Bryant, Fedora climb podium

Mission Secondary School swimmers place well at B.C. high school championships

Madeline Fedora (left) and Sophie Bryant both won medals at the recent B.C. high school swimming championships in Richmond.

The Mission Secondary swim team produced a series of stellar results at the B.C. high school championships at Richmond’s Watermania Aquatic Centre, highlighted by a pair of podium finishes.

Sophie Bryant won a silver medal in the breaststroke, and was part of a sixth-place finish in the B final of the 200-metre free relay with Sam Janes, Amanda Fuller and Aidan Barratt.

Team captain and assistant coach Madeline Fedora, who founded the MSS swim team and has seen its membership grow to 12 athletes, qualified for the finals in all four of her events, winning a bronze medal in the 100 individual medley. She also notched a fourth-place finish in the B final of the 200 medley relay with Janes, Fuller and Barratt.

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