Swimmers impress at Div 2
Pukekohe Swimming Club some outstanding results,’’ coach rankings. Those swimmers were athletes shone at the recent New Jim Ruiterman said. Georgia Wilson, Amelia de Zealand Division 2 swimming ‘‘As a team they broke their Lautour, Sarah Dodd, Molly Kaio competition in Rotorua. personal best times in 72 per cent and Maia Clare, who achieved the
A team of 12 talented of their swims. Swimmers with feat five separate times. swimmers qualified for the com100 per cent personal best times The team made nine finals petition, for swimmers aged were Amelia de Lautour, Millie with Maia Clare winning gold in between 12 and 18 years. Norman, Georgia Wilson, Molly the 200m medley and silver in the
‘‘The Pukekohe team was very Kaio, Charlotte Hyland-Mills and 100m medley. Millie Norman won young and inexperienced with Sarah Dodd. silver medal in the 200m only one swimmer older than 13. Swimmers are ranked accordbreaststroke and bronze medal in For all the swimmers this was ing to their qualifying times for the 50m breaststroke. Other their first major swimming meet this meet. On nine occasions finalists were Olivia Nichol and staying together as a team and Pukekohe swimmers climbed the girls 4 x 100m medley relay they responded beautifully with more than 25 positions on these team.
Pukekohe Swimming Club members impressed in the recent national Division 2 competition.