Can­nons achieve great lap times at swim­ming event in Mi­rani

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

SWIM­MING

THE Cannonvale Can­nons were well rep­re­sented at the Mi­rani Meet last weekend.

The younger and new mem­bers found this meet an ex­cel­lent op­por­tu­nity to ease into the rac­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

Can­nons swim­mers Piper O’Grady, Kyle Ken­dall, Ai­den Payet and Ivan Van Zyl were sat­is­fied with their achieve­ments in the pool.

Twins Khaila and Henry Dock­ing both shaved over 10 sec­onds off their swim­ming times in the events and new­com­ers to the club all had suc­cess in es­tab­lish­ing solid times.

Mikhaila Flint, Daniel Helly, Jai Stanes, Jy Parkin­son and the Ni­chol­son broth­ers Scott and Mark, all felt a great sense of achieve­ment at their first big meet.

They all came away with the ex­cite­ment of rac­ing and keen to chase their times at the next car­ni­val.

Swim­mers are train­ing hard for the up­com­ing Cannonvale Can­nons Swim­ming Car­ni­val on March 22-23, as well as the School State Cham­pi­onships in Bris­bane from March 24-29.

BIG BREATH: Cannonvale Can­nons swim­mer Ai­den Payet was on form while com­pet­ing at the Mi­rani Meet.

IN AC­TION: Cannonvale Can­nons swim­mer Mikhaila Flint com­pet­ing at her first swim meet on the weekend.

HEAD FIRST: Jai Stanes com­peted in his first swim meet in the 7-years and un­der di­vi­sion on the weekend.

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