team competed in the Nevada-Cal League Swimming Championships in Reno. This was the final meet of the season for most of these swimmers.
Several TTST swimmers were awarded High Point trophies at the Championships in Reno.
Lauren Browning, 15, Daniel Gelso, 8, and Joaquin Goodpaster, 13, each won 1st place High Point. Wesley Ajari, 15, was 2nd place overall in his age group. Brett Cornell, 14, and Kara LaPoint, 13, each earned a 3rd place trophy.
Several swimmers swam new team records, Championship meet records, Sierra Nevada Reportable Times (SNRT), Q’s, AA’s, and A times.
– Wesley Ajari swam six new team records, two Championship meet records, one new Q and one new AA.
– Lauren Browning swam five new team records, four Championship meet records, one new SNRT and one new Q.
– Lindsay Collin swam two new AA times.
– Sean Collin, swam two new A times.
– Brett Cornell swam three new team records, a Championship meet record, one new Q and two new AA times.
– Daniel Gelso swam five new team records, two Championship meet records, and two new 10 and under A times.
– Matthew Gelso swam one Championship meet records, three new AA and one new A time.
– Joaquin Goodpaster swam three new team records, 12 Championship meet records, two new Q and one new AA.
– Kara LaPoint swam one new Championship meet record and one new AA.
– Mariel Lecuyer swam one new A.
– Maisha Goodpaster swam one new A. Rachel Holm swam one new A.
Brett Cornell will be joining Leslie Ajari at the Far Western Long Course Swimming Championships in San Jose this weekend. Lauren Browning will be joining Leslie Ajari and Jessica McGovern at the Western Zones Long Course Swimming Championships in Clovis, Calif., August 15-19.
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