Mission Marlins earn 10 medals

A number of strong competitors represented Mission at the provincial championships

The Mission Marlins performed strongly at last weekend’s provincials

The Mission Marlins performed strongly at last weekend’s provincials

Fourteen members of the Mission Marlins Swim Club competed at the provincial Championships this past weekend in Nanaimo, bringing home 10 medals.

Provincial medalists include Abram Wiebe, division 1, silver medal in the regional relay team;  Haley Klenk, division 2, bronze medal 50m freestyle and bronze medal 50m backstroke; Christina Diewold, division 5, gold medal 50m freestyle, gold medal in division 6 medley relay and silver medal in division 5 regional relay; Sophie Bryant, division 5, gold medal in division 6 medley relay; Kristiana Kamagianis, division 5, gold medal in division 6 medley relay, and; Jennifer Klimmer, division 6, gold medal in division 6 medley relay and silver medal in division 6 regional relay.

The Marlins who represented Mission at the provincials were Stephanie Curr, Christina Diewold, Sophie Bryant, Thora Eyjolfson, Elena Huyghe, Julia James, Kristiana Kamagianis, Kyle Klenk, Haley Klenk, Brooke Kienas, Jennifer Klimmer, Alora Roberts, Abram Wiebe accompanied by head coach Shannon Key and assistant coach Katerina Kamagianis.

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