Roadrunners qualify for swim provincials

The high school swim team posted solid results at the Oct. 25 regional meet

All Mission secondary swim team members have qualified in individual and/or relay events for the upcoming provincial championships.

The Roadrunners posted strong results from the recent Fraser Valley Regional Meet, held Oct. 25.

Following are results from the meet:

• Madeline Fedora, Amanda Fuller, Aiden Barratt and Samantha Janes qualified third for provincials in the 200 m medley relay

• Fedora also placed first in the 100m IM, breaking the record by more than three seconds with a time of 1.12.88. She also broke the Fraser Valley record in the 50 m backstroke with a time of 33.33, earning her first place. Additionally, Fedora will compete in the 50 m breastroke after placing second.

• Janes swam a best time in 100 m free to qualify sixth for provincials, and qualified sixth in 50 m back, and made 10th in 50 m breast.

• Barratt qualified 11th and is a provincials alternate in 100 m free.

• Fuller placed sixth in 50 m breast, 12th in 50 m free, and 11th in 100 m IM.

The provincials will be held in Richmond, Nov. 16-17 at Watermania.

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