Medals for swimmers

Central Otago Mirror - - NEWS -

Cen­tral Otago and Queen­stown-Lakes swimmers per­formed well at the New Zealand Short Course Cham­pi­onships in Auck­land last week. Camp­bell Pear­son, from Alexan­dra, won sil­ver in the 50m back­stroke and bronze in the 100m back­stroke (boys aged 15) and Queen­stown’s Pa­trick Har­ris won sil­ver in the 200m back­stroke and bronze in the 50m back­stroke (boys aged 15). So­phie Fair­bairn, Wanaka, won sil­ver in the 50m breast­stroke (girls aged 13 and 14), while Hamish McLean, also Wanaka, won sil­ver medals in the AWD 50m breast­stroke and the AWD 50m back­stroke, with bronze medals in the AWD 50m but­ter­fly and the AWD 200, freestyle events.

South­ern Lakes mul­ti­sport

The South­ern Lakes mul­ti­sport club held its Butcher’s Pt mul­ti­sport and duathlon event on Satur­day. Shaun Port­e­gys, Alexan­dra, won the men’s com­pe­ti­tion, with Chris Booth, Alexan­dra, sec­ond and Bill God­sall, Cromwell, third. Kath Kelly, Roxburgh, won the women’s event, ahead of Jac Man­son, Alexan­dra, and Jes­sica Faulkner, Wanaka. James Barnes,Al­bert Town, won the men’s duathlon ahead of An­drew McArthur, Cromwell, while Lana Deaker, Cromwell, won the women’s duathlon.

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